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You’ve known you were destined to dwell in outer space ever since you first saw The Jetsons.<p>Maintaining a light-filled interior can be difficult, especially if you’re moving into a compact apartment within a dense...<p>Don’t have ten acres to stuff full of perennials? Fret not! Gardens can make a big …

This Beautiful iPhone Game Is All About Bonsai On An Alien World

Now available for iOS, Prune is like the Monument Valley of tree pruning.<p>Bonsai seems like a slow-paced subject for a great video game, but <i>Prune</i> might be the best designed iOS game to come around since Monument Valley: a lovely, serene, and haunting puzzler about bonsai on an alien planet.<p>In <i>Prune</i>, …

A Pair Of Sunglasses That Simulate LSD Hallucinations

Viewing the world through rose-colored glasses is boring. What about hallucinogenic-, psychotropic-, electric-Kool-Aid-colored glasses instead? Wayfarer, meet way out: Hungarian artist Bence Agoston has created a pair of sunglasses that can simulate hallucination. (At least the visual kind.)<p>In …

Tokyo’s 1960s National Stadium Immortalized In Clever Furniture

Just as Japan “lost” one National Stadium this week, its previous arena has returned—this time in the form of handsome stools, chairs, and benches reincarnated from the cobalt-blue seats originally located in Kenzo Tange’s 1964 structure.<p>The Japanese furniture company Karimoku smartly scooped up …

These Beautifully Styled Food Photos Are Like Visual Recipes

Cooking is an exercise in precision. Even once you get the hang of things and start to forego recipes for intuition, you still need a level of innate exactitude for your dishes to come out just right. Danish photographer Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj captures this sentiment with his collection of pristine …

Snow Peak Hozuki Lantern 2.0 “Listens” to Conserve Power

Japanese outdoor brand Snow Peak is quite popular amongst those with an adventurer’s heart and a designer’s eye. Their original Hozuki lantern was an …

Heart on my wrist

Most amateur sportspeople know nothing about how to exercise. By which I mean where to draw the line with their routines. If not under expert …

Counterpoise Chair by Kaptura de Aer

Kaptura de Aer designed Counterpoise, a sculptural plywood chair made up of two curvy components that come together to provide balance. Individually, …

NASA Discovers Earth 2.0

A newly discovered planet—called Kepler-452b—is so similar to Earth that NASA has dubbed it Earth 2.0. The far-off planet rests roughly 1,400 light years away in the constellation Cygnus and orbits inside its star’s habitable zone, where it’s warm enough for liquid surface water. Kepler-452b’s …

Extraterrestrial Life

Elaine Yan Ling Ng's interactive Sundew installation coils in response to movement

Crystal-covered strands in London designer Elaine Yan Ling Ng's Design Miami/Basel installation respond to movement nearby by curling and twisting, …

Gwilym Gold: Flex

In this simple yet spellbinding 3D-rendered video (directed by visual artist and regular collaborator Eddie Peake) for Gwilym Gold's track "Flex," two characters have an intimate encounter that many are familiar with. But the ambiguity, paired with affection, offers a different, almost uneasy …

‘No Place Like Home’ – Paintings by Artist Sam Octigan

Selected paintings by Melbourne-based artist Sam Octigan from his latest solo exhibition ‘No Place Like Home’ at the RVCA Corner Gallery.<p>Sam Octigan …

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Tokyo unveils 2020 Olympics logo by Kenjiro Sano

The logos for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games by Japanese graphic designer Kenjiro Sano have been unveiled by the event organisers.<p>The …

Artist Celebrates Late Grandfather by Drawing the 100,000+ Items in His Tool Shed

Artist Lee John Phillips is commemorating his late grandfather in a heartwarmingly creative way. When the illustrator's beloved relative passed away, he left behind an old shed containing over 100,000 individual tools and trinkets. To celebrate these remnants, his grandfather, and the place where …