"Homeless Fonts" is a Spanish project to turn hand-scrawled cardboard signs into charitable assistance.
The corner stores near my home in Oakland, California, carry the craziest, cheapest alcoholic beverages I've ever seen. So I decided to try them all.
When laid out in two dimensions like world maps, these soccer ball patterns become seriously groovy.
Allowing the city to gradually reforest itself, rather than occasionally mowing weeds, could reduce pollen counts.
The dismal results of the broadest-ever analysis of European waterways.
The space agency gives a highly detailed look at the tournament's vast geography.
Stockholm designers want to get everybody eating crickets from giant "vermin farms" by 2018.
The Pigeon folds with a foot press to carry on the shoulder like a lightweight rifle.
For only $4,200, you too can pretend to be eaten by the Iron Giant.
The loss of trees could eventually spell trouble for the human food chain, say researchers.
Where the early 1990s Scottish rockers could walk, if they actually walked 500 miles and then 500 more.
The state's vegetation is as dry as if it was already July.
Trick riders take a vertiginous journey high above the streets of London.
And these are only the ones that get reported.
The drought-hit state's vanishing Tule fog spells more trouble for farmers.
At least one species of tree frog is taking advantage of human-made underground infrastructure.
Marvel at these global heat maps of popular cycling and running routes.
Shut off their techno-goggles without them knowing how, or why.
A flawed study claims people tend to view feminized hurricanes as less risky and are therefore more likely to be killed by them.