The old phrase “the next best thing since sliced bread,” might need some tweaking because Japanese food company Bourbon has come up with a product that trumps any loaf–they’ve created sliced chocolate.
Designed by Kathi Keppel and made with love in New Orleans, DVRA’s bags and apparel channel warm tropical goodness thanks to papayas, banana leaves and pineapple motifs. She’s collaborated with local collective
As any photographer or cinematographer will tell you, color is extremely important to the quality of an image. The pop of red on a femme fatale’s lips, the baby blue eyes of a smooth crooner, the earthy
Full speed ahead! The startup company Hyperloop Technologies — which takes its name from Elon Musk’s proposed invention but has no direct connection to him — announced today that it will build a test for
A lakeside prefab in Norway is a study in idyllic seclusion. Thanks to its modular construction, a modern retreat treads lightly on the pristine landscape. This elevated prefab cabin along the Chilean
Mention San Francisco and you might stir up images of steep streets lined with colorful and historic Victorian... A software engineer outfits his tiny apartment with flexible design ideas. This lively
What first comes to mind when you think of the Scandinavian lifestyle? If it includes simplicity, comfort, and a connection to... With its main components manufactured in a factory and assembled on-site,
Nestled in a Mediterranean pine forest at the confluence of two rivers in Lledó, Spain, is El Caracol, a rustic-modern domed... Traditional and modern elements merge to striking effect in this renovated
It’s a given that Dutch artists Lernert & Sanders get weird with their video work. Case in point: applying 365 layers of makeup on a Belgian model and these dapper folks Hula-Hooping in a COS promotion.
Countless photos have shown us the incredible beauty of Iceland, but this amazing video (below) by Blue Racer Productions is just another reminder of the Nordic country’s allure. Shot during a recent trip
After Hurricane Katrina, movie star Brad Pitt descended on New Orleans to help rebuild the Lower Ninth, one of the city's hardest hit neighborhoods. With him, came a retinue of star architects: Thom Mayne.