Eindhoven based designer Joon Lee looks to old artifacts when designing tableware that engages people to converse at the table. The “Drink Link” tea set consists of a teapot connected to its cups, directly linking every person to each other.
From London to Singapore aboard aerodynamic fireballs. The works by the duo Makemei emerge from a digital 3D embryo and land on planet Earth like impeccable handmade articles. No, you won't be bringing a shuttle into your sitting room.
Artist Aaron Valenzuela investigates tensions in his latest sculpture: excess and restraint, visibility and concealment, spectacle and labor. The work was completed for a group show at the University Art Gallery of UC Irvine.
The lures are meant to symbolize a modern Trojan Horse. The intent is to entice, engage, and captivate the mind of the observer. They exemplify a time of intimacy with our weaknesses as a consumer. By designer Eric Ericksson.
Audrey Kawasaki's latest work 'I Won't Forget You' will be showing at Gallery 1988 in L.A. for the 'INLE' group show, opening on March 11th, where artists are interpreting the anti-hero of Watership Down.
Bruno has put together his guide to his Paris, a real insider's tour to the spots you should hit up on your next visit. If street art, urban fashion and cheap eats are your bag, then this short film guide is for you.
Not to be missed round table discussion with architect Peter Zellner, former MOMA curator Christopher Mount, and artist Justin Beal. Led by Bay Area conceptual artists Eric Gibbons and Tom Borden of the Muistardeaux Collective.
Melting Point, Stéphane Couturier’s series of 20 large-scale time-exposure photographs depicting a Toyota assembly plant in Valenciennes, France, shortlisted for a 2011 Prix Pictet award for photography and sustainability.
Glorious LA views overlooking Beverly Hills and from Hollywood sign to Downtown to snow capped mountains in the horizon ~ sparkling from day to night ~ and a peek into my suite at the Four Seasons Los Angeles Beverly Hills.