Lebbeus Woods drew complex worlds that wouldn’t be out of place in Alien.
A new app’s triage-based approach to email management on the phone could change your relationship with your inbox forever--but only if you let it.
You think satellites send the world’s data around? Nah. Most still run by staggeringly long, underwater wires.
Thierry Cohen superimposes the night skies of rural areas on the skylines of Paris and Tokyo.
UC Davis professor Dean Keith Simonton argues that scientific genius as we know it is dead.
Paints? Pixels? To Lauren Pelc-McArthur, they’re both means to the same artistic end.
Landscape architect Mikyoung Kim is gaining a reputation for building hospital gardens--which seems like an oxymoron, until you hear her talk about them.
One Nordic, a Finnish design brand, has introduced a collection united by its smart attention to the real-life logistics of shipping and handling.
“I’m looking for something slightly mysterious,” says Hin Chua, the photographer behind After the Fall.
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With this stackable set, you can quickly see which pieces have done the most damage.
The crack team of storytellers and designers who brought you The Numberlys is asking for backers to fund a new video game based on the Golem folktale.
Fresh Tilled Soil immerses UX design apprentices in real-life design projects, with the express purpose of referring them to clients for future referrals and seed-planting.