An installation that consists of 60,000 numbers in 100 colors suspended to represent 10 years.
Products made using recycled paper pulp by turning it into a solid material.
We narrowed down some favorites on display during Miami Design Week.
Two years of artistic evolution are captured in an exhibition.
A black and white composition notebook made of premium materials that pays homages to the classic notebook of years past.
A process that explores turning recycled newspapers into functional furniture.
Hannah Richards' happy wrapping paper and cards are full of abstract patterns and bright colors.
A playful collection of notebooks, pens, pencils, wrapping paper, cards, scissors, pins, pencil sharpeners, stickers, and more.
A Korean design studio utilizes traditional Korean materials and methods to create a unique collection of goods.
I tested this modern pen for a week and this is what I found.
A must-see: Brad Troemel's sculptures made using odd Pinterest-learned skills, aluminum casting, mushroom growing, even live roaches.
Odd Pears teamed up with paper artist Magda Ksiezak on a clever way to show their new collection of socks.
Stools, tiles, sidetables, and lights are all made from a clay-like material upcycled from paper.
A memo pad separated into three different sticky note sizes that are unified into a cube shape.
We revisit 2015 to show you the top 10 Home Furnishings posts, from the coolest baby cradles to swinging outdoor loungers.
From graphic design books about NASA to photographs that look like graphic images, we shared a plethora of inspiring artwork in 2015.