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Brooklyn-based studio Fall On Your Sword created a functional musical instrument with the empty tubed packaging.
How one artist predicts people will protect themselves 400 years from now.
Online quizzes match you up with the perfect opera package.
Fresh perspective uncovers a surrealist world above our heads.
The 'Heart of the Community' initiative will support and activate places where the airline serves.
Kinetic sculpture combines psychedelic beats and children's toys.
Visualizations humorously depict people's knowledge of traffic laws, the reality of online dating and more.
National Geographic commissioned Martin Schoeller to capture the mulit-racial face of America.
Director Jason Wishnow has kept the production quiet for over a year, and is now Kickstarting its release.
The profound power of music shines through in this silent performance.
A unique art project and book features the treasures of 22 fictional women.
"Time is a reflection of the civilization that chooses to define it," says the Creative Director of ThePresent, an annual clock.
A new set of applications are turning touch devices into a mobile suite of creative tools that empowers artists.
Photos capture the claustrophobic conditions that people subject themselves to every day.
The Not A Bug Splat project places large scale images of people, including children on potential aerial targets.
PSFK, with The Curve Report from the NBCUniversal Content Innovation Team, is examining how the Internet is giving rise to a new form of media celebrity.
Tickets are running out for the must-attend event for creative professionals in the tri-state area.
CheapFlights creates an infographic detailing 31 local coffee preparations from 26 different countries.
The Brooklyn Ballet features techno tutus in their take on the classic art form.
The graffiti artist's series will be exhibited at the first Silicon Valley Art Fair.