In his Dreamscapes series, Los Angeles native Anthony Samaniego photographs his beloved city using a palette of pastels and muted rainbows, transforming the sprawling metropolis into a candy-colored paradise.
Lihong Wang creates the sort of medical technology you'd expect to find on the starship Enterprise. Wang, a professor of biomedical engineering at Washington University in St. Louis, has already helped
Weird & Wild New camera-trap footage shows a genet on the back of a black rhinoceros in South Africa. An expert weighs in on the bizarre interaction. The saga of animals riding on other animals continues.
China would seem to have the best chance at reining in Uber. It’s a market that has stymied giants like Google and Facebook, and local technology firms often enjoy the tacit or explicit support of the
It’s inspiring — in a crazy sort of way — to consider how efficient Google can be in keeping track of information about you. Today, Google announced the launch of “Your Timeline,” a tool in Google Maps
A 1957 infographic of Walt Disney’s corporate theory reveals a complex web of strategic channels. The illustration might be nearly 60 years old, but it’s still the basis of the brand’s success. When Disney
A new exhibition sheds light on an artist who, despite producing some of the most popular images in modern art, remains an enigma. Even if you don’t know much about the man, you know M.C. Escher’s work.
There are thousands of species that may not be around for long. This story was updated on October 22, 2018. The term “endangered species” usually brings to mind charismatic animals—fluffy pandas and majestic
Home / PhotographyCreative Dam Curry is a Popular Dish Near Famous Dams in Japan By on May 24, 2015 A culinary trend known as “dam curry” is delighting diners all across Japan. Dam curry is a special featuring
Science News Lucy and her kin weren't the only human ancestors to live in modern-day Ethiopia 3.3 million years ago, scientists say. They report that a different species, similar but not identical to was
The currency of branding is one of optimism. Logos and slogans are designed to be relentlessly cheery, and the intended effect of viewing them is that of Ren and Stimpy’s Happy Helmet. Be happy! No! Happier!
“We’re only at the beginning of something really exciting,” Spotify CEO Daniel Ek says. “There is a profound change happening in music.” While the first of these observations is perhaps subjective, there’s
The International Institute for Species Exploration and the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry have announced the top 10 new species discovered last year, including a "chicken from hell"
Forget the Taj Mahal and the Colosseum – some of the world’s most impressive structures remain out of the public eye. We’ve all heard of the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China, and the Taj Mahal. But about
People with extraordinary memory talents suggest that your mind may be capable of retaining more than you think, says Adam Hadhazy. Unlike digital cameras with full memory cards that cannot snap any more
And it is closing in on parity with the dollar. That is something that several analysts expected to happen perhaps by the end of 2016. If the currency keeps falling at anything like this pace, it will
Want a world without wires? Ikea wants to make that dream come true, too. Ikea is adding wireless charging to its furniture, with a new line of lamps, bedside tables, and desks. Now, unless you’re a tech
Instead of the typical coffin burial, Italian designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel developed an eco-friendly alternative. It’s called Capsula Mundi, and it uses egg-shaped pods that hold a deceased
Fine art photographer Vincent Bourilhon expresses his dreams of a dynamic, vibrant world through enchantingly whimsical images. The Paris-based creative, who first first picked up a camera at the age 16,
Because of factors such as lower unemployment rates and student loan debt, millennials have deferred major life events like getting married, having kids and buying a home, Goldman Sachs Global Investment