Exhibits at the Hall of Science.   Photo by David Handschuh

Design I/O: Connected Worlds

Online, it’s hard to get a sense of the visceral impact that large-scale interactive works can have on users. You lose the immersion factor, and… Read more

The Fermi Paradox

One of motion design’s greatest powers is its capacity for presenting complex information in compelling, informative ways. But without clear thinking — and clear writing —… Read more

Beautiful Chemical Reactions

Beautiful Chemistry presents 8 types of chemical reactions, magnified and time-lapsed for your viewing pleasure. Credits Video & Editing Yan Liang Chemical Reaction Design Xiangang… Read more

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

The all-star crew behind the reboot of a classic TV series brings something sorely needed in science: art direction.

Particle Fever

MK12 handles the daunting task of creating graphics for the fascinating documentary, Particle Fever. No, it’s not about emitters or solvers — it’s about the… Read more

ManvsMachine for Science Network

London-based ManvsMachine creates a series of first-class ID’s for Discovery’s Science Network under the concept: “Question Everything”. Credits on the site.
How To Feed The World

How To Feed The World

How To Feed The World is a 9-minute film directed by Denis van Waerbeke for an exhibition called Bon Appetit at a science museum in… Read more

Impactist: Parallelostory

For most people, the concept of an infinite number of parallel universes that encompass every possible outcome for any given situation brings to mind notions… Read more