Despite inventing dozens of groundbreaking fonts in the 1920s, most of W.A. Dwiggins' creations never saw the light of day. Until now.
Graphic designer and public transport enthusiast Peter Dovak combines his two passions in a project aiming to bring a bit more beauty to the world’s metro maps.
When Gábor Kasza decided to turn his photos of unfinished concrete buildings into a book, he knew exactly what to make the slipcase out of: the hard, grey stuff itself.
Tiny homes don’t come much tinier than the Camper Kart – a one-person pop-up sleeper made out of recycled materials and affixed to a shopping trolley.
A new project aims to recreate the Japanese metropolis in 100 tiny, 3D-printed pieces.
At a time where electronics are often replaced rather than repaired, a rogue group of hackers are soldering against the system. They are circuit benders, and they’re giving new life to old tech.
Gangs in the '70s and '80s meant business – so much so that many even had their own business cards. A new book by urban historian Brandon Johnson looks at 60 of the best.
“Sound tracker” Gordon Hempton is on a mission to save the last silent places in nature.
When the singularity occurs and we’re all enslaved by machines, it’ll pay to be on the good side of whoever runs TheOldRobots.com, a one-stop repository of information about – you guessed it – old robots.
Melbourne studio yelldesign make mouth-watering, paper cut-inducing meals and cocktails entirely out of paper.
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