From automated cars to artisanal handsets, here are the ideas that will shape the future.
Comprised solely of recyclable materials, Studio 1984’s Ecological Pavilion doesn’t have much in the way of modern conveniences, but it wouldn’t be a bad spot to spend a cozy afternoon.
Henry Wilson creates work that straddles homemade and high-end.
An iRosary, a prayer breadstick, and a DayGlo emergency bracelet on view in a Venice exhibition question an 800-year-old tradition.
A Polish artist started tracking his computer usage back in 2009. The beautiful resulting images contain millions of data points.
Now in its fourth edition, the low-fi Buddha Machine still keeps things absurdly simple.
Instead of letting websites hide behind thousands of words of legalese presented in six-point font, why not illustrate their privacy policies with a nice set of icons?
At what rate are Americans coming, going, living, and dying? These animated maps tell a fascinating visual story.
Next year, 10 companies will join Nike’s first tech accelerator. And it’s taking applications now.
At Art Basel/Miami last week, a curated show of GIF art made a historic foray into the high-art scene.
Roman & Williams has created nostalgic interiors that most others can only emulate. Here’s the lunchroom they created with Facebook.