This is the largest installation of the group’s monumental Tape project to date.
“We’re starting with predetermined modules, building blocks that already fit together, requiring little additional energy, time, or specialization,” Theo Richardson tells Co.Design. “This off-the-shelf approach has been a hallmark of our work.”
The Center for Reproductive Rights releases its annual map of the world’s abortion laws.
Search the web for home wine-making supplies, and you’ll be greeted by so many plastic buckets and airlocks and hoses, you’ll feel like you just stumbled onto a construction site. But it doesn’t have to be that way, as Sabine Marcelis shows.
The Wellcome Collection, in London, bills itself as a “free destination for the incurably curious.” To my mind, that’s one of the few taglines that is both enticing and truthful. But if anything, it undersells itself.
Perfect for incorrigible book freaks!
Buzz-phrases like "the god particle" may irritate researchers, but provide a necessary foothold for the rest of us to get (and stay) interested in pushing science forward.
A viral clip produced by Microsoft is--like almost every video on this subject--amazingly polished. It’s also inane and completely lifeless.