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Technology october 21, 2016

Fragrance Will Release The Smell Of Data If Your Private Information Is Being Leaked

The device is designed to create a physical cue for the potential dangers lurking online

Design & Architecture october 21, 2016

Flower Pencils Create Cherry Blossom Petals When Sharpened

A Japanese stationary company developed the special implements in order to create unique shavings

Augmented & Virtual Reality october 21, 2016

The Simpsons Is Stepping Into The World Of VR

To celebrate their 600th episode, the animated family sitcom created a virtual reality version of their opening gag

Syndicated october 20, 2016

Museum Exhibit Celebrates Strange Architectural Contraptions

Artist William Heath Robinson's peculiar genius is on display in this recent show with wiggling ducts, jumbles of planks and coils of cable

Design & Architecture october 20, 2016

Norwegian Mountaineering Center Mimics A Snow-Capped Mountain

The structure's exterior is clad in a uniform surface of pixels to create a unique climbing experience

Social Media october 20, 2016

Design Series Turns Emojis Into A Coffee Table Book

The Emoji Book will be comprised of different artist interpretations of the ubiquitous symbols

Arts & Culture october 19, 2016

The Next Great Art Movement Will Come At The Swipe Of A Finger

An improved app, optimized digital display and monthly art discovery service round out Electric Objects' renewed commitment to democratizing the art world

Design & Architecture october 18, 2016

Exhibit Shows Design’s Power To Counter Social And Economic Disparities

By The People: Designing a Better America presents stories from a bottom-up approach to improving underserved communities and individuals

Arts & Culture october 18, 2016

This Synthetic Apiary Could Help Save Dwindling Bee Populations

As honeybees become more threatened, scientists are creating manmade spaces for them to thrive in

Food october 18, 2016

A Food Conversation: Where Culture And Technology Collide

PSFK chats with Bitten LA Founder Naz Riahi about bio-hacking, wellness and the future of dining

[Inspiration] Artist animates gifs with traditional Japanese joinery techniques
Arts & Culture october 18, 2016

Interactive Mirror Moves And Shifts With The Viewer

Fragments is a surface of 200 panels that react to the onlooker, creating new ways of framing one's self-image

Retail october 18, 2016

Canada’s First “Library Of Things” Opens Its Doors

The Sharing Depot in Toronto lends out things like toys, power tools, camping equipment and more

Media & Publishing october 18, 2016

This Print Magazine Wants Us To Talk More Openly About Mental Illness

Anxy is a gorgeously designed publication trying to change the conversation surrounding psychological health


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