Tumblr’s about to grow its design staff to two. How can the company be design-centric, when so few designers work there?
For Copenhagen Design Week,the Danish Design Museum rolled out its version of a red carpet, which blanketed the cobblestone entrance with a Technicolor mirror image of the museum’s own façade.
By adding a few curves and stylish industrial touches, the Prague-based architects manage to create a sense of intimacy and flow in a sprawling space.
If you only judged by the alarmist headlines, you’d think American education was on the brink of a nuclear holocaust. But this infographic offers a more nuanced look.
Douglas Smith’s Scenes from Surrendered Homes tries to put a human face on the housing crisis by photographing the empty homes in his own backyard.
First the Talking Heads. Now, an art installation at New York’s sexiest park. World domination? Check.
The Infinite Adventure Machine, by London designer David Benqué, can produce countless fairy-tale plots. But there’s a twist.
Remember those ads where a vacuum cleaner picks up a series of ridiculously oversized items to demonstrate its supposed strength: peanuts… bolts… golf balls?
Leave it to Oxo, the design-minded kitchen-tool manufacturer behind Good Grips, to lure you back to fluffing eggs and whipping cream the old-fashioned way.