Seth Damm of Neon Zinn deconstructs, hand dyes, contorts and knots rope into wearable (and wicked cool) art.
Pantone’s color of the year is Emerald #17–5641. Get fresh for 2013.
We hosted the hostess. We met the woman who began it, grew it, ran it, and took it to the wall.
Paula Hayes is the “high priestess” of terrariums,most famous for her exquisite, high-end,ethereal artforms flourishing in organically shaped, handblown glass vessels.
Karl Lagerfeld collaborates with Swedish glassware company Orrefors.
Rebuilding the Lower Ninth Ward in New Orleans with an eccentric eye on the future.…
As adept as Twain was with the written word, he was surpassingly marvelous as a storyteller.
You know his works, now meet the man.…
We are just loving what designer and sculptor Ryan McElhinney is doing with his old toys.
Lebanese designers created a line of furniture that combines vintage folk with modern design, producing one-of-a-kind pieces of functional art.
What’s the cure for a cold, miserable night? A couple djs, plenty of beer, & umbrellas.
Simon Evans was always doodling and sketching as a child yet shunned the thought of formal art training. He spent time skateboarding on the streets of London.
Daydreaming happens when we look at the mesmerizing images of Petra Borner.
This strange young Scotsman who wandered the land talking to rocks and flowers became an American hero — the “Father of the National Park System”.
Chicago resident Jenny Beorkrem, founder of Ork Design, celebrates this unique urban buzz with a series of cool typographic neighborhood posters — better known as Ork Posters. She has taken the utilitarian messages of a map and smartly spun them into deceivingly functional and striking diagrams.
BIG is an architecture firm based in and practicing mainly in Copenhagen that has been churning out some pretty innovative ideas.
The art of crochet has become an inspiring modern design element.
Now, don’t you wish you were right here, right now taking a lazy summer’s nap in this dreamy hammock?
KAWS has become an important figure in the movement of underground graffiti culture into the mainstream of gallery art.
We love edgy fashion. Especially the kind that blurs the line between creepy and beautiful.
Todd Oldham and Amy Sedaris show you how to make decoupage tables.
We’re growing really fond of these fun fabrics from Eley Kishimoto…