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Kelly Tucker's Cosby Sweater Project documents the crème de la crème of Huxtable fashions through the show's eight seasons
The social network makes marketing harder for those with low budgets.
The designer talks about his recent work that explores the uses of craft in a postindustrial increasingly digitalized culture.
A self-taught designer, de Greef shares some of the sustainability measures that he takes when creating work and the three P's that he never strays from when producing.
The imaginative designer talks about his immaterial lamps and concern for the notions of displacement, shift of perspective and dematerialization.
The designer talks about the Ember light he'll be exhibiting at ICFF, and his poetic approach to design.
Confused by cellphone signals, bees react erratically and die.
Yale recent grads create a startup that will connect people so they can exchange thing they no longer want.
The results of the 2010 U.S. Census confirmed that the growth rate of the young generation today and in the near future, is increasingly dominated by Hispanics, African-Americans and Asians.
A new post on the Office of Science and Technology Policy's official blog details why Boulder, CO might be the next frontier for startups.
Consumers in rich nations waste a combined 222 million tons a year, according to the report. That's almost as much as all the food produced in sub-Saharan Africa.
The results of a recent Business Insider survey suggest that the iPad is gaining momentum as the go-to device for personal computing.
Gas stations at Walmart and Sam’s Club stores are offering $2 off a $20 purchase of gas with a Foursquare checkin.
An American designer speaks about the importance of ICFF to a growing American design movement.