A new HBO doc paints a grim picture of the medium’s future as landmarks are torn down and artists move indoors November 30, 2014 7:00pm (UTC) This article originally appeared in Full Stop. Last week, debuted
A retrospective of Estes’s photorealistic paintings features panoramas more luminous and detailed than what many cameras can capture. With so many art critics declaring painting dead, photorealism can
London-born designer Shamees Aden has fashioned the footwear of the future. The protocell shoe is 3-D printed and made from a synthetic biological material that would function like a second skin and could
Co.Design gets an early look at Monument Valley, an Escher-esque computer game set for release next year. Sixty years after creating landmark works like Relativity, M.C. Escher’s impossible architecture
If you’re like me, you are scrambling last minute to get your friends and family the latest tech gifts. You might be thinking about a new tablet, an iPad, game console, 2 in 1, or maybe even a smart watch.
Having reviewed both of Apple’s latest smartphones here on Forbes (read the reviews of the iPhone 5c and the iPhone 5s here) the dividing line between the two handsets is far more than the $100 difference
It may raise hackles to think that U.S. intelligence officials might be monitoring your telephone and Internet communications, but for most of us it’s only the marketers who are really interested in our
The second in a series. We’ve already written about why 2014 is really, finally the year that the “internet of things”—that effort to remotely control every object on earth—becomes visible in our everyday