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Ten Hours of Incredibly Soothing Ocean Footage Featuring Amazing Creatures of the Sea
BBC Earth has partnered with OceanX Media to provide a beautifully soothing ten hours of open ocean footage that features undersea creatures of all types
Otherworldly Balloon Installation Responds to Changing Environments
Detecting carbon-dioxide levels, temperature, and more.
Lanternflies Eat Everything in Sight. The U.S. Is Looking Delicious.
The invasive insects turned up in Pennsylvania in 2014. Now the state has placed 3,000 square miles under quarantine, and scientists worry the pest will spread.
First Solar building new 1.2GW CdTe thin-film manufacturing plant in Perrysburg, Ohio
Leading CdTe thin-film PV module manufacturer First Solar has announced the building of a new 1.2GW manufacturing plant near its existing flagship facility in Perrysburg, Ohio.
35 Things We Did In 1995 That'll Make Kids Today Think It Was 1895 — BuzzFeed
Our society literally depended on landlines and the post office back then.
Aerial Views of Mexico's Dystopian Housing Developments
In the early 2000s, the Mexican government launched an ambitious effort to build affordable housing for millions of the country's most impoverished citizens. The government ultimately spent more than $100 billion on hundreds of sprawling housing developments, but the program was plagued by corruption, poor planning, and shabby construction methods.
Sky Club House
Housed inside a minimalist concrete shell, China's Sky Club House isn't your average gym. The structure is constructed from molded tiles of gray artificial concrete. The material was left exposed in the main lobby, taking on almost a marble finish....
The US military wants AI to dream up weird new helicopters
A DARPA project aims to see if machine learning can change the way complex engineering systems are designed.
AI could alleviate China’s doctor shortage
Chinese doctors and tech companies are developing tools to automate routine medical tasks.
teamLab Brings Remarkable 3D Installation "Beyond the Limits" To Paris
Escape into virtual waterfalls and digitized nature scenes.
Best New Art: Banksy Invades NYC, James Jean's Stained Glass Works & More
Including a new group show by Nike ATELIAIR in Tokyo.
Takashi Murakami Is Opening Another New Solo Show Next Month
It's set to launch next month.
Virgil Abloh Shares Work in Progress for Upcoming Takashi Murakami Co-Exhibition
Opening February 20.
Ernest Zacharevic Carves Huge SOS Distress Call for Endangered Orangutans
Only 14,600 orangutans thrive in the Sumatra wild.
Barack and Michelle Obama Artworks Unveiled at National Portrait Gallery
Created by African American artists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald.
Creative People Literally See the World Differently, Mind-Blowing Research Shows
Exceptionally creative people and your average Joe see different things when they look around.
Three Reasons Why Good Leader Spend Time Planning
It's not about the plan, it's about the planning
The Blockchain Economy: A beginner’s guide to institutional cryptoeconomics
Chris Berg, Sinclair Davidson and Jason Potts are from the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub, the world’s first social science research centre…
Truly Truly Is Set to Launch New Products at London Design Fair - Design Milk
Rotterdam-based Truly Truly will be showing their new wares at the London Design Fair come September in the Netherlands Design Pavilion named Dutch Stuff.
Oddly Satisfying Isometric Art from Society6 - Design Milk
Society6 artists have taken the isometric principle and applied it in different ways, from architecture to typography to dizzying patterns.
The Engineering Behind the Louvre Abu Dhabi's Striking Geometric Dome
BuroHappold Engineering tells us what went into the design and construction of the Louvre Abu Dhabi's striking geometric dome, and how the structure functions.
Frank Gehry's Grand Avenue project presents latest design updates
Image: Gehry Partners/Related Cos.But wait, there's more: the LA Times writes that developing the block on Grand Avenue would finally unlock a design feature Gehry himself
Chromatic Numerical Sculptures Inspired by Josef Albers from Leonardoworx - Design Milk
Taking inspiration from Josef Albers, digital artist Leonardo Betti of Leonardoworx created a series of abstract numbers made from colorful plexiglass.
Why Do We Need to Sleep?
At a shiny new lab in Japan, an international team of scientists is trying to figure out what puts us under.
