A German volcano enthusiast shot these images of lightning bolts blasting out of a Japanese volcano.
PowerPoint, a solo show of German artist Michael Riedel, takes the 23-year-old program as a jumping off point.
Now accepting entries. All finalists will appear in our October 2013 design issue.
Where and how we sit has a lot to do with our psychological state of mind when interacting with other people. Here, Continuum’s Mike Arney and Craig LaRosa delve into the nuances of seating.
So many foundational findings in cognition are based on Western subjects. The biases that induces might be larger than anyone realizes.
Or, how all instruments will look following the singularity.
To gain widespread popularity, wearables have to be more than just functional and innovative. People have to want to wear them.
Studio Weave took 10 stories of near-unusable space and transformed it into a magical music maker.
After four iterations and four years of testing in developing countries, Soccket is set to arrive in retail markets.
Curing childhood obesity isn’t about forcing kids onto a treadmill. Encouraging constant movement throughout the day could help just as much.
More mesmerizing work from one of Tumblr’s most beloved artists.
The camera’s designer has entered into a contract with Polaroid to develop the concept.