1. At the age of 15, Joji Kojima taught himself how to make accessories. In 2010, while in college, he established his own eponymous brand and has published his works in first-class select shops in Tokyo. Now, he is breaking all the rules and redefining accessories with a sculptural and provocative point of view.
2. By using programmed light and two surreptitiously placed pistions to create a purely visual experience, Art student Yasutoki Kariya re-imagined the classic desktop toy. We want one!
3. The incredible modern art collection at Le Chateau de Versailles juxtaposes the old and new, creating imagery that evokes memory through history and emotion.
4. Constructed from small rings of steel placed sporadically over wooden furniture, Tuomas Markunpoika Tolvanen's Engineering Temporality simultaneously represents and contradicts the fragility of the human race at the hands of Alzheimer's. The installation's material of choice pertains to the idea of permanence and strength, whilst the hazy effect of the post flame-exposed carcus creates the sense of fading memories and collapsing familiarity.
6. Swiss ECAL University student Mathieu River's project Light Form is a sculputre that explores different forms of representation and interactions using a solid uneven display. Composed of heat welded semi-transparent plastic, the sculpture creates a sensory interaction with viewers.
7. In the small town of Santpedor, Spain, David Closes Architects have taken the 18th century Sant Francesc Convent Church and transformed it into a multifunctional cultural facility, mixing new materials with the original in order to preserve the historical heritage of the church.
8. New York-based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz reflects the struggles of many workers with his Drowning in Debt salt and pepper shakers. Is that David Copperfield hiding in there?
9. Korean artist Koo Jeong-A designed a glow in the dark skatepark in Vassiviere, France. Entitled OTRO, the park is funded almost entirely by government and university grant programs. Glow baby, glow!
10. Tokyo based design studio YOY is composed of space designer Naoki Ono and product designer Yuuki Yamamoto. Their aim is to create new stories between space and products. These place mats, for instance, are cleverly disguised as scribbles and add some playfulness to your home.
11. German artist Enrico Nagel combines fashion and nature in his Secret Garden Series. By replacing the models faces with sprouting flowers, he transfoms them into abstract figures, leaving their clothing as the only indication of the original editorial.
12. Zero Gravity makes different cases for different faces. Which one suits you?
13. Located in Mangong, Penghu County in Taiwan, the Xiying Rainbow Bridge acts as a pedestrian walkway as well as a piece of art. The bridge is lined with a thin neon band that reflects a rainbow onto the water's surface at night. Functionality never looked so good.