Promising levitation, self-decapitation, and Houdini’s death-defying water-torture illusion, these posters sure beat the formulaic movie ads of today. Nowadays, we’re so busy watching cars explode or 3-D
An accounting of my spending reveals that when I told my daughter we couldn't afford the book, what I meant was that I'd rather spend that money on something else. That something, in most instances, is
So many beers, all on one print. [View bigger] You might have noticed that we're pretty big fans of Pop Chart Lab. We like their cocktail chart and their awesome poster of 'The Various Varieties of Fruits'.
[Photo: Stef Ferrari] The Empire State has long been known for apples and Jay-Z, and New York's wine production is getting quite a bit of buzz. But the beer industry is looking better and better; New is
Secret is a social network for the skeletons in your closet, giving it a sense of vulnerability that you just don’t find on Facebook. For a generation of social media addicts, the only thing you don’t
An entrancing new website quizzes users on how different noises make them feel. I’m six or seven, sitting cross-legged on my parents’ bed and watching a spring thunderstorm roll through our town. Or listening,
John Zeratsky gives pointers on the importance of crafting those little bits of text in the UI design of software products. For many technology companies, design is mysterious. So when I work with startups,
A designer eliminates the fashion faux pas of visible panty lines with these strapless underwear. Committing the mortal sin of visible panty lines on the runway of New York Fashion Week could have dire