The first photographs of a super-rare black leopard in Africa in over 100 years. She's a beauty.
The Harvard HouseZero is a major retrofit of a 1940's house in Cambridge, created to be net-zero and a design prototype for efficiency.
Alexander Unger's latest project, Distortion, is made up of intricate movements and more than 2500 frames, and explores shapes, toothy faces, and springy gravity, all with delightful quirkiness throughout.
A dramatic installation called Strawpocalypse is made from over 168,000 plastic straws, to draw attention to plastic waste.
The next time you think about booking a cruise vacation, you might try to visualize a million cars. That's the equivalent air pollution that a big Carnival or Royal Caribbean-type cruise ship emits in a single day.
Scott Reinhard combines historical maps with 3D elevations to create truly one-of-a-kind pieces.
French artist Aude Bourgine has a beautifully crafted series of textile art pieces that resemble coral, set within glass containers, like specimens plucked from the ocean floor
In this stunning time-lapse video, we see a perspective of our beautiful planet that we've never witnessed before.
Hyundai unveiled a concept called Elevate at CES 2019, a vehicle that can walk, climb, and go places other cars could never go.
Will a clothes-folding machine change your life? Probably not. But we are slowly getting closer to our Rosie the Robot future.
As the market for scooters is maturing, designers have begun thinking about how these modes of transport can be improved further. Enter the Unicorn, a clever and well-designed scooter that expands on convenience, safety, and utility.
This artfully staged series, showing a modern home in winter, is especially impressive when you realize it's entirely digital.
Ken Kelleher's 'virtual sculptures' give him limitless flexibility in terms of scale, location, and style.
Macaulay Culkin is back in a clever ad for Google Home (Alone).