Wallpaper* Handmade was curated with a slightly different approach and a very distinct theme for 2016 – travel and the Wallpaper* Hotel.
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A must-see: Brad Troemel's sculptures made using odd Pinterest-learned skills, aluminum casting, mushroom growing, even live roaches.
Omer Arbel explores fused glass in these painstakingly assembled, candy-like sculptures.
A library created for birds who don't seem to care at all.
Giant letters that can be used in many ways throughout the home.
An exhibition that focuses on large scale art made from one material.
Sandra Plantos abstracted natural materials and how they're used to elevate their "status" in the form of evocative footwear.
Made of geometric shapes, these mobiles subtly dance light around the space they're in through their minimalist, design.
Juan Fontanive creates self-flipping flip books of butterflies and hummingbirds... and it's even more amazing than you think.
Studio Swine traversed 1000 nautical miles collecting plastic trash and then created luxurious, unearthly objects for modern consumption.
Created with mid-century lettering, artist Jack Pierson's typographic arrangements are some of our favorites.
To revisit our favorite posts, Jaime, Gregory, and Caroline put together a list from the year and we’re sharing them as our Editor's Faves…
Phillip K Smith III's latest exhibition is a sculptural series that's stripped down to the core interaction between light and shadow.
From graphic design books about NASA to photographs that look like graphic images, we shared a plethora of inspiring artwork in 2015.