The legendary artist will reveal his latest portraits, created with watercolors on a printer, this week.
A career survey in St. Louis celebrates the sculptor B. Wurtz, whose work is built from the "invisible" objects of everyday life.
Forget touchscreens and vibrating phones; we’re beginning to see the real potential of haptic interfaces.
“Now atheists have soles, too!”
A search giant’s data-crunching infrastructure, or world’s most awesome playground?
Amore’s identity work for a green summit in New York takes a fresh approach to a big idea.
The Penjet swaps the ink cartridge for a felt-tip pen, uncovering the mechanical artistry behind every print job.
Circa breaks down stories into bite-sized chunks designed specifically for a mobile screen.
The Aeron chair, the Swiffer, and the Reebok Pump--none of these breakthrough products would have gotten high marks from a focus group. Here, Continuum’s Gianfranco Zaccai lists four steps to take before introducing a design to the masses.
AOL Alto, a new web-based email client, is filled with grand ideas, including a Pinterest-like system for organizing your inbox.