We’ve captured the photographic charm of Spanish duo Anna and Daniel before, their adorably staged images that utilize clothing, design, and simple props to create iconic still images. Anna usually …
A robotic basketball player took to the court in Tokyo, making every shot it took.
Les Creatonautes has been pumping out these sometimes clever, often foolish, occasionally terrible animal transformations for a few years now.
Below are some of the efforts that went into making transport, medaling, and dressing at the Tokyo Olympics more eco-friendly.
Take a look at the Tokyo Olympics, with a dashboard of live data visualizations, showing what people are excited about.
Captured by storm chaser and Photographer Mike Olbinski, these impressive photos show just how enormous and dynamic thunderstorms can be.
This is a partnership we didn't see coming. Kentucky Fried Chicken, or KFC, has partnered with local Costa Rican artisans to create one-of-a-kind vessels for their famous drumsticks.
Apple's Assistive Touch Helps Those with Limb Differences Navigate Their Devices
Looking straight out of a science-fiction movie set, this beautiful and sleek restaurant has a design stays true to its futuristic vision.
3D printing isn't just changing the ways things are produced, but also what they're made out of.
Historic droughts are wreaking havoc on the water systems of the American Southwest.
Team USA will all take the podium in these unusual Nikes, a shoe called the Glide FlyEase Premium, which require no hands at all, but just a simple step into …
Very cool use of material in this office design in Amsterdam, employing over a kilometer of fabric, which was laser cut to fall elegantly in pale blue waves.
Researchers have created pasta that changes shape when boiled, reducing space for packaging and transportation.
We've come across a wealth of imagery showcasing colorful, warm doors of Latin America, showing the worn patina of time.
Vienna-based architect and designer Ivana Steiner showcases a zero waste kitchen that offers everything that a cook needs, without any of the waste that modern kitchens usually come along with.
These remarkably tiny and intricate baskets and bowls were hand woven from invasive grasses and weeds by Suzie Grieve and shows her very deft handiwork.
Nendo is a Japanese design firm known for their elegant, minimal designs that take ordinary objects, and make them uniquely special.
Designer Yeojin Jung conceptualizes a superyacht that looks more at home flying between planets than it does on the ocean.
Black Tomato is known for impressively curated travel, and their latest collection is no exception.
The unique perspective of a drone shows us how mesmerizing sheep herding can look, especially when sped up into time-lapse.