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‘Too Much?’ by Atelier Amarist and Alejandro Monge

Bridging the worlds of contemporary art with design, Atelier Amarist and Alejandro Monge explore the true value of currency in their Too Much? sculptural table. Resting between two flat surfaces, the focal point of this piece is the small flame risin...

Antony Gormley Designs A Liveable Cube Sculpture for the Beaumont Hotel

The soon-to-open Beaumont Hotel in London’s Mayfair district has recently revealed a new addition to the façade of its 90-year-old structure. Celebrated British sculptor Antony Gormley was commissioned by the building’s restaurateur owners to design...

The Next Black: “The Future of Clothing”

Stockholm creative agency House of Radon gives us a peek into five vastly diverse fashion studios all working on pushing the boundaries of clothing with this 45-minute documentary entitled The Next Black. Produced for AEG, we follow the journey of br...

The Pride of the Free State Bush Baby 20th Anniversary Knife

Drawing inspiration from the supple colors seen on the fur of an African Galago, also known as a bush baby, The Pride of the Free State presents the Bush Baby 20th Anniversary Knife. Crafted by South African knife maker Arno Bernard, the Bush Baby kn...

Workerman KUT Ambrosia Maple Knife

Workerman has unveiled the KUT Ambrosia Maple Knife, a folding knife crafted with carbon steel Svord blade from New Zealand. The ornamental piece is shaped from Ambrosia Maple and treated to cause a patina look at both its handle and knife, offering...

Machine Era Co. KeySquare

Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Machine Era Co. is a company dedicated to crafting small goods and accessories. The passionate collective of designers, craftsmen and metal fabricators places paramount importance on simplicity without compromising on...

House in Sai Kung by Millimeter Interior Design

If there’s one thing to know about housing in Hong Kong, it’s that space is limited. From the working class to the upper crust, housing a population of almost 7.6 million people in a condensed 426 sq. mile space can get cozy, to say the l...

Hookl und Stool 2014 Armada High Armchair

As a part of its ongoing pursuit of the perfect furnishings, Belgrade-based design studio Hookl und Stool commissioned designer Zoran Jedrejcic to create the Armada High Armchair. Perfectly minimalist, the chair uses a single piece of steel to constr...

Vargo Titanium Wharn-Clip Knife

Crafted from a single piece of Japanese titanium alloy, this Vargo Wharn-Clip knife is 1.5 times harder and three times stronger than conventional titanium. The blade is ground to a single bevel making it ultra durable and easy to hone, while the int...

PayPal Unveils New Brand Identity

PayPal becomes the latest tech giant to redesign its branding with a more modern approach. “What do you do when a brand that entered the world as an innovator starts to look like the establishment it once challenged? When a comprehensive visual audit...

James Jarvis Discusses the End of AMOS, Skateboarding and Toy Design

The man who stood behind the vinyl toy craze of the early noughties, James Jarvis and his AMOS label — founded alongside partner Russell Waterman — rounded out its 10 years tenure in 2012. Starting with the iconic “Martin” figure in 1998,...

3D on the Rocks by TBWA\Hakuhodo for Suntory Whisky

Commissioned by century-old Japanese distillery and beverage company Suntory, creative agency TBWA\Hakuhodo launches a unique campaign that uses a subtractive process of 3D modeling to produce small ice sculptures to accompany your glass of whiskey....

Check Out this Stunning Time-Lapse Video of Doha, Qatar

Videographer Michael Shainblum presents us with this spectacular time-lapse journey through the bustling city of Doha. The video juxtaposes the ancient sand dunes and historical temples with the thriving metropolis that is now Doha located off of the...

MIT Unveils Shapeshifting Furniture of the Future

MIT’s Tangible Media Group recently unveiled a shapeshifting table dubbed the “Transform.” The successor to the group’s previous successes with the inFORM — a tactile visual display — the Transform is its vision of what tomorr...

B4XVI Compare Rappers With Pre-16th C. Art

Comparing contemporary hip-hop stars with historic art from centuries past, New York-based art directors, Cecilia Azcarate and Ferdinando Verderi, continue to flood their Tumblr page, B4XVI, with humorous compositions. Describing their ongoing effort...