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Turkish artist creates 3D pieces that explore the new potential in mundane items.
Literary classics are made more appealing to the younger generation.
The controversial installation featured homeless people, former criminals, punks and single mothers in cages at Hamburg's cultural center.
The Next Big Thing is a partnership between the tech brand and entertainment that is reinventing the rules of marketing.
Artist Jordan Eagles sources his sanguine medium from slaughterhouses and encases it within plexiglass and UV resin.
VineaLove is a matchmaking and networking site for vino lovers.
Lisa Park’s performance 'Eunoia' utilizes an EEG headset to turn her brainwaves into vibrations of sound that create ripples in smal pools.
Polish designer Pawel Piotrowski created a modest tome that looks like food.
Artist Jonathan Wright's whimsical fairy doorways are strewn like hidden gems throughout Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Dutch designer Robin Stam designed and built the iconic structures as part of a South Holland housing project.
Residing at the Chinese Arts Centre in Manchester, The Poundshop is offering designers space to showcase products priced under $20.
Film-makers in UK, Netherlands and Italy to enter a program where they can provide censorship ratings for their movies.
Step underground to peer into the caverns that will be New York's first transport project in 90 years.
A handcrafted mass grave was set up at the National Mall in the country's capital.
Design firm Molo turns stationary into furniture, lighting and room dividers.
Amsterdam Conservatory students transmit their music to the world from their rooms.
Poignant photographs of belongings left behind at a New York mental hospital reveal the private lives of patients.
Pentagram created new signs and graphics for the city's beaches as part of the restoration effort that highlight environmental landmarks.
Artists Aurélie Mathigot and Gerard Richter showcase their art works inspired by the gradual alterations that nature makes to the landscape.
British artist puts dummies in realistic positions on street corners, benches, and headfirst into trash cans to highlight the plight of the homeless.