Car parks are about as inspiring as industrial wastelands, unless they're under the creative direction of designers Craig & Karl.
When we were young we thought that if we closed our eyes in certain circumstances we would become invisible. Didn't work then, but it might now.
Pop quiz: What do Kibo, Zarya and Zvezda have in common? They're all components of NASA's International Space Station (ISS) and feature as this year's calendar gals.
With the motto 'Time has its own time' sitting in the window, Sutton Clocks Shop on New York's Upper East Side harks back to a defiantly pre-digital age.
Make Smith has no official affiliation with Smith Journal, but we wouldn't complain if it did. The Santa Barbara-based label is run by Steve Soria, a third gen leather craftsman.
Over the last decade and a half Alain de Botton has carved a niche for himself as the world's pre-eminent evangelist of popular philosophy.
What do Bach's "Art of the Fugue", the planetary orbits of our Solar System, palindromes and the concept of infinity have in common? They've all been brought together in Daniel Starr-Tambor's mind-stretching "Mandala".
Men, it's official. Women are sick of our facial hair. Let Zak Stoltz's Beard Punch be a warning.
The machines at Melbourne's Modern Motorcycle Company are timeless (not to mention beautiful) feats of design and engineering.
Robert Redford's Sundance Film Festival has kicked off and opening the World Drama category (in about an hour) is Australian feature Wish You Were Here.
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