Artist Noel Cruz transforms mass-produced celebrity and character dolls into life-like miniatures. Using these figures as a base, he employs intricate face contouring–including shading and highlights–to
A new exhibition at Cooper Hewitt explores the design tools and principles that go into making Pixar films so damn lovable. Since 1986, when two adorable anthropomorphic lamps graced the screen in the
Partners Stephen Stum and Jason Hallman, collectively known as Stallman, marry their individual talent and vision to create mesmerizing three dimensional sculptures out of canvas and paint. Their newest
The chic-and-stealth solution for easy weekend hair just happens to be the look of the moment. Get inspired to twist (and shout) this weekend with these inspirational braid images from the W archives.
You’ve got your bags packed and the car gassed up, but you’re not quite ready to get behind the wheel for a state-spanning summer road trip yet. Not if your kids are coming along for the ride. If you to
An eccentric and eclectic Paris apartment reflects a lifetime of thoughtful collecting—and a considered eye. Loft Kolasiński revitalizes a 1920 flat with a medley of unique and classic pieces. Built architect
When Travis Burke‘s grandmother bought a 1994 Dodge Ram van years ago, she had no idea that it would kickstart a lifetime of adventure for her grandson. After seeing the van sit unused in his grandma’s
We’ve addressed the importance of the investment diamond earring, but when it comes to minding the time, most of us are prone to wearing something understated. And while they do the job in a chic enough
At the intersection of art, science, and technology, Jed Malitz creates life-size glass sculptures of human figures within architectural forms. The New Orleans-based artist describes his works as “4D of
Well, that all depends on your age. Nobody wants to be considered old fashioned. But one's idea of what's hip and of-the-moment is likely to change over the years. Here, a guide to age-appropriate aspirations.
Designer Karen Vidal blurs boundaries in this bohemian space. "Everything was so square and angular," says designer Karen Vidal, who softened the lines in this Manhattan Beach, California, bath with an