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The Summer of Water Sculpture: Jeppe Hein and Cristina Iglesias

The Summer of Water Sculpture: Jeppe Hein and Cristina Iglesias

New York City hosts two surprising water sculptures this summer, including Jeppe Hein's "Changing Spaces" that temps visitors to enter his "liquid architecture" at Rockefeller Center, while Cristina Iglesias resurrects an ancient creek at Madison Square Park in her meditatively beautiful "Landscape and Memory."

Take 5: A Versatile Lounge Chair, af Klint Gets Her Due, Slim Aarons + More

Take 5: A Versatile Lounge Chair, af Klint Gets Her Due, Slim Aarons + More

Senior editor Kelly Beall steps in for Take 5, sharing the easiest to clean chair, architectural art houses, 60s-inspired sunglasses + more.

Flash Set Documents the Evolution of an Improvised Craft

Flash Set Documents the Evolution of an Improvised Craft

Flash Set by Jamie Wolfond includes nearly 100 cast, carved pieces that are each made of gypsum cement and spray paint.

DMTV Milkshake: Architect Koray Duman on Making Space for Art – and Everyone Else

DMTV Milkshake: Architect Koray Duman on Making Space for Art – and Everyone Else

Designing spaces for art requires a different type of mindset + strategic thinking. Tune in to the latest DMTV Milkshake to hear Koray Duman explain why!

Experience Plants Communicating at the Greenhouse Silent Disco

Experience Plants Communicating at the Greenhouse Silent Disco

Greenhouse Silent Disco is an immersive installation that attempts to translate the silent language of plants.

Haze Rethinks the Possibilities of Upcycled Copper Wire

Haze Rethinks the Possibilities of Upcycled Copper Wire

The pieces in Haze are handmade using discarded copper wire collected in Tokyo, meant to be viewed as a symbol of modern civilization.

The Fluff Stack Series Turns Denim Waste Into Furniture

The Fluff Stack Series Turns Denim Waste Into Furniture

G-Star RAW artist collaborator Lenny Stöpp is making fashion sustainable in a new, innovative way by creating his own denim pulp material.

A Modern Rug Inspired by Abstract Art – And What to Style It With

A Modern Rug Inspired by Abstract Art – And What to Style It With

While some rugs are designed to play a supporting role in your space – art-inspired rugs by Ruggism are made to take center stage.

Maxim Kashin's Contemporary Interpretation of Suprematism

Maxim Kashin's Contemporary Interpretation of Suprematism

Through mirrors and geometric patterns, Maxim Kashin created an installation of endless reflection called New Suprematism.

Studio Pretext Mugs Make Ceramic the Main Character

Studio Pretext Mugs Make Ceramic the Main Character

Studio Pretext crafts modern, sculptural mugs out of raw ceramic, bringing an earthy look and natural texture to your kitchen and tabletop.

Ward Wijnant Creates Chunky Mirrors Using Hand-Molded Tinfoil

Ward Wijnant Creates Chunky Mirrors Using Hand-Molded Tinfoil

The unique lustrous texture of these mirrors is achieved by hand-folding and pressing tinfoil into desired shape.

Bright + Maximalist Homewares by Kiki Goti Are a Multi-Sensory Delight

Bright + Maximalist Homewares by Kiki Goti Are a Multi-Sensory Delight

In her new collection of bold and tactile homewares, Kiki Goti takes her exploration of form and materiality to new, fantastical places.

4 Surprises in New York Galleries This Summer

4 Surprises in New York Galleries This Summer

Climb through a denim tunnel, wade through thousands of plastic cords, and jump into two unbelievable underground exhibitions at New York's Contemporary Art Galleries this summer.

The Objects Collection by Ethnicraft Brings a Layer of Intrigue to Interiors

The Objects Collection by Ethnicraft Brings a Layer of Intrigue to Interiors

The wooden pieces in Ethnicraft's Objects collection are decorative and utilitarian, adding another element of art and design to interior spaces.

DMTV Milkshake: Elyse Graham on Bringing a Sculptor’s Eye to Your Bedroom Lamp

DMTV Milkshake: Elyse Graham on Bringing a Sculptor’s Eye to Your Bedroom Lamp

Art and commercial work seems like opposite sides of the spectrum but designer Elyse Graham is drawn to both – tune in to find out why!