Infographics publisher Pop Chart Lab was founded by a book editor and a designer, so it’s not surprising that the company known for its elaborate posters on the various types of whiskey and the history of lager has published a book on beer, wine and spirits.
A little bit girly, a little bit boho, Evatopia is a haven for creatives of all sorts.
When wearables put design first.
After decades of reshaping the cityscape of Atlanta, famed architect Oscar Harris FAIA returns to his artist roots.
Insomniacs are more adaptable than good sleepers, according to a study by Dr.
I recently stole my husband’s 15-gallon fish tank for my own, wanting to create an underwater garden as beautiful as the coral reef he’d cultivated in the very aquarium I’ve since usurped.
Design just keeps getting smarter, with elegant wall panels from Vitrea and stress-detecting scarves from Microsoft’s research lab.
While wearables has seen its ups and downs in the marketplace, smart jewelry in particular is gaining traction thanks to an ability to address the goals of wearables (track fitness activity, supplement smartphone functions) and appeal to fashion trends — jewelry after all is designed to be pretty.
Where architecture meets film shorts.
From necklaces that monitor your posture to remote-control laundry rooms, the start of 2015 is bustling with new connected devices and smartly designed products.