What’s the difference between the 1% and the rest of us? Mental health advocate and Houston Rockets rookie Royce White speaks up.
Hiding inside Wikipedia’s geotag data are maps of old wartime allegiances, and invisible interest groups.
This home, by Hiroyuki Shinozaki Architects, has a structure influenced by a complementary pair of capital letters.
Conduct a beatbox orchestra with Incredibox, an app that lets you build repetitive soundscapes.
Why Kenneth Goldsmith, MoMA’s first poet laureate, forces his writing students to plagiarize.
Space Art? No. This is art about earth, as told through space.
Any art exhibit that begins with a warning sign ("some installations contain artificial mist, flashing, or strobe lighting") is destined for success.
What if everything in your living room had a digital shadow?
Barney’s 19th Drawing Restraint was tested out by the legendary Lance Mountain last fall.
After having the idea for seven years, Grace’s Curtis Duffy developed a delicate ice bowl for plating refreshing sashimi creations.
An amazing data visualization digs through the words of your Facebook updates to create a psychological profile, complete with fortune telling.
There’s doodling, and then there’s doodling.