Jonathan Trappe lifted a house 20,0000 feet over Leon, Mexico with a bunch of helium balloons. It's basically a live-action remake from the heartfelt Pixar movie, Up.
What you see above is a human body. A naked human body, in fact. Japanese photographer Shinichi Maruyama, who has taken some curiously gorgeous shots of nothing but water, didn't use fancy tricks to get the effect you see here, but rather created a composite out of thousands of images to convey a form in motion.
A Kickstarter that offers 30 games from noted indie creators for $15 is nothing to sneeze at, but that's not even the product that's being promoted. There's actually no product at all: this Kickstarter is pushing for the creation of a dedicated game space in Los Angeles. That begs the question, what is a game space?
Product Designer Massoud Hassani has devised an ingenious mine clearing solution. His Mine Kafon, which was a graduate project, is set to be featured at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City as a cheap and even beautiful...
There are a lot of new building projects in China right now, but this one might get extra attention since it resembles a portal.
Synesthesia is a condition some people have where their senses tend to influence each other. For example: the way food feels or looks can have an affect on the way it tastes. Designer Jinhyun Jeon wanted to see if there was a way to stimulate that process, so she developed this exploratory set of bizarre-looking cutlery.
Chinese architecture firm MAD, which we've seen some truly crazy designs from, has announced plans for a series of buildings nestled in the Huangshan Mountains of eastern China. MAD used the surrounding natural beauty as inspiration for their building design, so they have a very organic appeal that fits in nicely with the terrain.
Areaware has something fresh on its hands with Finn Magee's Flat Life Light and Flat Life Clock. Both the lamp and clock work as you would expect them to, despite their almost totally flat profile. We spoke with the designer of the striking pieces to see what inspired the series.
Well, here's a difficult-looking trick we rarely see done with Lego: making an elaborate structure of blocks blossom up from a flat board like a pop-up book.
Instagram is a hit for folks who want to give their pictures a funky retro look, but you're still stuck with looking at them on the digital screen of your computer or tablet. This tiny projector moves the viewing end of the experience back into the 1970s by turning your pictures into tiny little slides that you project on a wall.