The new book "Designing for Social Change" is an inspiring collection of projects that prove graphic design isn’t all corporate logos and glossy page layouts.
A MoMA exhibit highlights the surprising health of zine culture.
Using local resources, Australia’s Paul Morgan Architects builds a stunning cabin that sits lightly on the land.
Cities have intense problems associated with them. But those same problems make them into engines of innovation.
This is the remix of cake mix.
We take a peek at the last leg of the High Line, and Cale Thompson offers advice on how to stay off customers’ sh*t list. It’s Co.Design’s top 10 stories of the week.
Wind patterns made visible, thanks to a dead-simple idea.
This award-winning visualization analyzes 240 million light years of space to peel back the layers of invisible webbing holding our universe together.
Tito Mouraz captures the strange beauty of industrial ravages.
May the force (and fabulousness) be with you.