We love embracing the future, what it will hold, how it will evolve. Here are posts that are future-looking. Hold on. ⚡️
From Thomas Heatherwick comes the 1000 Trees project, a massive mixed use development just outside of Shanghai.
Think Spirograph, but in the digital age. The Scribit is a small, writing and drawing robot that creates scenes on your walls.
Elon Musk pitched the Cybertruck as something more powerful and useful than a Ford F-150, while being more affordable.
Ford's all-electric Mustang Mach-E is their first serious attempt at an EV, and looks like a compelling choice.
The dramatically skinny supertall skyscraper 111 W 57th just topped out in Manhattan.
These pixel stretched images are the work of Texas-based digital artist Joe Cavazos, who uses the motion in a photograph to complete a stretched or wiped impression.
Paris will host the 2024 Olympic Games, and they've just released a stylish and unusually feminine logo for the big summer event.
The Hero Arm is a remarkable bionic prosthetic that offers a great range of motion and fine motor skills, at a breakthrough price.
Excited to see more work from Reuben Wu, who has become known for his skillful and alien-like landscapes, lit by geometric drone lighting.
Vollebak is a company known for pushing the limits of materials and technology to absurd levels, to create items that haven't existed before.
Consider the year 2035. It's actually not that far off. Rolls Royce wants your future transportation to whisk you to your destination in distinct style.
Apeel is hoping to help solve the food waste problem, with a non-toxic, plant-based solution that's applied directly to the fruit or vegetable, keeping them fresh for at least twice as long as they normally would.
If you're encouraged by the transition to a cleaner future, you're not alone. Dozens of electric car startups have been working hard toward to goal of electric mobility. Canoo is one of those startups, and they officially announced their first vehicle this …
Luigi Colani died this week at age 91, and with him, we've lost an idiosyncratic and fabulously unique design mind. His work spanned many decades and many industries, from automotive to aeronautical, to consumer goods, like cameras and other devices.