Lessons from the new world of quicksilver work, where “career planning” is an oxymoron. Adam Hasler looks like a footloose millennial. He’s worked as a model, waited tables, and lived all over the world.
The future of business is pure chaos. Here’s how you can survive–and perhaps even thrive. DJ Patil pulls a 2-foot-long metalbar from his backpack. The contraption, which he calls a “double pendulum,” hinged
How brilliantly managed chaos sparks success inside Nike, Box, Cisco, Foursquare, Intuit, and more. If Wes Anderson ever conjures up a hipster mad scientist, he’ll look a lot like Aaron Levie, the cofounder
A new exhibition in London invited top designers to pay tribute to Dieter Rams’s work with Braun. Here are the results. It’s hard to overstate the influence of industrial designer Dieter Rams. At Braun
See the adventures of Professor Lucifer Gorgonzola Butts, Rube Goldberg’s protagonist in many of his 50,000 cartoons, in a new book of Goldberg’s art. From the Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary: Rube Gold·berg.
There has long been a dearth of clothing tailored to trans and butch communities. But a spate of new companies is changing that. Over at the New York Times, John Leland tells the story of Rachel Tutera
You might think that professional photographers, whose craft is being co-opted by Instagrammers and selfie-takers, would be the last to crowdsource “Likes” as a metric to judge a photography contest. again:
The problem with plastic kitchenware is that is looks so…plastic. So while three-year-old Danish design brand Room Copenhagen wanted to make its latest kitchen collection out of durable materials, they
As you all know by now, the world lost a great one yesterday. To commemorate the life of Nelson Mandela, next week’s cover of The New Yorker will show a beautifully powerful oil painting of a younger of
Candy lovers, take a load off with these delectable furnishings. Creator Matthias Borowski made these sweet seats as part of his master’s thesis at the Design Academy Eindhoven, “The Importance of the
Power dynamics, economic upheaval, and design thinking: cubicles aren’t just a Dilbert punch line. A Vancouver design studio created in collaboration with Battersby Howat Architects. West Elm and Inscape's