Why is the loss of one CEO the cause for universal mourning? Because he symbolized the kind of capitalism that generates the fun that comes with creating the new.
Peeping Tom, a miniature city block for the Gwanju Design Biennale, is populated with Super Maids, 2-D Lovers, and Wild Goose Daddies. Wild Goose, what? Read on.
If there’s one accessory that looks horribly out of a place in a minimalist home, it’s a fish tank decked out with plastic accessories. Which is kind of a shame, since a fish is one of the few pets that won’t wreck the Mies van der Rohe daybed.
The first commercially available cell phone, released in 1983, weighed nearly two pounds, cost $3,995, and had a battery that lasted about as long an episode of Benson. Fast-forward more than 25 years to the iPhone 4, with its 1 GHz processor, 5-megapixel camera and HD video, 512 megabytes of memory.
The German artist creates a lively leitmotif for 25hours Hotel, a circus-themed hotel in the Austrian capital, with paint and cardboard.
This cleverly designed iPhone app will tickle Lego fans from eight to 80.
Art Spiegelman wrote a book about his process to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Maus, his classic comics memoir about the Holocaust.