Pendleton Ward, the creator of Adventure Time, explains what inspired the weird world of Finn and Jake, the real risks of making cartoons, and a possible "Card Wars" game.
Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project and agency Arnold drop some science, and game dynamics, on the issue of climate change.
After volunteering at orphanages in Ghana, DreamWorks animators Rachel Tiep-Daniels and Margaret Wuller created the "Picture Book Project," which harnesses the work of talented artists to both inspire children, and raise money for them.
Red Bull athletes drive an elaborate Rube Goldberg machine from masters of the art form, Syyn Labs.
By studying the brains of viewers, Vevo sets out to prove that advertising associated with music videos is more impactful than ads served up via online TV and traditional TV programming.
The MTA’s post-Sandy shots of a ruined subway system gave people a valuable look at the real devastation the city was facing. Here, the MTA and photographer Patrick Cashin talk about taking the shots and getting them out to the public.