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Haunting Photos of Life 20 Years After the Bosnian War

Twenty years later, the aftermath of war can still be seen everywhere. The post Haunting Photos of Life 20 Years After the Bosnian War appeared

Meet Justin Lin, the Most Important Blockbuster Director You’ve Never Heard Of

The director supercharged the Fast and Furious franchise and gave it global appeal. Now he's about to soup up Star Trek. The

Heavenly Aerials of Pools Will Send You Right Into Summer

A photographer choppers over swimming pools across Germany to capture their geometric, inviting beauty. The post Heavenly Aerials of Pools Will Send You Right Into

Always Moving? This Modular Furniture Is Easy to Take Apart

The ability to deconstruct furniture is often as important as building it in the first place. The post Always Moving? This Modular Furniture Is Easy

These Astonishing Bug Closeups Will Convert All You Haters

Photographer Levon Biss zooms allllllll the way in on insects from around the world. The post These Astonishing Bug Closeups Will Convert All You Haters

The Underwater Archaeologist Who Surfaced Not One, But Two Ancient Egyptian Cities

Franck Goddio left his job at the UN to pursue his passion for underwater archaeology and discovered lost Egyptian cities in the muck of Alexandria

Get Ready for the World to Be Covered in Electronic Ink

If the world's going to be filled with screens, those screens are going to be e-paper. The post Get Ready for the World to Be

The Hulking, Retro Computers That Made Way for Your iPhone

James Ball digitally restores monstrous machines to make them shine like new. The post The Hulking, Retro Computers That Made Way for Your iPhone appeared

Peek Inside London’s Epic New Train System Before It Opens

A $21 billion infrastructure project is starting to look real. The post Peek Inside London's Epic New Train System Before It Opens appeared first on

You Can Use Your Phone to Check This Smart Luggage In

An electronic ink display and a mobile app lets you skip some of the airport lines with this luggage. The post You Can

You Know What’s Nice on the Eyes? High-Frequency Stock Trading

Two artists turned high-frequency data trading into art. The post You Know What's Nice on the Eyes? High-Frequency Stock Trading appeared first

The Newest Selfie Hot Spot: Giving the Finger to Trump Tower

Social media allows people to share their political opinions. These Instagrammers have found a way to share theirs. The post The Newest Selfie Hot Spot:

The Age of the Hyperloop Has Arrived. Well, for the Most Part

The futuristic transportation of tomorrow that billionaire rocketeer Elon Musk dreamed up in 2012 passed its first test Wednesday. The post The Age

Your Instagram App Just Got a Big Makeover

Instagram gave its icon and interface a much-needed refresh. The post Your Instagram App Just Got a Big Makeover appeared first on WIRED.

This Hackable Wearable Is for Kids Who Don’t Mess Around

The Mover is the newest product from Technology Will Save Us. The post This Hackable Wearable Is for Kids Who Don’t Mess Around appeared first

Before and After the Insane Fort McMurray Fire, From 350 Miles Above Earth

A pair of satellites give first responders a view of the fire's devastation. The post Before and After the Insane Fort McMurray Fire, From 350

What Polaroid? The I-1 Is an Instant Camera Designed for 2016

Impossible Project's new I-1 instant camera is boxy yet sleek, like a modern descendant of the Land Camera, Polaroid’s first camera from 1948. The post

Forget Golden Hour. Hong Kong’s Blue Hour Is Where the Magic’s At

Hong Kong is transformed by the beautiful, mysterious light that occurs just after sunset. The post Forget Golden Hour. Hong Kong's

Haunting Long-Exposure Photos of Your Favorite Movies

Jason Shulman calls his images a “subtle translation” and “photographic gestalt” of famous films. The post Haunting Long-Exposure Photos of Your Favorite Movies appeared first

They Don’t Call Colorado the Mother of Rivers for Nothin’, Folks

Among the many nicknames Coloradans have for their state, "the mother of rivers" is particularly apt. The post They Don't Call Colorado the Mother of

Space Photos of the Week: Greenland and the Amazing Technicolor Coastline

Space photos of the week, May 1–7, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: Greenland and the Amazing Technicolor Coastline appeared first on WIRED.

