Andrew Christenberry

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David Bowie’s Top 100 Books

“David Bowie Is,” the extensive retrospective exhibit of the artist and his fabulous costumes, hit Toronto last Friday (see our post from earlier …

YOSEMITE by Adam Debreczeni on Exposure

website<p>https://www.heyadam.photo/yosemite<p>Exposure<p>After spending the night at the lovely Narrow Gauge Inn, Alexa and I drove through the south …

Interactive Illumination

The Infinity Light is an interactive lighting solution that you can control with your hands all without touching! How? Its integrated motion sensors …

A Mesmerizing Light Sculpture Modeled After Schools Of Fish

If you’re at Heathrow airport and you’re keen on a decadent $200 lunch at Caviar House & Prunier, you now have more to look at than the perfectly toasted blinis. The restaurant commissioned Cinimod Studio to create this terrific sculpture, <i>Emergence</i>, whose glowing LEDs spiral 43 feet up towards the …

What It’s Like To Be An American Architect In The Former USSR

Transparent buildings, occasionally shady governments, and culture clashes.<p>What’s it like to be a Western architect in Eastern Europe? <i>Curbed</i> took a look at some of the American architects who are busy reshaping skylines of the former USSR–like Lee Skolnick, FXFOWLE Architects, and HMA2, all based …

What Bruce Lee Can Teach You About Design

Bruce Lee’s fighting style was to let his opponent determine the approach–a mindset that helped shape the design philosophy of one of Nike’s former top shoe designers.<p>Bruce Lee didn’t know much about design, but he was not short on useful life philosophies. Which is why D’Wayne Edwards, who was …

The Makings Of A Great Logo

Six questions to ask yourself when designing a brand<p>Your company’s logo is the foundation of your business branding. It is probably the first interaction that you will have with your customers. An effective logo can establish the right tone and set the proper ethos. After years of crafting logos …

NASA Moon Imaging Channels Van Gogh’s “Starry Night”

For the past five years, we’ve had a satellite in orbit around our moon, scouting the surface through radiation, infrared, ultraviolet, neutrons, radar, and good old-fashioned sunlight. It’s all in service of a map: NASA is mapping out the most compelling scientific possibilities to explore further.<p>…

Abstract Photographs Explore The History Of Light Therapy

If the sun could paint a self-portrait, it might look like one of the images in Danish photographer Nicolai Howalt’s new series, “Light Break: Wavelength.” Resembling abstracted starbursts, eclipses, or minimalist tie-dye, these gorgeously colored compositions blur the line between photography, …

Mother of Pearl Shell Skull Carvings by Gregory Halili | Colossal

<p>Born and raised in the Philippines, New Jersey-based artist Gregory Halili is deeply influenced by the vegetation and wildlife he experienced as a …

The Internal Honeycombs That Make Tabletops Rigid, Lightweight and Cheap

Back in '09 we showed you an <i>Ultimate Factories</i> clip of an IKEA factory revealing what's inside their lightweight tabletops. That clip has since been …

Walk Inside A Giant Wooden Maze

The word “tapumes,” in Brazilian Portuguese, means something like “fencing” or “boarding,” and it refers to the cheap, splintery plywood-like wood product used to create the cheapest homes in the country. Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira often works with it, but his new installation, …

Bird Sculptures Constructed from Wire by Celia Smith Look like Detailed Sketches | Colossal

<p>UK artist Celia Smith works with various forms of wire to create delicate bird sculptures and installations. While somewhat abstract in appearance, …

Silence/Shapes by Filippo Minelli

In 2009, Italian artist Filippo Minelli began his research on silence. This unusual research was sparked by video footage of political …

The Future Of America’s Roads: Smart Streets, Cars That Communicate

Population growth paired with a lack of “appetite for investment” in transportation systems means big challenges for Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. His solution? Creativity, cars that talk to each other, and a data innovation challenge.<p>When Anthony Foxx was sworn in as the …

It Pays To Be Bored

Having nothing to do is a great way to get thinking done.<p>Life has always had distractions, from the Black Plague to television, but these days distraction feels like a way of life. “It’s hard to be bored almost anywhere,” cultural anthropologist Genevieve Bell said in a 2011 TEDx talk. Digital …

Total Lockdown

What’s worse than a stolen bike? Finding out that you don’t have enough fare to get home! The Transit Bicycle Lock and Carrier system will ensure …