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Bike Handlebars Designed to Double as a Lock Address Theft Issues
25 august 2014
Denny features a removable handlebar that becomes a bike lock
Designers Compare NYC’s Hamburgers With Various Creative Challenges [Pics]
5 march 2014
Artists are eating one burger a week and relating them to the obstacles and influences in their lives.
Wall Installation Flutters At The Sight Of Passersby [Video]
25 february 2014
Artist’s new project taps into the current responsive architecture trend.
Platform Calculates People’s Charitable Presence On The Web
18 february 2014
Ever wondered what your ‘Giving Footprint’ is? A new project is encouraging consumers to find out.
Interactive Subway Installation Depicts Real-Life Commuters [Video]
12 february 2014
New project brilliantly interprets the thoughts of subway riders in New York City.
Whimsical Inventions Solve Problems People Didn’t Even Know They Had [Pics]
27 january 2014
Artist’s project takes over the windows of renowned British department store Selfridges.
Rippled Wood Boards Map The Sounds Of New York City [Pics]
16 january 2014
Artist takes a fresh approach to capturing the hustle and bustle of the most populous city in the United States.
GIF Portraits Turn Still Shots Into Puzzling Images [Pics]
3 december 2013
A new project presents street photography as you’ve never seen it before.
Dried Food Art Works Warn People To Prepare For Natural Disasters [Pics]
21 november 2013
Artist highlights the vulnerability of countries and the importance of being ready when disaster strikes with new project.
Crowdsourced Posters Reveal Londoners’ Varying Interpretations Of Hot Topics [Pics]
6 november 2013
Researchers posed questions during London Design Week including: If FUTURE were an image, what would it be?
Machines Let Local Citizens Upcycle Their Own Plastics
24 october 2013
Dave Hakkens has developed a number of machines that recycle plastic and let people create new products locally.
Google Glass-Filmed Documentary Goes Where Normal Camera Crews Can’t [Video]
9 october 2013
Crown Heights, Brooklyn is the subject of a new style of filmmaking using one of the most talked about technologies of the year.
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