Sometimes pretty, sometimes a thing that escaped one of your nightmares, but always striking is the art of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Her extravagant works have invaded New York Botanical Garden including the yellow with black dots monster that looks like it's lumbering down the sidewalk whimsically looking for human prey. It's called Dancing Pumpkin. Also featured are playful flower sculptures, her very popular infinity room as well as Narcissus Garden which has 1,400 stainless steel spheres—each nearly 12 inches in diameter—floating in a large pond.
The queen of polka dots, the a-mazing Yayoi Kusama, is making her mark on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade with a three-story-tall balloon float. "Love Flies Up to the Sky" will be included as part of the Blue Sky Gallery, the parade's contemporary art series started in 2005. Previous artists have included Tim Burton, KAWS,… READ THE REST
You could be forgiven for thinking drones are basically big boy toys because…well, they're a heck of a lot of fun. But with the proliferation of powerful, inexpensive drone models on the consumer market, industries are turning to these tiny powerhouses like never before for a variety of important, even life-saving tasks, according to the… READ THE REST
You can find $15 earbuds almost anywhere, but at that price point, you're just hoping to get something even vaguely decent. You get what you pay for most of the time. And most of the time, that means basically junk. So if audio quality matters to you (and it should), most buyers need to step… READ THE REST