This month's desktop design is inspired by ancient Amhara art but you'll find that it works well in modern interiors (and tech devices!).
Designposts is a series of 10 large wooden sculptures introduced to the streets of the city during this year's London Design Festival.
First Times is an exhibition featuring artists never before exhibited with Galerie Philia, and many, have never shown work within the U.S.
In this episode, artist Roberto Lugo shares more about why his roots + culture matter especially in the field of art and design.
Artist Ron Nagle's meticulous small sculptures are something that you watch more than you see + feel like they could move at any moment.
Seven others join Luca Nichetto in Empathic. Discovering a Glass Legacy to stretch the limits + creativity of Murano glass.
Editorial Director Caroline Williamson dives into Iman + Harris Reed at the Met Gala, a DIY table, retro keyboard and dreamy wallpaper.
Discover nlumec®, the brand behind the candles that force us to rethink our relationship with light, and find beauty in erasure.
Liz West, known for colorful + cheerful public installations, shares her learnings in designing for public spaces. Take a listen!
Inspired by the avant-garde Memphis design movement, Superficiale is comprised of repeating graphics that occupy all the visible space.
Artist Michele Oka Doner recounts her experiences with Massimo and Lella Vignelli over the years, sharing personal stories.
In this week's DMTV Milkshake episode, artist and designer Fernando Mastrangelo explains how he pays homage to nature in his work and life.
Mia Karlova Galerie's Design Dilemma shares works by four international designers as they take on challenges facing designers today.
Brooklyn-based artist Jess Murphy launches The Lawns Collection of wallpaper including Figures and shares how she designed it.
Rive Roshan debuted a continuation of their Sand in Motion collection at Milan Design Week with a fresh look + feel using natural sand.