Freya Jobbins recycles plastic limbs into a series of strange 3-D visages.
A tiny reception desk in a Tokyo mall lives a second life as an awesomely complex playground.
Designer Samuel Bernier had a new apartment, a hand-me-down Ikea lamp, and a serious eyesore of a lampshade. So he fabricated himself a dozen alternatives.
Inspired by obscure atmospheric phenomena called parhelia, Asif Khan built Swarovski a glistening pavilion at Art Basel Miami Beach.
Meshu maps important life locations and transforms it into lovely wearable art.
Some say stepping into one of Carlos Cruz-Diez’s installations is like "falling into a Rothko painting."
Here’s the data on the boozing habits of your favorite admen.
With a swiveling mirror that lets users record iPhone video in two directions at once, the AbracadabrApp makes the case for smartphone add-ons that connect us with the real world.
We’ve gotten very good at meeting people online. MOB wants us to meet in person.
In the kitchen of the future, your appliances might be scored with keyboards, woodwinds, and even a little guitar.
The devoted communist preached solidarity to any journalist who would listen, arguing that life comes before architecture.