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A Cuban Art Collective Tackles The Clash Of Past And PresentFrank Gehry and Rodarte Redesign Mozart For A Distant FutureOnline Service Makes Buying A Hearing Aid As Easy As Getting GlassesInfographic: A Hypnotic System For Showing Cyber AttacksCitizenM: Luxury Hotels On A Shoestring, Thanks To Pre-Fab RoomsAnimated Gymnastics Logo Is Based On The Movements Of An Actual GymnastThe Week That Was: A Prettier Airbnb, The World’s Toughest iPhone Case, And UI Lessons From A ToasterWatch: Crystalline Candleholders Made Using The Magic Of MagnetismA Landmark Chicago Intersection, Reborn With 76K Square Feet of VinylA Robot Stock Picker That Trades On SuperstitionsComputers Scan A Crowd, Gauging Its MoodThree Ways To Improve Crumbling City NeighborhoodsA Deft Rebranding Of Canada Tackles Its Hazy Identity AbroadHow Bucky Fuller Presaged The Bay Area’s Design BoomSingapore’s Supertrees Light Up The NightFour Concepts For The Future That Could Create A More Sustainable WorldJonathan Safran Foer Helps Curate An Art Show About A Make-Believe ArtistAfter A Mid-Life Crisis, An Artist Offers Art As A Cure For Mental IllnessMobility 3.0: Soon, Even Your Car Will Be Driven By An AppSocial Graph 2.0: Behavio Thinks Mobile Data Can Turn Our Gadgets Into GeniusesWave: The Artsy Dish Rack That Keeps Counters DryBraun Reissues A Sleek Digital Watch by Dieter RamsDancing Digitally, With The iPad As A StageWhat A Toaster Teaches You About The Future Of User InterfacesGoogle’s Nexus Q Teases A Future Of Smart, Social HardwareIkHa Restaurant Lets Diners Create Their Own Ikea HacksHow A Web App Can Help Nonprofits Tell Better Stories And Raise CashInfographic Exposes A Little Mystery About Twitter Behavior Around The WorldWatch: This Skateboard Lets You Ride Down Stairs With Unbelievable EaseA Vase That Serves As A Root System For FlowersA Platonically Pure Furniture Line From Ron GiladAn Office Chair Designed For Laid-Back Working StylesBike Badly, Get A Ball To The Face?A Rooftop Restaurant Gets A Bond-Worthy FaceliftGoogle Now: A Smarter, Mobile Search Offering Tailored To Your Life11 Hypnotic GIFs By A Master Of The Art FormA House Whose Interior Is Laid Out Like A Tiny VillageA Green Desk Powered By The Person Sitting At ItThe New Airbnb Focuses On Pretty Pics Rather Than SearchesWhat Realtors Could Learn From Fashion And Ad GurusFinally, Nutrition Facts That Look Good Enough To EatBuilding A Carbon-Neutral Haven For Sustainability In The Middle EastThe Human Mind’s Wavering Eye, Frozen In A Single PhotoColdplay Sucks, But How Awesome Is Their Light Show?Glass Art That Revives 150 Years Of Czech TraditionA Far-Off Hotel Designed For The Ultimate Unplugged VacationA Classic Japanese Chair, Remade For Big American BehindsOh Look, It’s Just Another Soothing In-Flight Video Of People On FireWe Need To Create Collaboration Between Citizens And Governments To Make Cities Best Serve EveryoneiPhone App Matches Your Outfits To The Weather OutsideDishes Made From Fukushima’s Radioactive SoilIkea’s New Food Packaging Makes Crab Paste Look GoodLondon’s Streets Become A Sprawling, Digital Music Instrument10 Of The Year’s Most Amazing Science PhotosThis Guy Never Had A Sister, So He Dreamt One Up As A Crystal ChandelierOld Dairy Barn Becomes A Green Redoubt Of Design EdScott Wilson’s Back, With The Toughest iPhone Case EverThis Super-Lightweight Boat Folds Into A BackpackA Fashion Line Made Surreal, Using Awesome Animated DrawingsFar-Fetched Ideas Are Fun. But Innovation Usually Starts SmallA Hacked 3D Printer That Scans Your Face, Then Guides Your Hand In Drawing ItCheesy Chic: German Turns Milk Into A Silky, Chemical-Free TextileColumbia’s New Fabric Converts Sweat Into An Eerie Cooling SensationTrulia’s New Maps Show Your Commute Time From Your New HouseHow Microsoft’s Arc Touch Mouse Led To Its Elegant Keyboard For SurfaceGreat Brands Are About Fusing Product And Service. How Do You Do It?