Nike’s Tinker Hatfield not only designed the original shoe concept for the film, he made it a reality 23 years later. Also: here’s why the MAG doesn’t have power laces.
I’m terrible at card games. I’m even worse at identifying typefaces. (As a design writer I probably shouldn’t admit that, but oh well!) Now, thanks to Adam Bauer I can brush up on both.
Attach it to your mirror with a suction cup. Then when your mirror steams up, you just rotate the wiper by hand and the steam gets whisked away.
In the wake of Irene, we revisit a proposal by Architecture Research Office to guard lower Manhattan against flood damage using so-called "soft" infrastructure--marshland, green roofs, and more.
“We chose to work with the idea of a possibly not-so-distant future in which rainwater would need to be filtered before drinking and how that could be done for a hiker or nomad,” Joshua Noble tells Co.Design.
We still haven’t found a winning solution for making our headphones behave while keeping them close to where we actually use them. Enter the Sinch.
Data-visualization wiz Moritz Stefaner reveals the remarkable interconnectedness of international research institutions.
A fascinating infographic from the website Quirky maps the American states where inventions are flying thick and heavy.