The new ceramics line from Cameron Bishop—and named after her daughter—has become a favorite on New York’s restaurant scene, thanks to her fine arts training and her invaluable network of other artists and designers.
The London-based firm brings its incisive understanding of both physical and social history to new and renewed projects ranging from Juergen Teller’s studio and a Paul Smith store to the nonprofit contemporary art exhibition center Raven Row.
A new shared workspace in Brooklyn’s Industry City helps bring together creatives to encourage collaboration and interaction alongside sleek Midcentury Modern designs.
Gautam Sinha’s New Delhi-based leather accessories line represents a new generation of Indian design, firmly rooted in history while constantly looking ahead.
The Indiana-based artist and designer continually questions the boundary between art and design, producing sculptural pieces that question their own functionality and incorporate software-made accidents.
In a new group show in their Soho space, the three women behind Egg Collective have gathered sixteen female designers to offer young women powerful proof that design is not just for guys.
How does a creative agency stay creative? Matte discusses the latest iteration of its experiential installation-turned-party and what it means to evolve.
In his first solo show, the Los Angeles-based designer explores materiality and surrealism in the intensity of his pieces.
The Swedish designer Erik Olovsson’s practice finds a wealth of opportunities by working within self-imposed boundaries.
With the holidays around the corner, we’ve gathered together a selection of cheeky, clever, and meaningful presents to help you brighten someone’s season as we head into 2017.