“We called for objects that did not just evoke New York,” explains the New York TImes’ Sam Roberts, “but that also could be used to tell the story of the city.”
The light works. But don’t expect to spot modern bombers flying your way.
Joost van Dongen’s Proun explores one of video gaming’s most fraught and complex questions, without forgetting the fun.
An audacious concept by British design star Ross Lovegrove strips the automobile down to its most basic "Genesis Form."
One designer’s decidedly of-the-moment take on the traditional baby book.
The humble postcard is the subject of a new exhibit at Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts this month, illuminating how the flimsy cardstock took Europe by storm in the 1850s.
Finally, I get the whole Leonardo Dicaprio thing.
With paper records read by a high-speed video camera, the Dyskograf combines digital and analog music-making tools into something entirely unique.
Inspired by sci-fi and 1960s dystopian architecture, CalmSpace wants to legitimize workplace snoozing.
Everyone’s favorite humanoid robot astronaut gets rebuilt as a strength-boosting power suit, for use in orbit and here on Earth.
Noise plays an integral role in the patterns that drive human perception. Make sure your target audience research doesn’t remove it, argues Method’s Paul Valerio.