This infographic shows you why the rich stay rich.
Why is the coffee sleeve in the MOMA? Because life is so much better with it around…the humble story behind the ubiquitous coffee sleeve.
Want to know what dirty words your great great great grandfather probably used? Here, 2,600 slang terms for genitalia throughout the ages…
Here is what the post-apocalyptic world may look like.
"We live in a world that is so saturated by design and branding that these homemade begging signs just get drowned out…We want people to see these signs, and be curious about the person holding it.”
The Signs for the Homeless project exchanges handwritten panhandling signs for colorfully illustrated, eye-catching recreations that aim to give the homeless a power that most of us take for granted: The power to be noticed.
Photographer Jeffrey Martin has taken the second largest photo ever.
In this can is a gourmet 12-course meal that includes:
- Selection of local cheeses with sourdough bread
- Pickled Kobe beef with charred strawberry
- Ricotta ravioli with a soft egg yolk
- Shiitake mushroom topped with filled peppers
Christopher Godfrey wanted to show how a sales gimmick can go so far that it ruins a product’s core experience.
Handmade by Fair Trade artisans in Bali out of bamboo, these ships sail through air, not water. Wind fills the sails of the double-masted boat to send it skyward. Though it looks delicate, bamboo has greater tensile strength than steel, and can shrug off crashes on beaches or grass.
DANGER ZONE Pictured above: the orbits of the over 1,000 known Potentially Hazardous Asteroids, or PHA’s. These documented tumbling boulders of rock and ice are over 140 meters across and will pass within 7.5 million kilometers of Earth — about 20 times the distance to the Moon. Although none of them will strike the Earth in the next 100 years, not all PHA’s have been detected — and many of their orbits can become hard to predict. Time for some ion cannons, methinks. (Photo and caption via NASA APOD)