Phone Hologram by Samsung. Photo courtesy US Patent and Trademark Office
Paralympic Aimee Mullins by Nick Knight, 1998
Louboutin's red filter. Photo courtesy Fashionista.
Jeremy Scott's 2015 VMA Moonman. Courtesy photo.
Swipecast has been called the "uber for models". Photo courtesy Swipecast Facebook.
Mary Ellen Mark for CNN.
Google robot. Screenshot courtesy Boston Dynamics.
"Work", 1970 by Jiro Yoshihara. Photo courtesy Sotheby's Hong Kong.
The Rubin Foundation. Photo by Charles Roussel.
A screenshot of the live feed of the "corpse flower" preparing to bloom.

HOLOGRAMS DISPLAYED WITH YOUR PHONE – AND OTHER NEW INVENTIONS FOR 2015

Take a look at some of the coolest inventions of 2015 – like holograms that can be displayed via your cell phone [CNN]

Disability in fashion has been a forgotten conversation – until now [Dazed]

Is Louboutin red your color? You can now use it as a filter on Instagram with a new app [Fashionista]

Jeremy Scott gives the iconic VMA Moonman a facelift for 2015 [WWD]

A new app that’s been called “the uber for models” could change things in the fashion industry forever [Business of Fashion]

Visionaire contributor Mary Ellen Mark‘s last assignment on New Orleans, 10 years after Hurricane Katrina, is moving [The Art Newspaper]

See Google taking their robot for a walk [Fortune]

Yoshihara Jiro’s “Circle” pieces are going on the auction block [Blouin Art Info]

The Rubin Foundation is offering a new grant [Observer]

Watch live as the Amorphophallus titanum, or the “corpse flower”, prepares to bloom at Denver Botanic Gardens [Denver Post]

Phone Hologram by Samsung. Photo courtesy US Patent and Trademark Office
Paralympic Aimee Mullins by Nick Knight, 1998
Louboutin's red filter. Photo courtesy Fashionista.
Jeremy Scott's 2015 VMA Moonman. Courtesy photo.
Swipecast has been called the "uber for models". Photo courtesy Swipecast Facebook.
Mary Ellen Mark for CNN.
Google robot. Screenshot courtesy Boston Dynamics.
"Work", 1970 by Jiro Yoshihara. Photo courtesy Sotheby's Hong Kong.
The Rubin Foundation. Photo by Charles Roussel.
A screenshot of the live feed of the "corpse flower" preparing to bloom.
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