What One Finds on Google Street View →
Over a year ago, Montreal-based Jon Rafman started collecting screen captures of Google Street Views from a range of Street View blogs and his own exploration of the program. His Tumblr of his…
Don't screw it up!, legal terms and copyright for... →
A complete analysis made by designers for designers where we will be sharing the results of a careful investigation that wants to help clarify all the major doubts regarding copyright and legal…
“NOART” at Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo →
In a symbol of compassion and solidarity toward the earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan, Tokyo gallery, Taka Ishii, held an exhibition titled, “NOART,” where no work was displayed in the…
Artists Stage an Oily Protest in the Tate Modern →
Experiment: scalping postage stamps on tax day →
My favorite amateur sociologist, Rob Cockerham, scalped postage stamps on tax day. If you live near Sacramento, California, and you wait until the very last moment to mail your taxes, you…
Fresh from his documentary win at Sundance, cinematic journalist Danfung Dennis has announced some early details of his next project called Condition ONE. It looks to be a highly immersive virtual reality video project which Danfung hopes will allow viewers to experience news events more fully. Danfung hasn’t disclosed too much detail about the actual system used other than to say it is based on...
Kindle Publishes First Oral History Of The... →
One of the first documents of the Japanese earthquake gets a little help from social media and the Internet.
every drop of water you’ll ever know, from the spigot to the toilet, is...– Fast Company
Coke Aims To Stop Their Store Displays From... →
The beverage maker has created a new program to sustainably produce and manage their branded store displays.
Hollywood has become an institution that is more interested in launching the...– GQ
FRONTLINE presents this intimate portrait of a man who’s sometimes called China’s Andy Warhol—Ai Weiwei. He’s a global art star who’s now using his international renown, along with a video camera and a growing underground Twitter following, to push the boundaries of freedom in today’s China.
Praising Failure: James Dyson Talks Vacuum's 5,127... →
Sir James Dyson, inventor of perhaps the most recognizable consumer vacuum on the market today, is completely comfortable with failure. He’s good at it—failure I mean—but most great…
Trap Light by Gionata Gatto and Mike Thompson →
From Studio Atùppertù, a lamp that captures light and converts it into reusable light. “By utilising photoluminescent pigments to capture escaping light, Trap Light converts waste energy back…
Faux-tosynthesis: The Artificial Leaf that Could... →
Call it faux-tosynthesis. An MIT research team lead by Daniel Nocera revealed this week an “artificial leaf” that uses the sun’s rays to produce energy. Developing an energy source modeled on…