An installation that explores the wild, dark side of nature.
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An exhibition of interactive objects that push the boundary of art & technology.
Chen Chen & Kai Williams give us a look at their Brooklyn-based studio.
9 different designers share their interpretation of an everyday object—the cabinet.
37 countries and territories from six continents interpret the theme 'Utopia by Design' for London Design Biennale.
An "atmospheric" mood light levitates 1-2" above a magnetic base, simulating lightning and capable of streaming Bluetooth audio.
MAST launches a new series of chocolate inspired by the cities where their flagship factories are located.
These Society6 designs are out of this world.
We explore the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Brompton Design District and 100% Design.
Wayne White's latest exhibition of work centers around the themes of vanity, hubris, and artists' inflated egos.
Up your puzzle game with this modern one made from 540 resin pieces.
A collection of salvaged ebony wood objects meant to mimic the look of traditional Chinese brush calligraphy.
Illustrator Abi Stevens illustrates the strength of a quote by Maya Angelou.
We checked out an exhibition called Simbiótica that connected contemporary artists and traditional Guatemalan artisans.
Behind the scenes at Maya Romanoff, a wallpaper brand that remains on the forefront of originality, while true to its handcrafted roots.