An art project created by Katsuki Nogami snaps photos of human faces and places them on tablet screens to embody those people temporarily.
Ryuichi Sakamoto’s 'Forest Symphony' installation composes music based on the bioelectric data of trees.
Jeff Lam’s Voicemail Diaries project asks strangers to contribute an entry to an audio diary by leaving an anonymous voicemail of private thoughts.
Public transportation buses that educate commuters about historically accurate events using smart screens.
The DIY Kindle Scanner is a machine made from LEGO Mindstorms that automatically photographs each page of an e-book.
Like To Death transforms social media into a mortal time-based experience by presenting a portrait that disintegrates with every thumbs-up.
Design creative David Schwen has created an Instagram art project that pairs foods like bacon and eggs or milk and cookies.
‘Map Your Memories’ is a project by Becky Cooper that challenges strangers to fill in a blank map of Manhattan based on their life experience.
Jeff Thompson's project explores the notion of infinity by slightly changing the pixels of an image.
Susan O'Malley interviewed the local people and designed ten different posters using advice that people would have given themselves when younger.
Brent Holloman captures a profile shot of his baby girl each week, turning the picture into different images like clouds, an egg, stars, and a collage.
An online art project uses wit and simple illustrations to showcase the characteristics of the two pillars of any creative department.
Metrodeck has been printed on found and repurposed subway fare cards scattered throughout NYC, inspired by landmarks across the city.