The indie crafts movement meets mainstream publishing in these colorful, high-thread-count book jackets
Perhaps playing an educator who teaches a school of kids to read the sheets inspired Mr. Holland's music-related invention
Among this week's curious travel destinations: an island of fire and ice, a Japanese ghost town, and a colony of monkeys
Molly Dilworth thought that getting some of her work photographed by Google's satellites would be the secret to success
The Dunphys' middle child stresses about birds falling from the sky and cows dropping dead
An event urges women to post fruits, each one representing a different relationship status, to raise awareness for breast cancer
What would Helvetica look like if it were a person? Maybe like one of the models on this Spanish design studio's posters.
Jim Henson created two twin dolls, happy Wilkins and cranky Wontkins, made from fabric-wrapped foam rubber
Are graphic tees the best way to raise money for disaster relief? Or a jarring mix of compassion and commerce?
From tiny plots to wide-open "rural cemeteries" and modern "memorial parks," the evolving design of cities of the dead
A virtual hospital reduces the amount of face-time patients have with doctors, but it also cuts out unnecessary (and costly) visits
The architect behind Pennsylvania's iconic Fallingwater patented some new techniques necessary to bring his buildings to life
Journeys in space and time with The Atlantic. Today: A couple returning to where they got married struggles to accept change and modernization.
A new study finds that women who seek approval based on how others' see them have a much more active media presence
Jacobs designs couture garments and runway-ready looks, but also expensive rings for carrying around your loose ice
It makes sense that the variety show host would patent an accordian-themed design--he started his career as a musician
A late night hearing turned into a two-week sit-in after public testimonies were cut short