After such an overwhelmingly positive response to our Cornetto Trilogy homage, we’ve been taking even more iconic characters, and giving them the EVIL treatment. Thanks for all the great feedback so far, folks. Check out our latest doings here! Stay tuned.
Pedestrian Self Hypnosis Station
Nearly a third of Detroit’s homes are vacant, and along with the residences, the city’s stately hotels and cultural centers have been abandoned as well, falling into dramatic disrepair, their grand ruins still showing the promises of a once-booming city.
Terms of Service ingeniously harnesses the power of comics to keep readers engaged. Terms of Service is a newly published digital graphic novel from Al Jazeera that explores the turbulent relationship technology users today have with services provided by big data companies.
Standing in the corner of a Foyles on Charing Cross Road is William Gibson, the father of cyberpunk. This place—a clinical, strip-lit bookshop—is light years away from the seedy, dystopian underworlds depicted in his novels.
A school for design fiction, a project by James Langdon, employs the curious genre of ‘design fiction’ to assert storytelling as the primary function of design, assuming that every artefact has the potential to express the character of the culture that produced it.
This month marked a watershed in space travel. The test launch of NASA’s Orion spacecraft, the first designed to take humans into deep space, ushered in an age where we will be able to stop by Mars for takeout en route to the Mall of Uranus.