The Brooklyn manufacturer Good Thing wants to become the go-to for modern, home-grown products at an affordable price. A steady influx of international brands in the United States is touting affordable,
It sounded absurd at first glance, a headline worth double-checking to see if you weren't clicking on an Onion story slipped into your social feeds. "Playboy Mansion: FOR SALE ... But Hef Gets to Stay"
From iOS to Material Design, the legacy of International Typographic Style is everywhere in digital design. That’s pretty impressive, considering the fact that the 1950s-era Swiss design trend was never
When Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik killed 14 people at a holiday office party in San Bernardino on Dec. 2, they were armed with a veritable arsenal: a Smith & Wesson M&P 15 assault rifle, a DPMS
Leave it to Zaha Hadid to stir Chicago's architectural pot. In a public program Thursday night at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Iraqi-born, London-based Hadid — the first woman to win her field's honor,
Just half a year ago, it seemed as if Jennifer Keesmaat might be on the way out as Toronto’s chief planner. The high-profile “celebrity bureaucrat” (as Toronto Life magazine called her) got into a very
“Everything we do is about storytelling,” Stout says. The cover of Texas Monthly‘s July 1992 issue features an portrait of then governor Ann Richards sitting on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. She’s dressed
Dorothy, the British makers of all things infographic, are back with a couple of new prints that explore the vast spectrum of color mentioned in book and film titles. The first print, The Colour of Books,
Through the lens of self-quantification, the data viz guru recounts how much the world has changed in just a decade. For the past decade, interface designer and data viz expert Nicholas Felton has been
If every moment in human history was a single steel ball, Histography is like an 4-D Newton’s Cradle, visualizing how all of these events bump up and knock up against each other on a 14-billion-year time
To mark the publication of his first book, 17-year-old designer Martin Vargic tells us what inspires his maps, and how he works. Where once they were done under the quill of cartographers, maps today made
Chicago is the home of many landmark high-rises and grand park spaces, and the city's architecture photographers are perhaps the best folks to ask when seeking a spectacular vantage point of downtown.