Artist Martin Laforêt highlights the raw aesthetic of industrial construction materials with these unconventional sculptural chairs.
Rope is so much more than a utilitarian textile. In Knowing the Ropes, three nordic designers examine it in an unexpected way.
Wish Fountain, an interactive art installation, mimics a wishing well and the surface of its water once a coin is tossed in.
Manufactured objects are turned into sculptural pieces + furniture by Jay Sae Jung Oh as a jab at the cultural condition of abundance + obsolescence.
Artist Kennedy Yanko combines huge chunks of crushed metal with fabric-like drapings of "paint skin," playing with gravity, material, and the definition of painting itself.
Visit Peter Judson's "Wonder Around East London" by way of Shanghai at Fiu Gallery and gain a new perspective on the everyday.
Legendary design brand Herman Miller is opening up the vault to release 8 posters featuring the iconic archival designs of Alexander Girard.
Be Original Americas: Originality Deconstructed is on exhibit at the Ace Hotel DTLA through March 26, 2023, showcasing unique and iconic designs followed up by an auction.
Take 5 brings back senior editor Kelly Beall, who shares two ways to de-stress, two artist's she's loving + more!
Kriskadecor brings creativity to life for architects + interior designers with their customized design solutions using aluminum chain links, color, shape, and dimension.
The 5,080 NFTs that make up Nina Chanel Abney's "Super Cool World" were made using 100s of traits that reflect her collage-like approach to visual media.
Inspired by the moderne + art deco concrete water infrastructure of the New Deal era, the Loop Fountain by Lily Clark flows with tranquil notes.
The 2023 Lamp Show – the 4th annual – being held at Head Hi features more than 50 unique lamps in the bookseller's new space in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
Multi-hyphenate creative Michael Hambouz joins us for Friday Five, sharing a love of studio/gallery visits, the 2nd grade art project that opened up his world + more.
Tech Editor Gregory Han returns for our Take 5 series with an example of some impressive hand lettering skills and more.