New Release:'Twin Bridges' and 'The Water Garden' signed art prints by Kilian Eng
We're beyond delighted to kick-start 2018 by releasing two brand new art prints by the mighty Kilian Eng. ‘Twin Bridges’ and ‘The Water Garden’ are 18” x 24” limited edition giclee prints expertly printed in the UK and signed by the artist. Showcasing Kilian’s signature sci-fi maximalism and penchant for painstaking detail, these two pieces from his ‘Palace Life’ series of personal works will keep on drawing you in to discover new details every time you pass them by. Hand numbered and signed by Kilian Eng the prints are from a very limited edition of just 40 each and will go on sale this Friday 19 January at 5pm UK time from our shop. As always you can sign up to our newsletter to receive an e-mail alert the moment these prints go on sale. 'Twin Bridges' by Kilian Eng18" x 24" giclee print310 gsm Hahnemühle German Etching paperHand numbered. Gallery stamp on the reverseSigned by the artistLimited edition of 40£60 'The Water Garden' by Kilian Eng18" x 24" giclee print310 gsm Hahnemühle German Etching paperHand numbered. Gallery stamp on the reverseSigned by the artistLimited edition of 40£60
Do you work more than 39 hours a week? Your job could be killing you
Long hours, stress and physical inactivity are bad for our wellbeing – yet we’re working harder than ever. Isn’t it time we fought back?
Netflix Is Even Personalizing Its Graphic Design To You Now — Fast Company
Netflix is spending $7 billion on content next year–content that’s been shaped largely by Netflix’s own data on what people like to watch. And of course, Netflix will ensure you see the content you’re most interested in, because each person’s queue is shaped by the company’s habit-tracking algorithms. But in fact, Netflix’s extreme personalization goes even deeper than that. According to a new post by Netflix itself, the company goes so far as to customize the artwork you see for films and shows
Thursday's Morning Email: Why Millennials Are Facing The Scariest Financial Future Since The Great Depression — HuffPost
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Guggenheim & Rem Koolhaas Announce Rural Research Project for 2019 Exhibit
Touching everything from A.I. to genetic experiments.
Sotheby's to Auction Contemporary Art, Some to Fetch for up to $50,000 USD
New pieces by Invader, Shepard Fairey, and more renowned artists.
Exclusive Pharrell Tracks Are Included With This Limited 'BOOMBOX' Release
Get your hands on some unique art and music-combined piece.
100 Images From Cassini’s Mission to Saturn
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft burned up in Saturn’s atmosphere on Friday, after 20 years in space.
"Discover Tokyo": Stunning Candid Street Photos Of Tokyo By RK
RK is a talented self-taught photographer, iphoneographer, graphic designer and DJ currently based in Tokyo, Japan. RK started photography four years ago, capturing his photos with his iPhone, from the shot to the editing. He shoots amazing street photography, capturing amazing portraits of people i
The Most Coveted Instagram From Art Basel? A Selfie With This Neon Vagina
Empowering? Or does it just turn women—and all our full, flaw, evolving, 360-degree lives—into a sexy nightlight?
Sou Fujimoto and AWAA win Brussels tower contest
Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto and Belgian studio AWAA teamed up to design this mixed-use tower complex in Brussels, which will be covered in balconies.
studio drift X BMW drones illuminate miami beach during art basel 2017
franchise freedom - a flying sculpture of studio drift x bmw drones illuminate miami beach, celebrating art basel 2017 through technology, science, and art.
Why Blockchain Needs Design
This complex technology is going mainstream–and IBM wants to make it easier to use.
Why Bitcoin Matters More Than Blockchain
Bitcoin is going to do to the banks what email did to the post office and Amazon did to retail.
Basecoin: A Robust, Price-Stable Cryptocurrency with an Algorithmic Central Bank
CryptoKitties is jamming up the ethereum network
Someone paid over $117,000 for an ethereum kitty.
A Generation in Japan Faces a Lonely Death
In postwar Japan, a single-minded focus on rapid economic growth helped erode family ties. Now, a generation of elderly Japanese is dying alone.
Mesmerizing maps reveal which cities around the world are most likely to fall apart
Much of the world is making great leaps in technology, security, and public health. But a handful of cities are getting left behind.
Elon Musk: The Architect of Tomorrow
Inside Elon Musk's world-changing plans to inhabit outer space, revolutionize high-speed transportation, reinvent cars – and find love along the way.
Rem Koolhaas Plans a Countryside Exhibition at the Guggenheim
“Countryside: Future of the World” will explore how the world’s rural landscapes have been altered by technology, migration and climate change.
Inspired by origami, scientists build artificial muscle that lifts 1,000 times its own weight
Scientists have developed a variety of origami-inspired artificial muscles that can lift up to a thousand times their own weight — and yet be dexterous enough to grip and raise a delicate flower.
Billionaire Uber Cofounder Pledges Half Of His Fortune To Charity
While Uber finds itself embroiled in yet another scandal, its cofounder and chairman—fresh off an “eye-opening” trip to Africa—is joining the Giving Pledge.
Visiting James Turrell’s Volcano Observatory Will Cost You $6,500 USD
Alongside other major art news this week.
Jeff Koons Thinks Louis Vuitton Is A "Perfect Company"
"It’s used to communicating to people through materialism."
Leonardo da Vinci's 'Salvator Mundi' Sells for Over $450,000,000 USD
On a record night at Christie's.