Wish you could keep the world at your fingertips? Thanks to today’s travel-loving designers, you can! Inspired by destinations from all over the world, countless creatives are making travel accessories with a jet-setting twist, including a line of astoundingly detailed architecture rings by Art is Therapy. Called Teti, this collection of statement pieces reimagines famous city skylines as tiny worlds crafted out of copper, silver, and gold and encased in lustrous resin.
When you think of a “greenhouse,” what springs to mind?
For centuries, female artists have been underrepresented and overlooked.
Books and superheroes are always a winning duo. If you’re a fan of both, you’ve probably already picked up a pair of Artori Design‘s superhero bookends. Now, the studio is back with a sequel to these creative bookends: a spectacular series of superhero shelves. Like their bookend counterparts, these shelves pack a powerful punch.
To keep as happy and healthy as possible, you may think that you need to make big life changes.
Plastic is a major culprit in today’s pollution problem.
Last year, photographer Matthew Dippel snapped a stunning photo of a proposal at Yosemite National Park. The best part? Dippel wasn’t hired by the couple; in fact, he had no idea who they were, and relied on social media to identify them. Amazingly, another person has found herself in a strikingly similar situation—and, like Dippel, has turned to Twitter for help.
When it comes to color, Pantone is king.
With a practice rooted in “statistical, mathematical, and computational techniques,” Stefen Chow and Huiyi Lin are no ordinary artists.
For years, multidisciplinary artist Carlos Amorales has enchanted us with his striking series of black butterfly installations. Called Black Cloud, this ongoing project places swarms of paper butterflies in unexpected sites, including galleries, churches, and, most recently, an art foundation in Italy. For his solo exhibition, The Accursed Hour, Amorales has filled the Fondazione Adolfo Pini with 15,000 fluttering insects.
To a lot of people, the Smithsonian symbolizes a single museum.
Planning a trip to Paris? If so, you’ve likely come across countless lists of the capital city’s must-see museums.