The Bloody History of War, Illustrated by Design Legend Seymour Chwast

Push Pin Studios legend is illustrating a book about the 5,000-year history of warfare. The post The Bloody History of War, Illustrated by Design Legend

Vans’ Nintendo-Themed Kicks Will Koopa-Stomp Into Your Heart

Vans and Nintendo make for one peachy tie-up. The post Vans' Nintendo-Themed Kicks Will Koopa-Stomp Into Your Heart appeared first on WIRED.

This Guy Peers Through People’s Open Webcams to Create Art

Kurt Caviezel has snapped more than 4 million photographs by peering through open webcams and IP cams on all seven contents. The post This Guy

Porsche Embraces Satan, Goes Full-Tilt With Turbochargers

In giving up natural aspiration, Porsche's engineers took on the challenge of history. The post Porsche Embraces Satan, Goes Full-Tilt With Turbochargers appeared first on

Alone in the Dark, Old-School Projectionists Keep Film From the Grave

The projection booth is a digital domain where the art of threading film gave way to pushing a button. But as with all technology,

$3,000 Guitar Made of ‘Solid Linen’ Looks and Plays Like Wood

Blackbird's El Capitan Guitar looks and sounds like it's made from wood, but it's a totally different material. The post $3,000 Guitar Made of 'Solid

Spoil the Mom in Your Life With These 13 Mother’s Day Gifts

We picked the 13 best gifts for mom, whether they're new to the game or they taught you everything you know. The post Spoil the

In the Arctic, School Portraits Are 50 Percent More Charming

The indigenous Netets tribe send some of their children to boarding school for nine months a year, and the only way to get there is

Beyond Soup Cans: Check Out Andy Warhol’s Charming Book Art

An exhibit, up now at The Morgan Library & Museum in New York, features more than 130 artifacts from Warhol's body of book-related work. The

The Little Telescope That Just Discovered Three Exoplanets and One-Upped Kepler

These exoplanets might be habitable, but their star looks nothing like the sun. The post The Little Telescope That Just Discovered Three

Moog’s New App Is a Spot-on Recreation of a Classic Synth

The Moog Model 15 Synthesizer app is an iOS-powered recreation of Moog's iconic Model 15 modular synthesizer from 1973. The post Moog's New App Is

Venture Into a Surreal Salt Mine 2,000 Feet Below Lake Erie

The US dumps about 19.5 million tons of salt on its roads each year. Ricky Rhodes wanted to see where all that salt comes from.

Marvel at the Wonder of Star Wars: The Force Awakens Recreated in Emoji

This three-minute version of J.J. Abrams' movie even has BB-8's flaming thumbs-up and Kylo Ren and Rey's Force-off. The post Marvel at the Wonder of

Star Wars: The Force Awakens Recreated with Emoji Is as Awesome as It Sounds

This three-minute version of J.J. Abrams' movie even has BB-8's flaming thumbs-up and Kylo Ren and Rey's Force-off. The post Star Wars: The Force Awakens

NY’s Iconic Buildings Are Even More Stunning in Unfamiliar Lands

In “Misplaced → New York,” a photography-meets-architecture project, designer Anton Repponen transplants iconic NYC buildings onto unfamiliar landscapes. The post NY's Iconic Buildings Are Even

Weird Glowing Squares Run Rampant in the Canadian Wilderness

Benoit Paillé rigs glowing squares in unlikely places. The result is equal parts weird and awesome. The post Weird Glowing Squares Run Rampant in the

Space Photos of the Week: These Galaxy Clusters Are, Like, Crazy Mysterious

Space photos of the week, April 24–30, 2016. The post Space Photos of the Week: These Galaxy Clusters Are, Like, Crazy Mysterious appeared first on

Come on, You Know You Want a Chair Made Out of a 737 Engine

Meet Fallen Furniture, a design outfit run by two brothers in Bath, in the U.K. The post Come on, You Know You Want a Chair

America Is Still Great—Just Look at Yellowstone’s Majestic Creatures

Photographer Taylor Glenn makes stunning portraits gray wolves, black bears, mountain lions, and more. The post America Is Still Great—Just Look at Yellowstone's Majestic Creatures
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