Designer Brett Beldock of Brett Design gives us her take on the popular brush stroke wallpaper design in this month's Designer Desktop.
March is Women’s History Month so we're looking back to celebrate and share some of our favorite female designers and artists we've featured.
From Cheetos sculptures to Swarovski-adorned crushed cans, you cannot help but smile when you come across these works by Sam Keller.
Inspired by New York's Flatiron Building, Interwoven is an interactive installation that comes alive with lights and colors when engaged.
Hem X was created by Hem to focus on limited edition designs of 100 pieces or less with a focus on unique, creative collaborations.
Editorial Director Caroline Williamson is back sharing 5 things, including Happy Dance CBD, the perfect pink paint, a vibrant blue pot, a pricey NFT + more.
Legendary artist Michael Heizer presents five massive sculptures at Gagosian Gallery in New York that balance huge boulders on interlocking steel. It's a visually thrilling experience that you feel in your gut.
Sophia Dawson shares what she stands for, how being an artist has affected her life, and more in this week's Friday Five.
Trish Andersen shares how her roots in Dalton, Georgia (aka the carpet capital of the world) led to her textile design career.
Jess Humphrey left fashion to pursue art and now translates collages into hot casted glass sculptures with broken glass bits frozen inside.
True life: I'm a puzzle addict. Here are the modern, women-owned jigsaw companies that have been feeding my puzzle mania.
In collaboration with multidisciplinary artist Polygon1993, a limited number of 9 unique NFTs, inspired by Pantone's Color of the Year 2022, will be given away.
Tune into see why artist Lorien Stern wants to collaborate with a theme park or a cemetery in this week's Milkshake episode.
Join senior editor Kelly Beall as she shares some fresh tech, a favorite new home accessory + more in this edition of Take 5.
Born from a peaceful moment on a silent meditation retreat, Brooklyn-based illustrator Claudia Pearson's new collection of modern home goods speaks volumes.