Wed May 22
Sixteen year-old Paul Vermeesch re-images Star Wars in one-cubic-foot of Legos.
Emile Leray took a desert disaster and turned it into an innovation.
Summer is hot. Reading is cool. This summer, take time for some quality books. Because, when else?
Forget hovering over blurry roads and piles of green. Google Earth takes you inside world heritage sites.
Spencer West climbed Africa's Mt. Kilimanjaro using only his arms. That's ascension.
Meet the residents of Oak Ridge, Tennessee. They live by nuclear waste.
Himalayan honey is retrieved, biannually, by the Nepalese. It's so good it's intoxicating.
Massimo Vitali shoots wide-angle, panoramic pictures that show vital human interactions.
A life-size sticker book? Yayoi Kusama lets viewers participate actively in her creation.
Theo Jansen's Strandbeests are made of pipes and bottles and fueled by wind and sun.