This simple photo filter transforms your photos into insta-art. (Squint and you can kinda see the originals.)
If anyone taught us the importance of numbers, it was Apple.
Now even modernists can warm their hands by a fire.
Scientists have long relied on artists and designers to visualize complex ideas. It’s a big part of how they explain to the general public the seemingly inexplicable stuff they do all day.
Marketers go gaga for Jeremy Lin’s “universal appeal,” we go gaga for an interactive grizzly bear, and Ross Moody tells graphic design-themed yo momma jokes that, miraculously, don’t totally suck. It’s Co.Design’s top stories of the week.
Remarkably well spent.
If Corning has their way, pretty much every surface will one day be made of glass.
Whether you like it or not, you have a digital aura that follows you everywhere you go. But it’s easy not to think about, because you usually can’t see it.
Tobias Leingruber put up a website offering Facebook ID cards--and in no time flat, was shut down by Facebook’s lawyers.