Take a tour of the world’s apparently robust supply of empty castles, power plants, and churches--and witness the surprising grandeur of dilapidation.
A new poster for The Hangover III, purportedly the last in the series, picks up right where Harry Potter left off--promising a big finish.
The launch of Art Talks, as part of the Google Art Project, uses technology to bring some of the art world’s greatest minds to the public.
A heart-shaped installation made out of wood from the carnage of Hurricane Sandy graces New York’s Times Square, reminding visitors what happened.
Istanbul’s Berrge Studio tested the dexterity of potential hires by requiring that tattoo artists fill in a QR code to access a job application.
In the latest round of Dove’s long-running "Real Beauty" campaign, the company leaves a Photoshop Action where photography creatives might find it, in order to sabotage the unrealistic beauty standards they may be supporting.
"Homeland" star Damian Lewis stars in a 15-minute film for Jaguar, hyped with a song by Lana Del Rey. While it might remind you of that other star-studded, high-speed branded content series, Desire looks slick and fun all the same.
The Elevator Murder Experiment video teases the upcoming thriller Dead Man Down with a vicious "What would you do?" scenario.
A website offers some creative ideas on using bachelorette party-procured penis pans for less scintillating occasions, and a lesson in looking at creative problems with a whole different mind-set.
As his latest feature hits theaters, it’s a sure bet that James Franco is working on at least 8 other projects across at least 4 platforms. Here, he shares some productivity tips.