The most striking sight at the Städel Museum’s recently opened extension might be the sloping, skylight-dotted garden that serves as its roof.
Joe Buglewicz takes gorgeous studio shots of decomposing foodstuffs.
89-year-old scientist-turned-artist Richard Artschwager’s sculpture, drawing, and painting is on display at the Whitney museum.
These intentionally absurd production machines poke fun at our small-batch-obsessed consumer culture.
Waldek Węgrzyn’s innovative take on the electronic book turns the book itself into a new digital interface, without eliminating the joys of ink on paper.
NASA astronaut Don Pettit discusses being the ISS’s resident photographer.
An ambitious free app for Windows 8, Android, and iOS phones and tablets supplements the console experience with touch screens. Groundbreaking? Yes. Finished? Not nearly.
A thoughtful identity gives a multinational disease research network a new way to communicate.
The Keret House in Poland is just 4 feet wide. So pace yourself at Costco, buddy.
Taking a cue from the Russian theater director Konstantin Stanislavsky, Continuum’s Daniel Sobol and Toby Bottorf argue that frontline employees shouldn’t feel tied to a script.