Ennion made me. Those were the words molded on glass vases and jars that survived centuries of dust, change, and trauma all over the classical world. But who was Ennion? And how, in the early years of the world, did his glassware become so famous?
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D's primary foe, Hydra, may have gotten a lot scarier on this week's episode, but we've got one pretty good reason to doubt whether their secret schemes will pan out. And, no, it's not just because good always triumphs over evil in the end.
It's not your imagination — the mascot on your favorite box of breakfast cereal really is trying to make eye contact with you. And scientists say there's a reason why.
It looks like an iron maiden for your palms, and this painful looking device was meant to leave the hands of criminals with a mark no one would forget.
As part of his Masters of Branding study at the School of Visual Arts, Tyler Adam Smith is creating 100 covers for books that should be written, from goofy snarks at popular authors to imagined sequels to beloved books.
Many of our favorite superheroes are wealthy, sponsored by the government, or otherwise manage to scrape together the funds to keep up their crime-fighting lifestyles. But what if superheroes instead took on corporate sponsorships, bearing the colors and logo of whichever company paid their way? Would city-shattering…
William Gibson just finished his new novel (coming out later this year) called Zero History. And now he's come out of novel-writing mode to chat on his blog and Twitter to answer questions about everything from Belgians to branding.
Seems like everyone has been griefing the Syfy Channel about its new brand. What could be lamer than switching from Sci Fi to Syfy? At last, a designer and typographer has explained why "Syfy" is cool.