Afghanistan

Beauty Perfume Line Uses Raw Ingredients From Conflict Zones To Support Victims

Now sold at Sephora, beauty brand 7 Virtues is working with local suppliers in the hopes of helping farmers from rebuilding nations

Design The Inclusive Monuments To Reinvigorate America

After a year of questioning the figures and causes honored by statues across the U.S., artists and foundations are choosing to change the conversation

Packaging & Product Engagement Inside The Festival That's Trying To Change The World

Antidote is an Australian festival that curates a weekend of ideas, art and action

Design Flash Mob Art Project Arms Crowds In Kabul With 10,000 Pink Balloons

Yazmany Arboleda hopes to spread a little bit of happiness in the war-torn capital of Afghanistan.

Technology British Soldiers Use Palm-Sized Helicopter Drones For Surveillance

The UK Ministry of Defence has started to use Black Hornet Nano drones to help troops in Afghanistan.

Home Portrait Series Shows Effect Of War On Soldiers’ Faces [Pics]

In a series of before, during and after photographs, Lalage Snow captures the physical toll a deployment takes on a person.

Advertising US Army Uses Strategy Game To Embed Lessons Of Cultural Awareness [Future Of Gaming]

'Culture Shock: Afghanistan' is a PC-based strategy game being tested by the armed forces that prepares captains for deployment by teaching them lessons in cultural awareness.

Gaming & Play Key Trend: Using Gaming To Embed Knowledge

Educators are building game experiences as a way to create an intuitive and engaging environment for players of any skill-level to deepen their knowledge about a wide-range of social and academic topics.

Work Military Struggles To Find Helium For Spy Blimp Surge [Headlines]

The Defense Logistics Agency is unable to keep up with the demand in Afghanistan to keep these surveillance tools in the air.

How Urban Arts Are Transforming Asia's Youth Culture

An exhibition in Berlin spotlights how skateboarding, breakdancing, and street art are influencing Central and Eastern Asia.

Advertising Shepard Fairey On The Political & Physical Reaction To His Art

In this article, the artists explains the work he did in Copenhagen and why it's wrong to connect it to the local authorities there.

Luxury Monocolumn: Is Obama's Message Of Change Now One Of Compromise?

In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, we learn that as the United States reaches its debt limit, its Obama's slow-yielding attempts at turning around the recession that are being blamed.

Technology Tracking The Taliban? Soldier Develops An App To Do Just That

An iPhone app designed for use in combat has been developed by Captain Jonathan Springer, a U.S. soldier.

Work US Soldiers To Use Smartphones With Translation Capabilities In Afghanistan

The TRANSTAC Project is an effort to break the language barrier between the military and locals.