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Desktop Wallpaper: March 2024 With Di Ujdi

Desktop Wallpaper: March 2024 With Di Ujdi

With March comes the first day of spring so this desktop wallpaper by artist Di Ujdi – available for download to all of your tech devices – is perfectly fitting with its bright, floral illustration.

F5: Helen Levi Can't Help but Love Marionettes, Simple Cookbooks + More

F5: Helen Levi Can't Help but Love Marionettes, Simple Cookbooks + More

Ceramicist Helen Levi creates functional pieces that are still playful, and today, she shares the desktop accessory you need, a favorite segment from her newsletter + more!

Raise the Moral Studio Invites You to Become Familiar With Perception

Raise the Moral Studio Invites You to Become Familiar With Perception

Moral Turgeman and Kelsey Falter, of Raise the Moral Studio, invite viewers to find beauty in the banal and become familiar with perception.

5 Iconic Prints Expand the Herman Miller Archival Poster Collection

5 Iconic Prints Expand the Herman Miller Archival Poster Collection

Iconic home + office furnishing brand Herman Miller expands their Archival Poster Collection with 5 historical pieces by in-house designers.

Iittala Enters New Era With an Opus on Glass

Iittala Enters New Era With an Opus on Glass

Heritage brand Iittala reaffirms its position at glassmaking's forefront with an updated logo, two new collections, and a fresh collaboration.

F5: Darren Appiagyei's Ghanaian Roots, a Unique Toaster Project + More

F5: Darren Appiagyei's Ghanaian Roots, a Unique Toaster Project + More

Darren Appiagyei works with raw wood, highlighting each piece's imperfections. Today, he joins us for Friday Five, sharing a favorite childhood game, the significance of a stool + more.

Olivia Cognet's Big Move Leads to New Ceramic Pieces

Olivia Cognet's Big Move Leads to New Ceramic Pieces

Ceramic artist Olivia Cognet's latest work includes sculptural lamps, mirrors, and vases in abstract, organic forms influenced by the Cote d’Azur + California.

DMTV Milkshake: On the Magic of Glass With “Artisan Manufacturer” John Pomp

DMTV Milkshake: On the Magic of Glass With “Artisan Manufacturer” John Pomp

How did John Pomp, who originally wanted to be a fine arts painter, turn to glass blowing? Tune in to learn what sparked the magic.

Take 5: Lamp-Making, Basket Weaving, Metal Art + More

Take 5: Lamp-Making, Basket Weaving, Metal Art + More

Managing Editor Joseph Sgambati III takes a turn at Take 5 to share the makers who inspire him including lamps, textiles, baskets, + more!

Thousands of Brushstrokes: Antonio Santín's New Rug Paintings

Thousands of Brushstrokes: Antonio Santín's New Rug Paintings

Artist Antonio Santín, whose work is on view in New York now, creates unbelievable hyperreal paintings of ornate rugs that appear to fold in 3D space.

Frero's Tala Asa Light Objects Don't Shy Away From the Shadows

Frero's Tala Asa Light Objects Don't Shy Away From the Shadows

Frero's Tala Asa light objects are inspired by the earth, with each using light to focus on the shadow play of the lamp's negative space.

Design Within Reach Debuts 20th Annual Champagne Chair Winners

Design Within Reach Debuts 20th Annual Champagne Chair Winners

Design Within Reach celebrates 20 years of services with their philanthropic Champagne Design Chair contest – check out this year's entries + winners!

Tour the New Eames Archives Guided by Their Granddaughter

Tour the New Eames Archives Guided by Their Granddaughter

Experience the legacy of Charles and Ray Eames with archival access to view their catalogs of mass-produced furniture and unique, one-of-a-kind prototypes.

Marimekko Adds 40 More Ways to Decorate Your Walls With The Frame TV

Marimekko Adds 40 More Ways to Decorate Your Walls With The Frame TV

Samsung and Marimekko announce a collection of 40 iconic Marimekko prints to bring a splash of Finnish design onto the walls via The Frame TV.

Halo Is a Kaleidoscopic Pavilion With Ever-Shifting Perceptions

Halo Is a Kaleidoscopic Pavilion With Ever-Shifting Perceptions

SOFTlab's Halo, commissioned by Google's Mountain View HQ, is a pavilion-like public artwork that leaves visitors with the feeling of having entered a geode.