Dankland’s Green Party T-Shirt

The LA-based agency encourages Americans to vote pro-legalization when pot's on the ballot this November

America, for all its pros and cons, is constantly evolving. We have an astoundingly long list of scientists and innovators who’ve helped keep the nation―and the human race―moving forward. A strength that’s harder to quantify but visible in history books is that the United States is malleable, by design, and its residents have the ability to change laws when time exposes injustices. We’ll save you …

Extreme Makeover: Landmark Edition

First kisses, net neutrality, Bill Cunningham and more in our weekly look at the web

The head-to-toe $27 million restoration of the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank headquarters in Brooklyn (built in 1875) was footed by a developer who plans to open a hotel next door. Birdcage elevators, stained-glass skylights, a great dome, hand-cut mosaic floors and even replica doorknob and hinges with the “WSB” logo are some of the beautiful features of the restored building, which will now function as …

Sou Fujimoto’s White Tree

First kisses, net neutrality, Bill Cunningham and more in our weekly look at the web

Set to dominate Montpellier, France’s skyline, Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto’s latest design has been aptly dubbed the “White Tree” (or “Arbre Blanc” in French). The 17-story mixed-use building will feature residential, commercial and office space as well as an art gallery. Structurally, the building resembles a tree with each unit representing a branch and its balcony acting as a leaf. Aesthetically, the building draws equally …