Folding boats, survival kits, and hurricane drones--check out six weather-related Co.Design stories, plus info on what you can do to help victims of Sandy.
Swedish design studio Front knit together tubular steel and bent wood in a gentle tribute to a giant of furniture design.
Using a Kinect sensor to motion-capture a swath of gently choppy water, an artist creates a somewhat disorienting installation. Hope you’re not seasick.
A 28-year-old Greek designer is reinventing the print, thanks to a digital printer, photoshop, and an eye for the gaudy status symbols of her given profession.
The maker of protective Apple gear branches out into the travel category, with a sleek collection of carry-on baggage.
Ingrid Siliakus cuts dense, multilayered sculptures from single sheets of paper.
Andy Denzler’s glitch art turns old home footage into hybrid works of realism and abstract expressionism.
Evan Roth’s modified cans spin pinwheels, play harmonicas, and more.
The creepiest creep of all this Halloween may just be the Feature Creep, the evil purveyor of unnecessary and confusing features on electronic hardware and software, rendering users with dreaded feature exhaustion.
An interactive chart visualizes party affiliations, congressional and presidential elections, and more, sorted state-by-state, year-by-year, since 1856. Prepare to lose an afternoon.
To launch its latest OS, Microsoft hired more design and marketing talent than most companies could fathom. We spoke with Wolff Olins, coordinators of the rebranding, about the overarching strategy.