shadow

Photography

Moody Photographs Capture Grit and Beauty

Gil Gilmour shoots shadowy portraits resembling topography.
Antwaun Sargent
5.25.17
nasa

Jupiter’s Shadow Freezes Io’s Atmosphere Solid Every Day

Jupiter, you make a better door than a window.
Becky Ferreira
8.3.16
Art

Islamic Art–Inspired Shadow Box Unites Cultures Through Beauty

Take a new look at Anila Quayyum Agha's stunning Intersections, courtesy of Mark and Angela Walley.
Anya Tchoupakov
10.20.15
Photo

Bizarre Vintage Photos of Nazis Posing with Men in Polar Bear Costumes

This is a very weird snapshot of German and American history.
Thomas Marsh
8.6.15
Art

99 Knives Cut a Surprisingly Comforting Message Out of Shadows

Azerbaijani shadow artist Rashad Alakbarov brings a sharp new work to the Venice Biennale.
Beckett Mufson
4.27.15
Art

Vases Channel Buster Keaton in a Modern Take on Shadow Puppetry

Nothing is as it seems in 'Parade,' the latest installation by interactive design group Dpt., currently on display at Museum of the Moving Image's 'Sensory Stories' exhibit.
Beckett Mufson
4.23.15
Internet

The Race for a Decentralised Silk Road Is On

Shadow wants to offer decentralised currency, trade, and encrypted chat in one place.
Joseph Cox
3.23.15
Design

How Do You Make a Skyscraper with No Shadow?

Architecture firm NBBJ reveal plans for two "shadowless" skyscrapers in London.
Beckett Mufson
3.16.15
Art

Watch a Modern Dance Battle Between Drones and a Human

Avant-garde drone choreography comes alive in Daito Manabe and Elevenplay's 'Shadow.'
Sami Emory
3.13.15
Stuff

The World’s Largest Clairvoyance Experiment Has Begun

I met with Hunter Lee Soik, the 33-year-old behind Shadow—an app that lets you record your dreams upon waking and enter them into a massive database.
Roc Morin
12.26.14
Motherboard Blog

Facebook's 'Shadow Profile' Bug Proves We've Lost Control Of Our Data

What can Facebook do with your data? Or the government? Or a hacker?
Meghan Neal
6.24.13
Motherboard Blog

Is the Release of Secret Drone Memos an Empty Gesture?

The day has come. Sort of--members of two Senate Intelligence Committees now have "access" to classified memos undergirding the legal justification for killing US citizens abroad in the war on al-Qaeda. But is the big reveal merely lip service?
Brian Anderson
2.7.13