Tomás Saraceno returns with a plastic playground whose twists and folds reference heady ideas about gravity and the universe.
Sonic branding expert Joel Beckerman was tasked with designing sounds to signify “safe,” “connected,” and “possibility” on AT&T phones. Here’s how he went about it.
British artist Quayola will turn a live performance of Ligeti’s viola sonatas into abstracted motion graphics.
Re-Ply transforms discarded boxes into a comfortable, functional piece of furniture.
Copenhagen’s Noma has been named the world’s best place to eat for three years running. We talk to the design team behind their Nordic style.
Hurricane Sandy left many New Yorkers without power, and thereby without cell phones. The Eton crank-charger would have helped them stay in the know.
How does one of the world’s most beautiful social-networking apps handle tablets? With more pictures.
Science books are notorious for bad art. But every page of The Where, the Why, and the How, each illustrated by a different artist, could live in a frame.
As the 2012 campaign finally draws to a close, which states are receiving the most attention from outside groups?
He may be the man behind Facebook’s actual Little Red Book, but the cultural czar heading the company’s Analog Research Lab is more than thrilled to let employees create their own cultural destinies.