Four designers want make the Dynamo of Dixie the poster child for municipal branding in America, with a fresh typeface inspired by both the city’s industrial past and its arts-minded future.
A Tinkertoy for the 21st Century.
Mathematics meet abstract art.
After a presentation that defined computer UI’s for 40 years, one idea got forgotten. A designer at Teague resuscitates it.
By tweaking a standard 3-D knitting technique, German designers Läufer & Keichel created a chic, four-legged "pantsuit" for a chair.
After decades of wearing the wrong coat, never again, I say!
In this music video, a cassette tape snuggles a popsicle, and all of the things around us go to sleep.
New 3-D video technologies could redefine everything from Skype chats to Hollywood movies.
To highlight a university’s prototyping prowess, the London studio Johnson Banks designed a 3-D alphabet showcasing a century’s worth of typefaces.
They may look machine-made, but the faceted objects in Phil Cuttance’s Faceture series are crafted by hand.