Paris will host the 2024 Olympic Games, and they've just released a stylish and unusually feminine logo for the big summer event.
This visually delightful series by photographer Gregg Segal is the result of three years of travel through the USA, India, Malaysia, Germany, France, Italy, Senegal, the United Arab Emirates, and Brazil.
The ancient French town of Bozouls is perched on the edge of a 300-foot hole.
A beautiful and ambitious building in Angers, France is entirely encompassed by trees and plants, with a sophisticated eco-friendly design.
Clever and collectible packaging design for Veuve Cliquot Champagne is modeled after vintage travel signage.
Christophe Guinet's Human Nature exhibitions feature trees that have been sculpted to become humanlike-forms, in gestures of peace and kindness.
Artist Okuda San Miguel took his paintbrush and went crazy on the castle Château De La Valette.
Florent Hauchard's stunning Climate Initiative poster.
A new and completely original design for a high-rise in Montpellier, France. The 17-story building, known as The White Tree, has balconies and decks sprouting out of it like branches. Via Gizmodo:
Flags of the world are fascinating. The history, the design, the colors, the associations. But rarely do flags tell more of a national story than these food-infographic-flag pieces. Created by ad agency WHYBIN\TBWA for the Sydney International Food Festival, they are wonderful and informative …
9,000 human silhouettes were scraped into the sand to signify the horrible casualties of the D-Day beach landing. A stunning and fleeting sand sculpture, which was quickly washed away by the tide. Via Colossal:
A compilation of ten stunning new museums from around the world. Time to break out the passport. Via Architizer: Jeongok Prehistory Museum Project Designed by: X-TU Jeongok, Republic of Korea, 2010 || More information on the Architizer database! Karuizawa Museum Complex Designed by: Yasui Hideo Atelier Nagano, …
Some super clever advertising from IBM. Practical billboards! Via TheCoolHunter: Ogilvy & Mather France took the flat billboard and made simple bends to change it from advertising into tools or appliances for everyday use.