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Design

This 3D Transportation System Will Probably Change The World

Shweeb-Can's SkySMART seeks to soar over Niagara Falls by 2016.
Sophia Callahan
1.16.17
Interview

The Head of CMU's Robotics Lab Says Self-Driving Cars Are ‘Not Even Close’

A conversation on rebuilding after Uber gutted the top lab.
Jordan Pearson
9.1.16
Design

A Dutch Design Duo Is Cartoon-ifying Sad Furniture

The Nightshop design duo spices up boring office wares with what they call 'Business Furniture.'
Nathaniel Ainley
6.15.16
News

To Remind of Surveillance, Artists Stream Web Cams from Around the World

From picturesque landscapes to busy city squares, surveillance is everywhere.
Joseph Cox
1.6.16
nashville

Nashville's Most Expensive Public Art Rises from the Ground Up

The 'Stix' sculpture consists of 30 painted cedar poles measuring 70-feet in height, also making it the Music City's largest.
Sami Emory
10.2.15
Stuff

Hero Woman Refuses to Be Shamed After Her Public Threesome Goes Viral

When women are caught being sexual on the internet, it's still up to them to find a way to control their own stories.
Sarah Ratchford
7.15.15
Election '15

A Trip to Britain's Busiest Food Bank

We meet one of Newcastle food bank's dedicated volunteers, as well as the locals suffering after years of austerity cuts.
VICE Staff
4.15.15
Art

Behind the Daily Paywall: The Site that Pays You to Read Pirated Articles

Paolo Cirio hacked into the Wall Street Journal, FT, and the Economist, and has published every paywalled story they ran in 2014. And he will pay you to read them.
Brian Merchant
12.22.14
News

Here’s What the British Government Has Been Hiding

We spoke to a specialist about the crimes committed in British colonies.
Katie Engelhart
9.1.14
Art

A Giant Head Sculpture Will Look Down On Chicago This Summer

Millennium Park is celebrating its 10th birthday by unveiling four new installations by sculptor Jaume Plensa.
The Creators Project
5.28.14
Art

Installation Artist Turns Public Street Into Massive Water Slide

Bristol's famed Park Street became a giant water slide in Luke Jerram's latest installation.
Emerson Rosenthal
5.5.14
Stuff

The Good/Bad Art Collective Airs a Snuff Infomercial on Broadcast TV

In the fall of 2013, Texas's Good/Bad Art Collective created a one-night event called <i>CURTAINS</i> in a make-shift television studio. This later culminated in a 28-minute infomercial, <i>FOREVER</i>, which sells the secret to immortality but ends...
Mark Allen
2.8.14
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