whether you love molière, want to look like you love molière or just appreciate a nice mustache, this bust of the famous french playwright is the finishing touch your grand library needs.
a stationary bike as an artform.
bae sehwa fits into that small gap between furniture design and art.
classic design is always in style, but have you found yourself wondering which of your bauhaus or mid-century favorites are still in production, and if so, where you can get them?
when i rounded the corner of tomomi sayuda’s booth at ICFF she was holding a handful of translucent eggs and placing them into the pods of her light and sound-based sculpture, sending her captivated audience atwitter.
it’s halloween. it’s candy. it’s mad science.
Value item: Stocking stuffer under $25. For the pencil sharpener crowd a set of 12 multi-stripe pencils with rubber tops in a matching presentation box. 100% wood, 100% graphite, 100% rigid cardboard box. $12.00US Designer: Paul Smith (UK)
Whether or not you must throw your trash on the street, what about pink and white polka dot designer trash bags? Or Anycoloryoulike? Each bag is biodegradable and treated with repellent for even rodents of unusual size. Though this is a New York City art intervention initiative, you can splashy trash in your town too. […]
Five more days to vote. Did you know Crayola’s evolution? A corporate ethos, marketing statement. via pearweed DA editor responds to comment… Artist: cane toad Artist: diem chau Overheard: the crayon was mightier than the sword. artist: todd peterson
Robots. A very interesting topic. DA recently showcased a sewer inspector, the world’s most powerful per the manufacturer, a very practical solution. But what about robotics that inspire art? An example: Christopher Conte. By day posing as a designer of prosthetics and making artificial limbs for amputees in New York. At night and on weekends(?) […]