In a quest to create the world’s largest work of art, Jim Denevan and a team of helpers inscribed circles on the frozen surface of the world’s largest lake. Unfortunately for them, that lake happened to be in Siberia.
Andy Rutledge’s (in)famous redesign of the New York Times’s homepage stirred mega-debates about the meaning of news design. Now you can put his ideas into action on your own blog.
Traveling to a place where you don’t know the language? No problem. Here’s a fool-proof guide to causing offense without consulting Berlitz.
Kern like you mean it! Otherwise, you might end up with a design crime like this one.
The Clash Project, a fashion show held annually in Maastricht, is a fun little experiment in creative cross-pollination.
Colin Dunn created a fake brand called Jupiter "to subvert and critique mainstream consumer habits."
Here are four tips from Continuum on how to motivate and retain talent.
Another fabulous chart by Pop Chart Lab illustrates the rise, fall, and rebirth of the tech icon.