A look at Wang Ningle's latest show that is a hybrid of mediums - it's simultaneously photography, sculpture, and perhaps even film.
We highlight the most popular posts dedicated to modern art from 2017. Take a look.
We take a visual gander back at the incredible art exhibitions we featured in our Unframed column in 2017.
A USB-accessory designed to bring tactile control to Adobe Lightroom editing by way of buttons, dials, and knobs.
Bower partnered with photographer Blaise Cepis on a series of limited edition puzzles that feature their furniture and mirrors.
A curated collection of photographs displaying tableware combinations that we find surprisingly soothing.
We found some fun works of modern art, at varying price points, that anyone would love to receive as a holiday gift.
Pinch Food Design explores a beautiful tribute to the origins, mythology, and symbolism of fruits and vegetables.
For LDF17, Faye Toogood turns the idea of a "trade show" on its head with a one-of-a-kind exhibition.
A look at Wardrobe Snacks, a project inspired by diners eating without the luxury of a table.
Our editor at large Katie Treggiden talks to London-based artist and designer Jo Ham.
A series of transparent botanical prints that were designed specifically to hang within a specific frame.
Renowned photographer Nigel Barker gives us insight into what keeps his creativity and inspiration alive and well.
A wallpaper collection with a powerful story and a *secret offer* for Design Milk readers.
LA artist Walead Beshty's destructively perfect show "Open Source" includes a full range of misused technology.
Paying homage to his childhood and the Finnish countryside he called home, Christoffer Relander captures landscapes in jars.