Though 2014 proved to be another troubling year for the print industry, Americans remained as transfixed by magazine covers as ever. While today one can gather news from a plethora of high-speed, digital platforms, there is still something...Show More Summary
The movie that made Fred MacMurray a cad
In Woody Allen's "Sleeper," a hip party-goer 200 years in the future presents a print of a big-eyed waif child to hostess Luna (Diane Keaton), and Luna breathes in awe, as though it was an original Gaugain: "Oh, it's Keane! It's pure...Show More Summary
Some folks look away from homelessness. Jeremy Cowart looks straight at it, with kindness. Cowart is a Nashville-based celebrity photographer and founded Help-Portrait, a global event that invites photographers to shoot and print portraits...Show More Summary
Call it the MOB doctrine: there are modes of being, ways of existing, levels of reality. I have defended the MOB in these pages and in print, chiefly in "Existence: Two Dogmas of Analysis" in Novotny and Novak eds., Neo-Aristotelian...
It's pretty late in the game to be shopping for any kind of gift right now—with only a couple of hours left, you've got a pretty meager list of store options to choose from, beginning with the gas station and ending with your own room. As long as you don't mind giving a facsimile of the actual gift, though, the awesome 20x200 art and print shop has you covered. Read more...
Provocative artist Megumi Igarashi has been arrested twice in Japan this year for distributing data that lets people make a 3-D printed kayak that incorporates a model of her genitals.
Here’s a new twist on an old concept: The instant camera. PrintSnap, a self-contained camera now in the planning stages by electrical engineer Michael Ciuffo, will use standard cash register receipt paper to print pictures on the spot in a mashup of a really long film roll and a Polaroid. Show More Summary
A reminder to anyone booking travel to escape to a warmer climate this winter: Read the fine print, or you may be surprised by extra fees. UK watchdog Which? is warning consumers about resort fees that turn seemingly great deals into something not so great. Show More Summary
Google abandons the idea of using 3D printing for Project Ara's customized shells.
It’s a relatively young technology, but it’s already making the jump to the final frontier—3D printing has arrived on the International Space Station, and it could be a hugely important part of any future manned missions to Mars and beyond. Show More Summary
It’s Christmas Eve and if you’re reading this, then you’re looking for a distraction and you’ve found it! Print out and make these superhero-themed snowflakes, they will keep your loved ones busy for at least an hour. Just like last year, each one is based on a different hero, this time we’ve got; Captain Marvel, The Flash, […]
Christmas in space-blazing color!
It's the holidays meaning parties, parties and more parties. (Translation: Outfits, outfits and more outfits.) And here are 10 sparkly, printed, jeweled party bags under $50 that look much more expensive than they are. More » 10 Party...Show More Summary
With the New Year right around the corner, it's time to start making your resolutions! Don't let your 2015 goals fall by the wayside - keep track of them by writing them down. Print out and display one of these pretty resolution printables to help keep you motivated throughout the year! (PS they're all free!)
The Associated Press, the only news agency with a bureau in Pyongyang, has an ironclad agreement with the government of North Korea to only print news favorable to the regime, and, in some cases, news that can only be classified as DPRK propaganda, NK News revealed.
Time Inc.’s digital presence is on the upswing. Ad Age reports that for the first time, the publisher’s digital audience has exceeded its print audience. According to ComScore, in November Time Inc.’s collection of sites (including desktop and mobile) had 107 million unique visits. Show More Summary
Want an eBook version of a book that you own in print? Check out bitlit, a new app that will help connect you with an eBook if you can prove that you own the print edition. With the app, you take a “shelfie” of your book shelf. The app will use that photo to see if any of the books on your shelf are eligible for a free download. Show More Summary
Floating heads and technicolor
The print that defined 2014 makes its way to a pair of luxe lows from Balenciaga. By extending it across the toe box, quarter panel, heel counter and – most impressively – over the entire mid and outsole, the French house has produced… The post Balenciaga Marbled Sneakers appeared first on Highsnobiety.