Taylor Jones’s interactive project brings everyone home again, by means of faded snapshots and nostalgic horizons.
What rocky cliffs and murky moats must you traverse in your daily journeys?
Innovators of industry used to mean long-lasting influence. But where are the creators of Silly Bandz and Bumpits now?
The technology behind Hideki Higashino’s automata may be centuries old, but even Toyota is revisiting this meticulous cultural tradition.
Was any creature as predestined as the feline to rise to such LOL-worthy fame? The Internet picks up where the Egyptians left off.
What do you find in the murky puddle of the afternoon sun? Let your consciousness melt right off your face with this collection of oddities.
The ground is fertile for fantasy. Take a stroll down this shadowy path, where thick-thorned creativity thrives as an invasive species.
Suck down that thick morning sludge, feel it buzz in your fingertips, let it dry at the cusp of your ceramic vessel.
When the soft caress of a plushie just won’t do, you require the satisfying scrape and chafe of a stiff bristle.
Jonathan Olivares catalogs the design evolution of the cubicle worker’s throne — an object that manages to support and inhibit human productivity.
Do you pamper your lower extremities with scented lotions and slick polish? Or do you prefer the calloused soles of bare summer adventures?
On Etsy, you have a unique shopping audience that’s actually yearning for a good schmooze. Are your words living up to your compelling potential
You don’t need color when you have rich variations of perception.
Jonah Reynolds, who worked on his first radically sustainable home at the age of 12, insists he is not an environmentalist.
As a pharmaceutical sales rep, Martha developed a penchant for designer fashion. Now pursuing her artistic dreams, she illustrates a fond farewell.
Paul Mawhinney, owner of the world’s largest record collection, can no longer sustain his endless aisles. What do we lose when we lose vinyl?
By the end of the week, we can all use a bracing rush of cerebral juice. Those fried pathways aren’t going to lubricate themselves.
In celebration of Earth Week, it’s time to think bigger. Marcin Jakubowski’s Open Source Ecology project is prototyping a more sustainable world.
We won’t stand for that floating demeanor any longer — look at you all carefree and wishy-washy. It’s time to tether yourself to some surreality.
There’s more of everything you love in this duplicitous edition of oddities.
Sometimes, coming up with the next innovative marketing strategy for your wares just involves a musical trip down memory lane.