Ryuichi Sakamoto, Shiro Takatani, and the YCAM Interweb team collaborate in an installation that uses a bioelectric tracking device, interpretive music and visual displays to bring an urban centered world back to the forests that surround and define them.
Stella McCartney’s Pre-Fall 2014 collection demonstrates that ethical and sustainable fashion doesn’t have to resign to formless, potato-sack dresses. Using gentle organic fabrics and vegetable-oil-based faux-leather, McCartney designs form-fitting, draped and pleated styles with confident choppy patterns that resemble the quality and detail expected from similar big name designers.
Hoping to demystify the word ‘bacteria’ through her various aesthetically-pleasing yet initially terrifying textile installations, UK artist Anna Dumitriu has sewn different types of (thoroughly sterilized) deadly bacteria into her artwork.
After a decade of researching, teaching, and writing about the power of vulnerability, Dr. Brené Brown has found that being emotionally vulnerable is the key to feeling more connected, courageous and free, while behaving significantly more kind and empathetic towards the rest of humanity.
Sheltered by the MOVING Schools 001 project, Thailand students can now take there education along with them where ever they go. With the help of Amadeo Bennetta and Dan LaRossa, Building Trust International has given many kids along the conflict ridden Thailand-Burma border an ingenious design for mobile schools.
Using a helicopter and a digital Hasselblad camera, renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky shows a side of global industrialization rarely seen by the public.
Fogo Island of Newfoundland, Canada is home to many gentlefolk, old european traditions, and untainted landscapes, but it is now one of the many rural communities on the brink of poverty.
Initially designed to combat northern Mexico’s droughts, chemical engineer Sergio Velasco created Solid Rain, a non-toxic, highly absorbent potassium-based powder that stores excess water to efficiently deliver it later to plants in need.
Designer Kanupriya Goel and Biologist Guatam Goel have developed packaging material that overtime, the ink will bleed through until the icon for danger is clearly displayed, signifying that the medication has passed its expiration date.
Bored with the abundance of typical landscapes, Polish photographer Michal Karcz goes a step further by using ethereal photo manipulation to draw out emotion in the viewer.
Wikihouse is an open source construction community that allows anyone to design, print, and build their own structures, making personally designed architecture both accessible and affordable.
This short film delves into the effect of technology on our daily lives and what role they plan in modifying our behavior. Will tech continue its climb to dominate or will we push it into the background where it really belongs? Take a look and…