Picking out presents for interior designers can be intimidating. After all, their entire practice revolves around having an eye for good design. In order to make this task easier, we’ve mapped out our favorite shops and constructed a collection of imaginative interior design gifts. Here, you’ll find creative products inspired by the ins-and-outs of interior design.
Posts by Kelly Richman-Abdou
The holiday season is the sweetest time of year.
In the late 20th century, Jean-Michel Basquiat turned the contemporary art world on its head.
Collage artist Jennifer Murphy is inspired by interconnectedness. While this interest informs much of her work, it is particularly evident in The Shadow of Sirius, a series of delicate nature collages comprising flora and fauna cut-outs held together by thread. “Wedding the specimens of the naturalist with the visions of the fantasist,” these eye-catching pieces explore our real-life environment through a surreal lens.
While on a fun-filled family trip to Edinburgh in Scotland, Berkshire-based woman Bal Gill visited one of the capital...
Everyone knows that dog is man’s best friend.
If you’re a fan of Vincent van Gogh, you’re likely familiar with a few of his remarkable life stories. In addition to the fact that the now-famous artist seldom sold a work of art, one tale that tends to live on with his legacy involves the fate of his ear, which he partially cut off during a particularly troubling time.
With their endless enthusiasm and infinite imaginations, kids are known for their creativity.
For centuries, the world has been captivated by the groundbreaking art of Michelangelo.
On October 18, 2019, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, made history when it launched its 221st spacewalk. Carried out by Christina Koch and Jessica Meir, this stint in space marked a major milestone, as it is the first time that a spacewalk has featured only female astronauts. Koch and Meir embarked on this historic spacewalk early Friday morning.
At the end of the 19th century, a movement of “new art” swept through Europe.
For the sake of convenience, art history’s major movements are often associated with single, pioneering figures.