Nadja Sayej @nadjasayej
Nadja Sayej is a Berlin-based journalist who writes for VICE, The New York Times and others. She is also the host of ArtStars (artstarstv.com). Follow her on Twitter @nadjasayej.
Articles by Nadja Sayej
Artist Neil Harbisson and his team have put together a product so we can all be cyborgs.
As a way to avoid casualties in celebratory gunfire, Beirut designer Salim Kadi has made a keffiyeh from Kevlar, the same plastic material used for bulletproof vests.
A Swiss art collective offer a peek into Julian Assange’s world, by showing of what it’s like being inside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London in their latest art project.
Red Hook, Brooklyn, is now home to Artmatr Inc., a lab where you can come with an idea for a painting and the bot will make it for you exactly as you please.
Angela Luna is a New York fashion student who has created a series of waterproof outerwear that morphs into floating jackets, sleeping bags and tents.
A huge Google Hangouts slumber party is slotted for Thursday night and everyone is invited (but no pillow fights).
Artists are finding new ways to put old gadgets to good use.
In 1994, Andrew Conru started Web Personals, arguably the first online dating site ever, which was run by a group of Stanford grad students and one bright-eyed high school kid.
With the rise of community living and workcations, an alternative might be to just sleep where you cowork.
The future of urban food, as seen by a group of fifth-graders.