The Barcode Piano, both a musical instrument and toy for children to explore the principles behind barcodes through music. A tangible interface that associates each number of a barcode with a musical tone.
The hedgehog-like, streaked tenrecs communicate by rubbing specialized quills on their backs to generate ultrasonic calls. Footage will feature in Wednesday's episode of David Attenborough's Madagascar series.
People try to rescue French artist Julien Berthier when he's out on his clever sculpture, Love Love, that looks like a sinking boat. It's actually a functional boat that was cut in half with a new keel & motor.
The Great Gatsby reads like a VIP guest list of the Jazz Age. Business cards and personal stationery of the movers and shakers that attended Gatsby's parties in the summer of 1922 featured in this poster by Heads of State.
Porsche thanks its 1,000,000 Facebook fans! The 911 GT3 R Hybrid with the names of Porsche’s Facebook fans is on display in the Porsche Museum now. Learn more about the creation of this car and look up your own name in Porsche’s online web special!
This Zip Antique necklace featured in The King's Speech and will soon be on display at the Cooper-Hewitt, where it is part of the 'Set in Style' exhibit featuring over 300 pieces from Van Cleef & Arpels.
Ultimate Factories on the National Geographic Channel is back for another season making a stop this week at Maserati. We'll get an in-depth look at how the GranTurismo Convertible gets built in Torino and Modena, Italy.
Vying for attention in a neighbourhood of luxury outlets, Marc Jacobs‘ Tokyo flagship store has been given a surprisingly simple, yet utterly effective, trio of façades by New York’s Stephan Jaklitsch Architects.
'The Process Series' from Matthew Shlian are works of artistry and geometry. They are composed of over two dozen individual pieces of paper, systematically cut on a flatbed plotter cutter then stacked.