2. As a constant reminder to embrace sustainability and the ever-growing green movement, larger-than-life fish sculptures, constructed out of discarded plastic bottles, now reside on Botafogo Beach in Rio de Janiero.
3. Designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon teamed up with the photographer Jean Paul Goude for Kenzo's Fall 2012 campaign. The result? X-cellent.
5. Beyond The Black Rainbow is a Canadian science fiction film written and directed by Panos Cosmatos. Though it was made in 2010, it opens tonight at The Cinefamily at 611 N. Fairfax Avenue.
6. Backyard treehouses have certainly reached new heights. In Belgium, Antwerp-based writer and visual artist Benjamin Verdonck has constructed a treehouse amongst a senior community, creating a haven that is at once close, but inaccessable.
7. Who says Valentino is only for the ladies? Pier Paolo Piccoli and Maria Grazia Chiuri delivered a sporty, couture-inspired collection in Milan for Valentino's Spring 2013 Menswear Collection.
8. This desk by Korean designer Lee Sanghyeok forces its user to focus on the inner workings of the drawers to get all of them to close at once. Brilliantly frustrating, but we're up for the challenge.
9. In a world where multi-functionality reigns, American designer Scott Amron has created the "rinser brush." Toothpaste smeared mugs and faucet crouching are no more, as this unique toothbrush creates a stream of water that mimics a drinking fountain, making life just that much easier.
10. Whether you're trying to cover your tracks or simply amused by your neighbors' confused and frightened looks, these animal footprint shoes, created by Maskull Lasserre, will surely do more than just keep your feet warm.
11. From memorializing a public swimming pool to a ghostly commentary on nuclear power, Luzinterruptus, an anonymous artistic group, highlights problems within the city of Madrid through their creative, yet temporary, light-based installations.
12. For the first time in its 900 year history, the Louvre, the world's most renowned art institution, hosted the Ferragamo runway show, furthering the long tradition of beauty and sensibility and connecting a passion for creation with the love of art.
13. Yoko Ono's lasting impact on contemporary art will be honored in a 50 year retrospective held at the Serpentine Gallery in London. The exhibit is called "To the Light" and will be running from now until September 9th.