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A Gold Medal Time Lapse Of Rio De JaneiroIn This Dazzling Koi Pond, The Fish Live Only In Your ImaginationCould NYC’s Aging World’s Fair Relic Be The Next High Line?This “House Of Cards” Supercut Reveals How Tech Controls Us AllThis Man Makes The World’s Tiniest Modern Living RoomsMeet The Man Who Designed The Iconic Font In “Stranger Things”MIT’s Next Breakthrough Interface? Temporary Tattoos18 Quintillion Planets, 0 Fun: My Day With The Year’s Most-Anticipated Video GameElon Musk Is Getting Into Architecture Now8 Artists Redesign The Birth Control AdTrump’s Libertarian Rival Just Admitted To Stealing Designers’ WorkHow Design Is Helping Us Understand The BrainThe Bizarre Patent History Behind The Apple v. Samsung BattleThe Unsung Architecture Of 1990s AnimeOh, No: Another Racist Filter From SnapchatThe Ingenious Way Push Pin Advertised Its Design Services In The Rotary-Phone EraGorgeous New Film Explores How Our Bodies And Brains Could Morph In SpacePeek Inside The Notebooks Of A Legendary Logo DesignerAn App For Making Government Workers HappierDesigners Sandbag TrumpA Vivid Reminder That Flint’s Water Crisis Is Far From OverGoogle Has A Solution For The UX Design Education Gap: GoogleNeighborhoods With Greater Walkability Have Pricier HomesThe Next Big Technological Revolution Will Be PolitePSA: The Whopperito Is Not A BurritoThe Terminator Of Tattoo Guns Is Here. Thanks, Autodesk!This North Korean Art Movement Was Isolated For 50 YearsWhat A Neural Network Thinks About Your Neighborhood–And Why It Matters3 Myths About The Future Of UXMilton Glaser On 100 Years Of Mostly Sucky Olympic LogosTurn Your House Into A 3D Painting With These Awesome Room DividersReviving A Failed Design From The 1950s With Technology From TodayWhat I Learned Playing The World’s Most Tragic Video GameThe Extravagant, Overlooked Design Of Fashion Show SetsIn Defense Of The Gun EmojiFinally, An Honest Campaign SloganThis Startup Is Teaching Chatbots Real EmpathyA $35 Million Design Empire Built On The Humble Place MatCole Haan Reinvents The Classic Oxford With A Little Help From A Running Shoe