Digital Matter, at the High Museum
Making of the MX3D Bridge
Levi's® Commuter™ x Jacquard by Google came together to make the first interactive denim garment. The jacket is on view as part of 'Making | Breaking New Arrivals,' on view at...
The UNYQ Align Scoliosis Brace is produced using the latest 3D printing technology.
This Kimono Coat is made from recycled Eileen Fisher sweaters.
Designer Shantell Martin discusses her collaboration with Momentum Textiles.
This table is manufactured using stereolithography, a 3D-printing technique that builds up and solidifies layers of resin.
The Haas Brothers discuss the process for achieving the intricate texture from their Accretion series.
The inspiration and design process for the Temple Dress, by design group threeASFOUR.
How the Ammar Kalo Stratum chair is made.
Video showing the production process for Ammar Kalo's N-Bowl
Arata Fuchi creates a metal ring.
Brompton Bicycle: Production Process in its London Factory
Programmable LED light wallpaper made by Ingo Maurer
This video dives into the process of making a Kinematics 3D Printed Dress
A slideshow depicting how the Emeco Alfie Chair is made, in Pennsylvania
An example of the Aurora Wallpaper is on view as part of 'Making | Breaking New Arrivals.
Irish designer Joseph Walsh's studio, where the Enignum Chair is made.
The Arc Touch Mouse was designed to be portable, comfortable, and sleek.
Few live film recordings were made in jazz clubs in the 1920s. The low lighting, part of a seductive atmosphere key to the experience, made filming difficult. This was also true of live performance...
American jazz had become very popular in Europe by the 1930s, and the Quintette of the Hot Club of France is a pivotal ensemble from the time period. With violinist Stephane Grappelli and guitarist...
Niels Tove Edward Hald’s vase, Rhythm, immediately brings to mind the innovative performance of Louis Armstrong on “Hotter Than That” from 1927. In both Armstrong’s cornet and scat solos,...
Bessie Smith might be the most popular blues artist from the 1920s. Known as the “Empress of the Blues,” she is heard on “Lost Your Head Blues” with Fletcher Henderson on piano and Joseph...