Klaus Pichler was walking home late one night when he noticed a light on in the basement of Vienna’s Natural History Museum. What he saw inside inspired a project called Skeletons in the Closet.
Experts agree, even if a concussion-proof helmet were possible, such a solution would bring new injuries of its own--to the sport and its players.
Plugg acts exactly as you’d expect it to: Take the cork out to unleash the sound.
After years of groundwork, the art group Squidsoup has finally created an experience on the scale they envisioned from the start.
An L.A. artist attempts to capture the passage of time within a single video frame--no drugs needed.
Can a Tesla coil be appreciated with the scrutiny of fine art? Alexandre Burton attempts to find out.
With the help of open-source code, Adam Ferriss re-sorts pixels from random images into sublime new compositions.
A visualization called Tweetping shows us what the world is tweeting--not that we can possibly begin to process it.
This mega graphic attempts to tackle the relationship between UX and all other aspects of design.