Last year, lifestyle brand Muji opened two new hotels in China. Inspired by the company’s belief that “simplicity is not merely modest or frugal, but could possibly be more appealing than luxury,” these minimalist inns emphasize quality and promote sustainability. Now, on the heels of these successes, Muji has opted to open a new hotel in Tokyo.
Artist Sean Yoro, better known as Hula, grew up in Hawaii, where his love of nature flourished and later combined...
For his moving series that investigates the rising suicide rates of farmers in India, Italian photographer Federico Borella was named...
Self-taught artist Feliks Kaparchuk, aka ColorByFeliks, recreates the beauty of the natural world in unconventional places. The tranquil scenes of towering trees, endless starry skies, and glassy waters inhabit the back of denim jackets and tote bags to turn the wearer into a mobile art gallery. “I think painting on different surfaces is just another way to be creative with my artwork.
Artist Brendan Lee Satish Tang takes inspiration from his international upbringing.
Modernist master Pablo Picasso once observed that “there is only one way to look at things until someone shows us how...
Have you ever struggled to articulate yourself during an argument? It can be hard to get your point across during heated moments, which often leads to even more frustration and unresolved issues. But arguments aren’t always bad—they can actually be healthy if they’re dealt with in the right way. If you want to learn how, check out Critical Reasoning For Beginners: a series of free, online lectures led by Oxford University’s philosophy professor Marianne Talbot.
Most would agree that alcohol and silly scenarios go hand in hand.
Portrait painting is a tricky subject.
No children’s author has captured hearts quite like Beatrix Potter. Inspired by flora and fauna found in the enchanting English countryside, Potter penned and illustrated 28 books, including the universally beloved Tale of Peter Rabbit. While most people are familiar with these well-known titles, many are unaware that Potter’s earlier work included scientific studies—a practice inspired by a lifelong love of nature.
When it comes to moving 25 tons of stone, heavy machinery is probably the first option that comes to mind.
Japanese artist Monokubo imagines a world where larger-than-life animals roam the land and live among us.