Cirque du Soleil’s Guy Laliberté--the accordionist, fire-eater, and poker player--captured these images of earth from aboard the ISS.
Nendo’s contribution to an upcoming exhibition explores the "spiritual pleasure" of an object’s touch.
"Mr. Knife, Miss Fork" is a series of concepts conceived for “everyday play.”
Hyundai hired Universal Everything to create a dynamic video installation that would foster creativity within the company.
David Rockwell’s blue foam blocks serve as the lynchpin of a new exhibit on self-directed play at the National Building Museum.
The Salvage Art Institute collects pieces of ruined art deemed “total losses” by insurance companies.
"Ecological Urbanism," a book of essays published by the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 2010, was destined to fall out of date. The iPad version won’t have that problem.
The colorful new mark for the Bloomsbury Institute for Pathogen Research combines three graphical representations of the center’s various fields of research.
With a few thoughtful tweaks, the hit iPhone app preserves its minimalist soul.
U.K. artist Rob Kesseler is working with the Millennium Seed Bank to illustrate the remarkable, nearly invisible world of microscopic botany.
Jawbone’s rereleased UP is an incredible device, but it’s lacking the very element that Nike’s Fuelband nails.