Throughout 2018, we asked designers to share the ins and outs of their creations and we revisit how they're all made.
In case you missed any of our art posts this past year, we're sharing the top 10 most popular to catch you up.
Enjoy a visual dive back into the art exhibitions David Behringer covered in our Unframed column in 2018.
A series that seeks to establish a relationship between severity and lightness as well as sculpture and furniture.
Chisel & Mouse shares how much work is involved in bringing their architectural Farnsworth House model to life.
Design Milk shares favorites from Design Miami/ 2018, which exhibits a well curated collection of artists, designers, and galleries.
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Three-dimensional sculptures of cities that are digitally handcrafted by Chisel & Mouse.
Jonathan Adler brings his signature style to a brand new series of furniture, rugs, bedding, and decor that are exclusive to Amazon.
A life-sized piece connecting the history of the pre-fab wartime architecture to the landscape on which it once occupied.
Beautiful and odd sculptures that demand a full 360-degree exploration.
Georg Jensen unearths a lost work by designer Henning Koppel, resurrecting the 1041 design using artisan craftsmanship and 3D software.
A curated exhibition that features the work of emerging artists and designers whose work explores post-industrial materials and techniques.
These may be the most intricate and mesmerizing contemporary artworks this fall… and that’s before you find out how they’re made.
A collection that resembles the shapes and textures found in natural landscapes and geometric formations created by humans.