The Art + Science of Feeling NYC
During Milan Design Week 2013 Nike introduced The Art + Science of Super Natural Motion, a live body-mapping exhibition developed by digital artists Universal Everything, Daniel Widrig and Quayola + Sinigaglia to interpret Nike Free and Flyknit technologies...
Point Conference 2013 Preview
by Sabine Zetteler London's brand new POINT Conference launches this week offering two full days of inspirational talks from a pool of more than 30 speakers and a film interview series with iconic design figures, all at central London's Royal Institute...
Out of Print
Most of us can relate to the feeling of walking away from a heavy web browsing session feeling dazed, empty-headed, and no better informed than when we sat down. Addressing the paradox of information overload, three London-based designers—...
TED Books App
In a recent sit-down with TED Curator Chris Anderson, I had the chance to try out the TED Books app, a dedicated platform to hold the company's publishing endeavor. Focused on short books, TED Books hopes to continue TED's method of viral ideation...
In an era of digital minimalism, even some user interface designers scratch their heads when looking at Facebook's maximalist approach. The newsfeed has become a cluttered mix of content that's challenging for even the most savvy user to digest...
Derived from the data set of the latest Honda Civic model, the new sonic and visual installation by the Paris-based Japanese artist Ryoji Ikeda, "data.anatomy [civic]" was unveiled last week at the stunning post-industrial venue Kraftwerk Berlin...
Transmission LA: AV Club
by Naheed Simjee A resurrected rapper by way of a hologram wasn't the only technological breakthrough that had people talking last week. Returnees from Coachella Part I flocked downtown on Thursday night for the opening of Transmission LA: AV Club...
Heineken Open Design Explorations: The Club
"We wanted to show design in action, not on a pedestal," said Heineken's Global Head of Design Mark van Iterson as he walked us through "The Club", the first project of their Open Design Explorations, a pop up nightclub in the Tortona district during...
If "al dente" is synonymous with perfectly cooked Italian pasta, then Patrizio Miceli has chosen the right name for the communications agency he launched in 2004. Al dente has built some of the most creatively compelling advertising campaigns of...
The new show by Dan Graham at the Lisson Gallery in London is at once predictable and unexpected. Those who have known and loved the interactive experience of Graham's Pavilions for the last several decades will recognize his stamp, yet somehow...
Art at Opposite House
It's hard to turn down an invitation to experience a few days in Beijing while staying at one of its hippest hotels, so when the Opposite House extended an invitation to visit we jumped at the opportunity. The hotel, along with its sister hotel Upper...
A charming interactive story app from Moonbot takes a pre-linguistic dystopia as the setting for a adventure tale about the invention of the alphabet. Following Moonbot's first story "The Fantastic Flying Books of Morris Lessmore," Numberlys also...
Cool Hunting Video Presents: Prototyping Displays with Chris Weisbart
Due to an unfortunate misunderstanding with Chris Weisbart this video has been removed.