Loop Biotech's eco-friendly mushroom coffins are designed to decompose.
Speedos, the famously ultra-tight swimming attire, showed so much leg on the conservative beaches of Australia that men were arrested.
Isamu Noguchi (1904–1988) was one of the most influential designers and sculptors of the 20th century.
IKEA’s Nytillverkad line is inspired by vintage looks that should be familiar to long-time shoppers.
Researchers at MIT looked at "postmortem crème distribution" to see if two Oreo wafers can have an equal amount of filling after being twisted.
Burlington, Vermont’s Higher Ground has a long history of producing iconic concert posters in collaboration with local arts organizations.
Toblerone is no longer Swiss enough for the Swiss mountain peak in its logo.
Here are some of the best inventions by women throughout history, from the paper bag to windshield wipers, circular saws, and more.
The Academy Award for Best Costume Design doesn’t *always* go to a period drama.
‘Viva Magenta’ is ‘brave,’ ‘fearless,’ ‘audacious,’ and ‘full of wit.’ What does that look like? Magenta.
‘Äpplet’ had a more successful naval career than its short-lived sibling, the ‘Vasa.’ Studying its wreck could help explain why.
See what a chainsaw does to a pumpkin that's too big to fit on most people's porches.
No, you're not supposed to use the square McFlurry spoons from McDonald's like a straw.
Just snap a picture of your random LEGO assortment and Brickit will provide inspiration.
What was it like to stay in Frank Lloyd Wright’s Imperial Hotel? This video reimagines its grandeur.
In a career that has spanned more than 60 years, Don Bluth has been a director, animator, production designer, video game designer, illustrator, and teacher with such beloved films as 'The Secret of NIMH' and 'An American Tail' to his credit.
Shopping for the best bedroom pillows? Keep these expert tips in mind.
While the exact phrase didn’t enter the language until the 1930s, using children as a means to raise funds for hospitals goes way back.
Decades after it was observed at an English café, experts still aren't sure how this illusion works.