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Meet Nosellots: The Nerdiest Monsters You’ll Ever Meet!

Brainy, fashionable, charming and sporting an unquenchable thirst for knowledge, the Nosellots are as intelligent as they are cute. If you love textbooks, thick glasses and argyle, you’ll definitely want to adopt a Nosellot!

What Colors Will Dominate Design In 2088? Show DesignVision & Win Trip To NYC!

The DesignVision 2088 Competition challenges designers to imagine the most popular color palette 75 years from now. While I’m assuming that it’ll all be tangerine and teal polka dots everywhere you look in the future, but feel free to use your imagination!

Take Out Life’s Frustrations On With Dammit Dolls!

These fabric fiends are always on hand when things go off the rails, just try not to beat the stuffing out of them the first time your rage takes over!

New Greyp G-12 Bike Makes Urban Electric Travel A Bunch Better

The innovative and attractive Greyp G-12 Bike from Rimac is no ordinary bicycle, electric bike or motorcycle – and depending on how and where you use it, it can be all three. In a nutshell, it's “A bicycle when you want it, a motorcycle when you need it,” which just happens to be the Greyp G-12's official slogan.

Assemble A Dinosaur With D-Torso Cardboard Model Sets!

Ever since they created a precise and puzzle-like cardboard mannequin in 1998, Japanese model making studio d-torso has continued to impress art and design fans around the world with their ever-expanding series of intricate cardboard replicas.

Burn the 'Burbs: The Installation Art of Ian Strange

The suburbs hold a certain amount of nostalgia for many people, but Australian artist Ian Strange has a bizarre relationship with that icon of the middle class - he likes to burn them down. His body of work juxtaposes large-scale installation art, video footage, symbolism, and towering infernos as a means of breaking down the constructions of society, in more ways than one.

2013 James Dyson Award Update: America Vs. The World!

The judges of the 2013 James Dyson Award have selected the best inventions from each of the 18 nations participating in the competition, and although I’m pulling for team USA, they’ve got some serious competition for the grand prize!

Add A Bit Of Deep Space Charm To Your PC With The Astronaut USB Light

Are you looking to add a bit of the universe to your PC? The Astronaut USB Light might be just what the doctor ordered. It's small, it's practical, and it's...well, it's actually really, really cool.

Turn Your Home Into Aperture Science With Cool Portal Stuff!

Although you won’t find any big red buttons, repulsion gel or cake on this list, any fan of Valve’s videogame series will certainly enjoy thinking and living with Portals!

LittleBits Brings Modular Design To Electronics Innovation

Inventor Ayah Bdeir thinks she might just have a lock on a reliable, unique way to foster electronics innovation in the average consumer: modular design. To that end, Bdeir has invented littleBits - circuit-board building blocks that quite literally make electronic design a snap.

Pot Stinkers: The Top 10 Weird & Bizarre Japanese Toilet Brushes

A filthy toilet bowl is disgusting and dishonorable anywhere in the world but Japan seems to take the issue extra-seriously, if the country's plethora of overly cute, overtly complex and over-engineered toilet brushes is any indication. These 10 weird & bizarre Japanese toilet brushes bristle with innovations designed to turn every bathroom in the nation into a cause for water-closet celebration.

Pull Out Your Pocket Protector For Seductively Sexy Pen Art

Juan Francisco Casas is an artist that creates life-like works of art by using just a blue Bic pen.

Chara-Covers Mutate iPhones Into Superheroes!

The first wave of Chara-Covers instantly show everyone which popular heroes and villains from Marvel and DC comics are your all-time favorites. Go, Team Venom!

Design Stellar Seafood Dining Set & Win €10,000 Via ArtZept 2013 Contest!

If you’re a cutlery or kitchenware designer and a seafood gourmand, then I’ve got the perfect international contest for you!

The New Perspective: Art is Everywhere

Albert Einstein once said, "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle." Turkish artist Sakir Gokcebag tweaks that slightly with his common object art installations, clearly stating that there are two other ways to live your life, as though nothing is art, or as though everything is art. You can probably guess which perspective he holds.

Rolls-Royce Wraith: Rich & Powerful, Just Like Its Owners

One might say the new 2013 Rolls-Royce Wraith is the “sporty” member of the esteemed Rolls-Royce automotive family but to do that would ignore the many superlative technological features of this most enviable ride.

What New Innovations Are Coming Soon In Bathroom Technology

The bathroom renovation of the future will include more than just new technology. New innovations will include more customizable and programmable features than ever. Connected bathrooms will be the norm, as toilets automatically open and shut or clean themselves. Potentially offensive or embarrassing odors and noises will be a thing of the past. Your connected scale and toothbrush might monitor your hygiene habits or send reports straight to your doctor and dentist. Nope, not creepy at all. So take a look at what's coming soon:

Bathroom Renovation: New Innovations In Bathroom Technology Today

What new innovations should you put into your bathroom renovation? What new technology have inventors created to make life in the loo better? Check out some amazing future bathroom technology you can actually own today.

We Are Plastic People: Bizarre Living Sculptures

The next time a trendy hipster next to you says that they are "really into art", ask them if they would like to be inside some art. If so, they might be the perfect model for Marie-Lou Desmeules' fascinating and slightly disturbing Living Sculptures, which take a shot at society and our standards of 'beauty' with their plastic facades of celebrities on top of actual people.

Great Big Stuff: It’s Stuff You Already Own, But Much Bigger!

I’d say that the chances that you’d ever need a tennis ball with a one foot diameter, a five foot tall toothbrush or a gigantic polymer pickle are pretty slim, but hey- Why not, right?