In a new book from Laurence King, Steven Heller and Véronique Vienne chronicle when the use of floating heads and pointing fingers came into vogue.
Okolo’s "Light Sculptures" displays Czech fixtures from the 1950s to the 1990s.
A promising software startup asks: If gesture-based interfaces like the Xbox Kinect are the future, why are we still using them like mice?
As the central district begins a seven-year redevelopment, design firm SomeOne aims to extend its appeal.
Panther portraits? Smoking babies? Smells but sells.
Design student Massoud Hassani called on memories of childhood to design Mine Kafon, a cheaper, safer way to diffuse minefields.
For their new video installation, Ursula Damm and Martin Schneider created a computer model that took a clip of commuters and generated a bleary thing of beauty.
“There is no subject to this work other than the people who participate in and on it,” says Antony Gormley, the British artist behind Horizon Field Hamburg.
Swimming pools. Nuclear cooling towers. Football fields. They’re all fodder for artist Jenny Odell’s ingeniously dense compositions.
A management shakeup at the tech giant may usher in a new era of more unified devices for Apple.