Artist Susanna Bauer uses natural objects that often go overlooked and breathes new life into them through the art of crocheting. She transforms dry, brittle leaves into delicate sculptures that are awe-inspiring
We eat meat like children, taking bites only out of the most expensive parts, and throwing the rest away. But the cheapest cuts are often the most delicious, especially once they’ve been coerced into Of
There's something magical about the doughnut. You don't have to be Homer Simpson to swoon when you're greeted with all those bright colors and sparkly decorations in a doughnut shop display case. But matter
Art Central has kicked off in Hong Kong, a day ahead of Art Basel - positioning itself not as a rival but as a satellite showcase for less established artists, as well as some of the giants of global art.
Canadian photographer Daniela Majic creates images of gorgeous, fantastical scenes, and she does so all in the small attic in her house. Since last year, she’s worked on a series called Secret Garden,
For a new window display, Bloomingdales asked a range of designers–including Nanette Lapore, Ronny Kobo, and Parker–to use Crayola crayons as the main material for a series of high-fashion dresses. The
We’ve all had things ruined in the mail, which is what led the Oslo design studio Skrekkøgle to come up with a unique idea: design a piece of art that mail delivery would improve rather than destroy. Post
In 1964, the New York City Transit Authority held a design competition for a new subway map. The winning submission from lawyer R. Raleigh D’Adamo disappeared soon after, only to be rediscovered last fall.
Every other Friday, Yossy Arefi from Apt. 2B Baking Co. shares dessert projects that demand a little extra time and effort. Because your weekends should always be sweet. Today: It is time to go on a chocolate-based