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Macro shots show what digital superheroes get up to in the real world
Students were challenged to create still and motion digital artworks that incorporated technology
Maison Martin Margiela's 'Yeezus Tour' shoes, though, come at a hefty price
Artist creates intricate sculptures without planning anything in advance
14 endangered animals transformed into stunning pieces of body art
Sharing economy goes analog in Germany and Switzerland
700,000 tombs come to life as part of a project to reinterpret public spaces
STOMPS is an Indiegogo project that encourages children to move by offering a fun incentive
This futuristic looking writing residency provides solitude and promotes creativity
Monsters beaten back with wands, swords, guns, and even a recorder
Hip-hop label partners with headphone brand to develop an app that crowdsources vocal tracks contributions
A Japanese design studio creates a chocolate collection that mirror's an artist's paint set
How can digitization improve men's experience of identifying their ideal scent?
Stylish sex toy doubles as a pendant necklace for all occasions
PES, the filmmaker who create the Oscar-nominated short Fresh Guacamole, turned to Kickstarter for his next stop motion short
Website The Dodo has released an iOS and Android app after finding the majority of its traffic comes from mobile users
Chinese beach balaclavas get the attention of a former Vogue Paris Editor
The principles of origami are finding remarkable applications in NASA technologies
'The Quarterly' is a photo journal that aims to ethically support its contributors by fairly distributing profits among everyone
French artist Le CyKlop turns signs and posts into familiar characters