The gadget’s main lure is that it rids you of the embarrassment of a bike helmet, but tests have also shown it to be remarkably effective.
At her 10th show at Andrea Rosen Gallery, Andrea Zittel picks up where she left off with her work from the 90s, investigating how we assign value to the objects we own.
A collection of products from Ivo Vos encourages users to savor the extreme rituals of the morning meal.
Remember the 2011 Kickstarter campaign to build a giant floating pool that was just zany enough to work?
They sure beat alphabet blocks.
In this serene installation, autonomous acoustic guitars mimic the tranquility of the ocean.
Over 100 human hues are represented in the color authority’s new guide.
Because no matter who you’re voting for, it’s clear, this format isn’t working for anyone.
An affordable, high-quality 3-D printer offers another route to the desktop manufacturing revolution.
Internet artist Rafaël Rozendaal’s latest series will get you pumped, without the bald eagles, mountainous landscapes, or doomed frogs choking birds.
Milwaukee PD’s clever new branding initiatives and stunning new site show how good design can be a smart investment, even for government agencies.