Starting tonight through June 9th, the city of Sydney is hosting an annual exhibition of light and music called Vivid Sydney.
How Victorian female stenographers pioneered a unique art form with newfound notoriety in the digital age.
Though we’re pretty sure that time travelers don’t exist, people were working on hypertext — used by web browsers to retrieve connected information — long before computers.
This summer, London’s Barbican Centre will unveil what it hopes to be the most exhaustive display of digital creativity that the UK has ever seen.
Check out this rare footage that captures Le Corbusier as a “young man of 71-years-old” surrounded by paintings and discussing his work, poetry and the “ideal city“ within his 1933, self-designed Paris flat.
Studio Banana Things is proposing on Kickstarter Kangaroo Light, a playful, portable, interactive light designed by Kawamura-Ganjavian.
Back in 2012 we first posted about GIF-ITI, animated murals that UK artist INSA makes by painstakingly painting animation frames on walls and buildings. INSA has created much more fantastic GIF-ITI in the interim, including some intriguing works he made while traveling in Africa.
the ‘LED 1.0′ lamp by italian studio alburno is a representation of the original light emitting diode prototype developed in 1962.
Office collaborated with Ogilvy & Mather New York to create a visual vocabulary for IBM’s Smarter Planet campaign.
When I first spotted these pieces by UK-based artist Katharine Morling, I thought they were delicate paper structures. Imagine my surprise finding out that they’re actually intricate ceramic sculptures. Each piece also is to-scale and life-sized! Whoa.
My name is Jimmy Marble. I live and work in Los Angeles. I make movies, music videos, and take pictures. But, I also draw pictures and build cool objects. My work’s been featured by Booooooooom, Devour, Boing Boing, Flaunt Magazine, Pitchfork Media, Urban Outfitters, io9, The Daily What, It’s Nice That, as well as other […]
Brain Pickings is the brain child of Maria Popova, an interestingness hunter-gatherer and curious mind at large, who has also written for Wired UK, The New York Times, Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab, and The Atlantic, among others, and is an MIT Futures of Entertainment Fellow. Brain Pickings is a human-powered discovery engine for interestingness, a subjective lens on what matters in the […]