Threadlab offers a shirt components that bond together with adhesive and an iron.
For a new exhibition in Milan, a hundred designers were given a unique challenge: a chunk of wood and four wheels.
The Japanese studio--whose name means “unmolded clay”--reverses traditional logic of woodworking to make splinters the focus of a new collection.
In developing countries, light at night can be a dangerous luxury. But there may be a better solution than solar.
A recent campaign to promote an aspirin brand as a hangover cure had a German ad agency collecting unlikely boozing remedies from around the world.
There are over 2,000 characters in George R.R. Martin’s series, Game of Thrones. Here’s a ridiculously ambitious visualization tracking the 300 most important.
Is Monopoly still Monopoly if the game plays the same but has all context removed? Yes and no, but mostly no.
A new music server on IndieGoGo combines iPod dock ease of use with cloud sharing and audiophile guts.
Meet the Lunar Force 1, a reimagined version of the sneakerhead mainstay that’s been around since 1982.
The official add-ons for Teenage Engineering’s OP-1 synthesizer can be found in their web store for around $10 a pop. But they can also be found on the company’s website as CAD files, available as a free download.