A curator’s criticism sparks a discussion: Just because you can innovate, should you?
In Savannah, Georgia, children and seniors bonded over neighborhood stories and craft. Now they need help creating a book to share their journey.
These days, everything is going digital. Should your tried-and-true Moleskine notebooks follow suit?
Seeing is believing: this incredible invention could revolutionize mobility in a previously unfathomable way.
To teach modern eaters about the bounty of our edible eco-system, artist Krisetn Baumlier has a message: play with your food!
Should the world’s greatest sporting event dig back to its roots by returning competitive art to its schedule of events?
Zipcar and Airbnb may be rising in popularity, but a study reveals that even grown ups have a problem with sharing.
Has maker culture infiltrated a retail store near you? Revealing the process might be the next big thing in interior design.
A group of women were given permission to mine demolition sites for materials to build looms, as they embark on a U.S. tour to exhibit their craft.
With the help of a new program, the endangered edibles of yesteryear are back on supermarket shelves.
The guesswork is pushed aside as an experimental computer program creatively reinvents a decades-old drawing technique.
At an educational space that’s spreading across the world, artists and thinkers are invited to determine what their skill is worth.
The creators of a fantastic machine bring the future to the present; what if solving problems was as easy as clicking “print”?
Can living a green lifestyle turn you into a snob?
In what is described as a “social experiment,” a Seattle-based photographer invites her clients to pay what they think their wedding photos are worth.
Amidst our image-crowded digital devices, Matt Richardson’s invention challenges our traditional approach to a centuries-old artform.
A Brazilian clothing retailer is bringing social networking to real life by inviting users to ‘like’ garments. Gimmick or brilliant marketing?
Out of dismal facts and figures comes a pointed question which no artist can avoid.
Instagram’s pretty photo filters have an unexpected relation —the 18th-century craze for admiring landscapes through colored convex mirrors.
Some pieces of clothing just make us feel great — and according to researchers, they may even affect the way we think.
In the face of financial despair, our essential public institutions are trying to compete with the world’s biggest online retailers.