It took Toronto-based blackLAB Architects 12,000 pencils to make this 14-foot wall of color.
As the iconic San Francisco Bay Bridge reaches its 75th year, a tech-powered public art installation will commemorate its anniversary.
The staying power of the Delorean as a time travel vehicle is undeniable, having shown up in a number of ads and parodies over the years. But the latest twist on the iconic Back to the Future vehicle mashes up time travel with New York City's workhorse, the yellow cab.
The Guardian blogger Jonathan Jones has a bone to pick with Chris Melissinos's "The Art of Video Games" exhibit that is now traveling around the country.
The recent Judge Dredd reboot showed us a world in which a drug could dramatically slow the world down with pleasurable, or horrific effects. Now a very real inventor has created a helmet that simulates that kind of real-time slow motion perception, but without the druggy side-effects.
The Art of Video Games, the Smithsonian's partially crowd-sourced exhibit on the visual history of video games is going across the country. The EMP Museum in Seattle will play host to the exhibit from February 15 to May 12 in 2013.
By now it's well known that scientists are experimenting with insect-electronics hybrids, resulting in some rather interesting scenarios, including remote-controlled insect drones. Now an artist has taken that idea to its next logical conclusion by creating a concept insect army.
Last month, British car manufacturer McLaren Automotive unveiled its latest masterpiece, the P1. But leading up to that unveiling the company created a very special teaser that mixes a bit of art and science.
There are many ways a geek can decide to depart this Earth if lucky enough to be given a choice (with light saber in hand, clutching the neck of a Terminator, etc.). But for those of us who'd like to leave with the comfort of a friend, a new robotic solution may be available.
The 2012 Space Foundation Student Art Contest is one of those things that makes those of us who are (for all practical purposes) "old" wonder just what the heck we were doing when we were kids. No matter what sort of answers we come up with, it's probably nothing as beautiful or creative as these works of space art by children from pre-K through high school.