Iris Van Herpen's Fall/Winter 2011-12 collection combines traditional hand-sewing techniques and rapid-prototyping to stunning effect.
Eat your heart out, Burning Man! This thing is partly recycled, and would be totally amazing to climb after a dose of mushrooms.
Canada-based String Theory designs chic fall accessories for stylish math geeks everywhere.
In-house designer Cardon Philip Webb creates six covers that fit together to form a cutaway view of the human head.
Austrian architects Coop Himmelb(l)au have just completed a gorgeous new church in Hainburg, Austria that they say adheres to Luther's theological principles.
The Bilbao-based firm, in a proposal for nearby San Sebastián, devises a subway entrance that appears to be lifted from the surrounding pavement.
Plastic is usually so hard to replace because it performs so well. Which makes a new cardboard bottle by Ecologic Brands a little bit of a miracle.
IBM's Lee Green provides a road map for generating disruptive technologies, objects, and experiences.
An astonishing animated chart that summarizes the shift between LPs, cassettes, CDs, and MP3s.