We love embracing the future, what it will hold, how it will evolve. Here are posts that are future-looking. Hold on. ⚡️
The Hyundai Prophecy is a sleek black coupe, like a polished pebble, and harkens back to a simpler time of car design, with a feeling that's both retro and timelessly futuristic.
For around $150,000 per person, the futuristic Neptune balloon and capsule will launch eight people and a captain to the edge of space, for a six hour journey that will change your life.
A collection of supremely stylish African men, former tailors, in Accra, Ghana.
Imagine walking through a forest and seeing flowers glowing back at you in a beautiful rainbow gradient.
London-based artist Débora Silva has helped immortalize these moments of turmoil we're living through with 3D scans of various protesters on the streets.
SpaceX is poised to launch astronauts to the International Space Station for the first time ever on May 27.
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.
LARQ is the world's first self-cleaning water bottle, using UV-C LED light to purify 99.999% of bio-contaminants.
We’ve come across a treasure trove of vintage space comics, all in an over-the-top vibrant pulp sensibility.
The Opus in Dubai is a new building designed by the late Zaha Hadid, showcasing her jaw dropping architectural skill and style.
The Buda Ball is the latest magnetically floating product from Flyte, a company specializing in small moments of magic for your home or office.
This exciting new high rise design in Cebu, Philippines shows us the optimistic future of architecture, where green innovations and plants take center stage.
And with the twist of a cap, food may never be the same again. IBM's supercomputer, Watson, can cook.
Located in Gwanggyo, just outside of Seoul, this new department store has a remarkable, jeweled-looking facade that stands out from just about any other building design we can think of.