Inspired by torn posters covering New York streets and subways, Aaron Robbs and Alex Proba’s mural artwork is also a beautiful reference to the lacerated poster design artistic movement, launched by Jacques Villeglé in the early 1950s.
Photographer An Le captured the gorgeous Amanda Welsh in this editorial entitled ‘Underground’ for Vogue Portugal.
Tucked on a side street in New York’s TriBeCa, Aire Ancient Baths is an old-world oasis paying homage to the bathing rituals of the ancient Romans. It’s a water spa entirely in a class of its own and with only
The R & Company gallery in New York dedicated their entire upper level to ‘King Dong Come’, a fully immersive experience of new and old fantastical plants, animals and creatures by the Haas Brothers.
Giant subway stops, enormous asphalt balls or morphed Mr. Softee truck, New York-based artist Lars Fisk presented last month at Marlborough Chelsea, a group of seven of his signature ball sculptures.
Famous for her ’stock market mayhem’ inspired paintings presented at 303 Gallery, the New York-based artist Sarah Meyohas turns towards a photographic medium. She uses it subtly for a series titled “Speculations” where flower reflections are
Dutch artist and designer Parra is pleased to present “No Work Today” at Joshua Liner Gallery, the Gallery’s first solo exhibition with the artist.
New York, last night, Australian artist CJ Hendry, known for her hyperrealistic pen on paper drawings and cult social media following, will present he?r latest exhibition, ?The Trophy Room on November 3, 2016 at 79 Greene Street, New York. This exhibition will be her first in New York City.
The Museum of Modern Art in New York just acquired the original 176-character emoji set, from the late 90s, for its permanent collection.
Le Turtle is a new French new wave restaurant founded by Taavo Somer and Carlos Quirarte (of The Smile) on the corner of Chrystie and Rivington streets in New York. The interior uses raw materials, such as wood, concrete or marble, while neon lights or velvet curtains add a touch of extravagance. Inspired by new…
The Hudson Valley is teeming with boutique hotels intent on restoring the vibrant, locally-minded culture they’re in. These retreats add enhanced experiences to travelers, whether it be through experiences or design details that pays homage to its town’s storied past.
Luxury E-commerce 1Stdibs beautiful selection of one of a kind contemporary and antique objects is visible in their office renovations.
A Few Good Things is a selection of work by 10 Norwegian designers—both emerging and established that will be presented at Wanted Design on May 13–16 2016, during NYC x DESIGN, New York City’s celebration of global design.
Here is the gorgeous Soho duplex loft of Naomi Watts and Liev Schreiber. Architectural Digest had the chance to shot the beautiful residence designed by Ariel Ashe and Reinaldo Leandro, the duo behind the firm Ashe + Leandro. Watts and Schreiber were able to create the duplex from two separate units—one had been an artist’s…
Leading Lights with Apparatus Studio / A Modern Approach To Classic Lighting By Apparatus / Apparatus Introduces New Lighting Series / Lighting Fixtures That Fuse Sculptural Form With Hand-worn Materials / An Enlightened Collection From Apparatus With a warm and unpretentious approach to Modernism, Apparatus seems to have one bright idea after another. Jeremy Anderson…
Sparking international interest, LOT is an award winning architectural and design firm with offices in both New York and in Greece. LOT, founded by the architectural duo Leonidas Trampoukis and Eleni Petaloti, focuses on the application of strong design with both consciousness and pragmatism worldwide.
Our friends over at FEIT have been nominated in the retail category for Architizer’s 4th Annual A+ Awards.
Born in Los Angeles, California, in 1974, Tom Fruin has spent most of his career as an artist in New York, where he currently lives, with his studio in Brooklyn. His work draws its inspiration from the Funk Art of the 60s.
Pep Squad editorial was published in Office Magazine, an independent biannual magazine based in New York. In his studio editorial, James Robjant shot young girls with exaggerated
Zack Seckler is a photographer based in New York. He started his career in photojournalism, but eventually found creating the images themselves, rather than documenting them, far more fulfilling.
Drones are not only for spying or killing! Today Drone films are more than just a hobby and the second edition of the Drone Film Festival in New York proves that the sky is the limit! You know that at Trendland we love Drones and with the recent improvement in technology (see DJI Phantom 4) you…
CHAMBER is pleased to announce that their second annual collection, “Human | Nature,” will be curated by celebrated photographer and filmmaker Andrew Zuckerman, who will work closely with Chamber’s founder, Juan Garcia Mosqueda, in shaping the year-long project.
Lisa Shin is a digital still life photographer with an interest in all things beautiful and delicious.
In light of Matte Project’s Full Moon festival taking place this weekend at the Brooklyn Mirage, The Kite String Tangle has put together an exclusive summer playlist to get you in the mood for the weekend.
Jason Pomeranc (co-founder of SIXTY Hotels) and Steven Eckler (former Wolfgang Puck and Union Square Hospitality) have partnered for the first time to open The Gordon Bar, a new destination for sophisticated cocktails downtown at the newly renovated SIXTY Soho Hotel.
B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen – the Danish provider of vibrant, stand-alone mobile consumer electronics products – has been selected by Dover Street Market New York to be the first technology company showcased in the Store.
Run of the Mill is series of mop paintings and line drawings by New York artist Evan Robarts.
The Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY, boasts spacious, light-filled galleries for its collection of contemporary works in glass, glassblowing demonstrations and live glass design sessions.
This past week, MATTE Projects presented: A PARTY – A concoction of sorts that took things to where they once were, an orchestra of New York’s beautiful eccentricities at the iconic Bowery Bank Building, with special love from Black Butter Records.
We introduced you to Muller Van Severen in March 2012 with their amazing furniture and lighting collection. Tonight they are opening their exhibition at Matter store in Soho, New York.