On his website, Japanese fashion designer Hanayuishi Takaya calls himself a “Flower Artist,” and it’s true that his extraordinary headpieces would look as much at home in a vase as they do in his models’
Two weeks into January, and 2014 already feels like a long time ago, but this fun app might convince you to revisit it one last time. Weevmee, created by New York design agency HUSH, produces one composite
Brussels-based photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte freezes extraordinary instants in time in these expressive shots of an acrobatic dancer leaping and twirling amid dynamic clouds of powder. The Belgian photographer
These micro-apartments can be reconfigured as tenants’ needs change. As urban populations swell and housing costs skyrocket, many big cities are changing building codes to allow tinier and tinier apartments.
Ukrainian photographer Yurko Dyachyshyn's series Slavik's Fashion documents the daily sartorial choices of Slavik, a 55-year-old homeless man living in the city of Lviv. Although Slavik's wardrobe is up
Mirrors have long been associated with magic and illusion. The iconic, and slightly atomic, form of the shiny silver Airstream is embedded in our cultural and design milieu. Size doesn't matter when these
The embattled Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture School may have worked out a plan that will allow its master’s program to continue. As we reported in August, the Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture School–the
For those of you who are in the northeast, you woke up on Monday morning to an usual case of cold weather as a storm dumped huge piles of snow. The early blast is making it feel more like winter than In