Hiding in the Lower East Side are 4 magical artworks in two different group shows that are even more surprising with closer inspection.
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LA-based Hrishikesh Hirway shares five things he loves, including his favorite tasty beverage and place to get away to.
A round-up of my favorite art prints inspired by one of my favorite countries.
Swiss designer gone NYC, Tina Roth Eisenberg shares the magic of finding and building community through non-transactional giving + more.
Max Lamb gives Bitossi Ceramiche's age-old techniques a contemporary spin with a trio of colorful vases with a unique zigzag pattern.
Color expert Ellen O'Neill, Creative Director of Benjamin Moore & Co., shares her colorful perspective.
Did you know that you can shop by color on Society6?
Captured in an elevation of gradients, these mountain-inspired works are made of sand.
10 prints we’re loving that are inspired by the terrazzo pattern.
Clever talks to graphic designer Josh Higgins about going from punk rock gigs to designing for Obama and Facebook.
This trending material isn’t just for the ground you walk on.
One of artist Henrique Oliveira's massive organic sculptures has FINALLY sprouted in New York City.
Upload any song and its vibrations can be used to turn paper and ink into an abstract and decorative piece art to grace the walls.
Calico Wallpaper unveils Aura, its latest collection of wallpaper that was inspired by energy fields that surround us but are not seen.
A jaw-dropping sculpture that blends art with science and technology, while taking inspiration from Gaudi and architecture.
Fernando Mastrangelo created two bodies of work that were shown only at Collective Design – Ghost and Thaw.