Once you do the math, textbooks don’t seem so crazily expensive after all.
Chiharu Shiota has been called a real-life spiderwoman for spinning black yarn into huge, furious webs. But that doesn’t quite capture the extent of her skill. Shiota makes Peter Parker look like an amateur.
By tweaking a standard 3-D knitting technique, German designers Läufer & Keichel created a chic, four-legged "pantsuit" for a chair.
The U.K. design firm Blacksheep merges the lovable TV chef’s personality with a dose of kitschy but cute British nostalgia.
These orbs aren’t tricks of photography. They’re tricks of the mind.
Rachel Maclean’s video for electro band Errors slams a hallucinogenic stake into the heart of a decades-old interface paradigm.
After decades of wearing the wrong coat, never again, I say!
In revamping the outdated Sealy brand, Ideo wondered, How do customers know that they’re buying the most supportive mattress on the market unless they can actually see the difference?
Google Maps and Yelp are great for searching for things that are close to where you are now. But what about searching other areas?