← Back to Homepage
What can you do with vegetables? An unusual answer would be: making music. The Vegetable Orchestra from Vienna performs on instruments made of fresh vegetables.
View The Vegetable Orchestra →
' The art of the eco-mindshift' is a very interesting TED-talk by Natalie Jeremijenko where art meets science.
View Natalie Jeremijenko →
'How do we sit together and lead a discussion. Not with one or two persons, but all of us on the planet. To start to raise the questions about what's important.'
View Open source documentary: Problema →
This book is for all people who love stories and are convinced about the power of the narrative. Rob Walker & Joshua Glenn started this literary and economic experiment with the goal to test the following hypothesis:
View Significant Objects →
Do you know the feeling of impatiently standing in front of the traffic lights? Sandro Engel and Holger Michel solved the problem and developed a playful and powerful interaction in urban space.
View Pong traffic light →
Ant Ballet is a 2-year investigation by Designer Ollie Palmer into the parallels between human and ant communication
View Ant Ballet →
Do you have any clue how lemon, thyme and white chocolate sounds?
Listen to the taste at science gallery's latest exhibtion EDIBLE at Dublin's science gallery.
View EDIBLE →
Interesting location based storytelling project in Berlin.
View Public is the new private →
Luke Jerram's sculpture was made to contemplate the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan.
View Tōhoku Japanese Earthquake Sculpture →
Check out this little circus of bugs to power a smartphone, presented by Snapdragon.
View The Bug Circus Generator →
Page optimized by WP Minify WordPress Plugin