Pirate Bay Founder: ‘I Have Given Up’
The socialist and filesharing pioneer Peter Sunde is not optimistic about the open internet.
This Erotica Author Has Fetishized Clippy, 'Tetris,' and Pluto as a Giant Penis
Leonard Delaney writes some nasty fiction about tech culture.
How to Find Your Friends at a Festival
We've compiled a list of the most efficient search strategies with the help of rescuers, robots, and sharks.
The Netherlands Is Crazy for a Soup Called Snert
I had never cooked pea soup in my life. For my first time, I figured, why not enter the World Cup?
Big Ben and the Eiffel Tower Become Gorgeous Coffee Makers
Ever wanted to brew your coffee inside the Tower of Sauron? Now you can, thanks to Korean design studio Dutch Lab.
Meet the Artists Behind Darkside's Mirrored Moon Tour Sculpture
We talked to Christopher Gabriel and Arnout Hulskamp, the electrifying Norwegian and Dutch 'live scenography' duo known as Children of the Light.
Surreal Black and White Photos Immortalize Oldest Trees on Earth
For 'Portraits of Time,' Beth Moon spent 14 years capturing the Earth's most ancient survivors.
'Rijks Emotions' Finds Your Face in a Classical Painting
Find your döppelganger in a classical painting in the Austrian Rijksmuseum's art collection.
Architects Plan To Save Urban Wildlife With A Floating Nature Tower
We spoke to Waterstudio co-founder Koen Olthuis about his ambitious plan to build floating wildlife preserves inside major cities.