The next time you get stuck in the middle seat, try thinking of these photos.
Now before you get too excited, we’ll admit that it probably won’t arrive Stateside.
Ever open a big craft beer just to realize, maybe tonight wasn’t the night to take on the challenge?
Yesterday, Spike Lee and shoe designer Tinker Hatfield introduced the 28th Air Jordan, a boot-height sneaker inspired by spies, combat boots, and stealth bombers.
Facebook is hiring the first four designers for their New York office to improve advertising design for businesses and users alike.
Opening Ceremony is selling Ono’s designs for male bras with cut-out nipples, shoes with incense holders, and pants with day-glo handprints.
Milanese design studio Accurat designed a densely layered visualization that measures age, education, and birth city amongst Nobel honorees.
Yes, tilting is still cheating.
The office supply giant announced a contract with Mcor, the makers of a 3-D printer that uses standard-size office paper to print models.
Hot Bread Kitchen, a fast-growing nonprofit based in Harlem, turned to Pentagram for a brand that would articulate its unique mission.
Frog’s Max Burton advocates a new era for industrial design, in which hardware becomes a brand asset and the product is the interaction ecosystem.
You can turn it off--just don’t be surprised if it turns itself back on.