A new photography exhibit at the Print House Gallery in London zeroes in on the apocalyptic landscapes of the 2004 Olympic Games. How do you say “cautionary tale” in Greek?
A new exhibit of London street photography documents 200 years in the ancient metropolis. New York tags along.
Not every Olympian is privileged enough to play for their home country. So what do they wear?
A group of young British design students introduce their podium and costume concepts, which will be seen by millions this summer.
Are the Olympics truly good for the health of a city? A new project from documentary filmmaker Gary Hustwit and photographer Jon Pack examines the impact of the Olympics, long after the last TV camera is packed away.
Built for a failed 2016 Olympic Bid, Dominique Perrault’s Olympic Tennis Center transforms the ubiquitous retractable stadium roof into an amazing spectacle.
Nike’s new TurboSpeed suit is made from the equivalent of 13 plastic bottles per garment. It can also make runners .023 seconds faster over 100 meters--a massive boost.
A unique structure offers the chance to make music with other visitors to the games.
Either the place was blasted by the world’s silliest M60 or a giant octopus has invaded London.
Amazing animations turn motion capture into high art. Or Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 3.0