You don’t need to be a designer to appreciate how things are created and how they function in the world. You just have to be interested. And yes, you have to judge, often based on a first impression. Here, designer Chip Kidd shares some examples of objects and places that form his ideas about design and how it can work — or not.
As the Cooper Hewitt opens its doors after a three-year renovation, we take a look at what the curators have put together — including an exhibit put together by Maira Kalman and technology from Local Projects.
Photographer Adam Magyar shoots the world at high speed and then slows it down to 56 times the length of reality.
Robin Nagle is the anthropologist-in-residence at the Department of Sanitation in New York. See her city with nine photos by Ryan Lash.