Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My! A new exhibition at NYC’s Morgan Library and Museum stuns with animal depictions through the ages.
Android is sloppy because Google licenses the software for anyone to use. But opening Project Glass’s hardware to every fashion designer in the world could have a very different result.
The Innovation By Design Awards are out! Are you entering?
The web cleverly doubles as hammock-style seating at a student architecture exhibition.
In the online world, we don’t get the chance to protest our virtual surroundings. Until now.
Brooklyn-based Breakfast Kickstarts a location-based device that connects wirelessly to your phone and automatically spits out your digital snapshots.
Taking a patronizing approach to investing in Africa undermines the continent’s people and entrepreneurial promise, argue Jens Martin Skibsted and Rasmus Bech Hansen.
Ever wonder what Times Square or Grand Central would look like without the swirling masses? Read on.
An exhibition shows the potential of making more from flour than just baked goods.
“Wouldn’t it be great if Picasso or Salvador Dali knew how to create a Light Canvas?”
The store, by Kengo Kuma, is evidence that the coffee giant is becoming more aware of cultural differences.
One designer’s fury at Pringles blossoms a brilliant idea in snacking.