Simen Johan uses taxidermy, live animals, and physical dioramas to depict nature as humans see it.
Raphael Volkmer calls on German tradition to create unique stools from recycled pewter, all before the customer’s eyes.
By repurposing a process developed for construction, a team of designers discovered how to build a sandcastle that won’t wash away.
Bruce Mau Design used Facebook as a feedback tool during a project for a Swedish music festival.
At Tatton Park’s third biennial, French artist Olivier Grossetete installed an Up-esque piece of installation art.
Even non-coders can use Scriptkit for iPad to prototype web-powered iPad apps, all without ever touching a keyboard.
From a lamp made from recycled egg cartons to a reusable water bottle, our picks for sustaining the planet and good cheer.
Chris Harrison’s software can recognize knuckle-taps and other kinds of gestural input, unlocking new ways to interact with our mobile devices.