Over 2,000 hand-gathered and carefully catalogued collections of discarded objects form the basis of Asterisms, a new Guggenheim show from the celebrated Mexican artist.
The Combs Point Residence blends sleek modernist living with an unbridled blast of floor-to-ceiling nature. Views don’t get much better than this.
Clock Clock hacks traditional clock arms to create a massive seven-segment digital timepiece.
Graphicly abandoned their iTunes-like comic book marketplace to develop a full suite of online publishing tools for visual storytellers.
Inspired by 2001: A Space Odyssey, Kim Pimmel makes long-exposure magic out of hacked-together hardware.
The aptly named Dronestragram invites you to pause your visual consumption of your friends’ happy lives to consider a different kind of snapshot.
It looks like a hazmat suit, but the Age Man is meant to give young people empathy for the aging process.
An astonishing app uses an iPhone’s accelerometer to sense the location of a tap on any surface and translate it into typed letters on a keyboard.
Pulled from store shelves after a month, the first high-profile wearable activity tracker was a humiliation for Jawbone. Now, the Up is back, and anyone vying for a stake in wearable tech should pay close attention to the product’s resurrection.
In a moving Kickstarter project, Paul Sahre will use a model rocket to reach through time and reconnect his kids to the grandpa they never knew.