The Star Spangled Spatula received national attention over the holiday weekend with a July 4th feature on the Today Show! Watch the segment below titled, “How One Man’s Spatula Raised Thousands for Cancer Research” to learn the incredible story of the designer, Jacob Riley-Wasserman. 5% of proceeds from each...



Book of Fingerprints by Bryce Wilner Book of Fingerprints is an artist edition by Bryce Wilner, designer of the Gradient Puzzle for Areaware. The contents of the book are the residue of it's creation. Each page contains a unique accumulation of marks. Each of the 20 hand made editions a...


The first in a series of guest posts by Tim Parsons & Jessica Charlesworth following their journey across Asia.A chance encounter between an autorickshaw and a cockerel India - Part 1 "Once you accept that India is full of contradictions, it starts to make sense!” These were the wise...



Daphna Isaacs and Laurens Manders of Studio Daphna Laurens distinguish themselves as ‘Vormgevers’ or givers of shape. In this interview, they speak about their unique design process and share their thoughts on the functionality of beauty in design. Video and Interview by DRIE, a collective of curious and open-minded thinkers...


At the tail end of summer last year we received our first shipment of the Kite and Windsock samples from Frederick & Mae. Eager to try them out for the first time we headed to McCarren Park in Brooklyn for a test flight. At some point one of the kites...


Here by Richard McGuire Here was originally a 6 page comic that McGuire published in 1989. He expanded the idea into a 300 page graphic novel which he published in 2014. Here is the story of a corner of a room, it is the story of a single space and...


Highly suggest checking out the Collective Design Fair this weekend. You can't miss the Trace Containers by Nendo lining the walkway leading into the fair—a standout piece for sure! Look out for new editions and designs by Bower, Fort Standard and The Principals. "A new furniture collection and a...


Now I Lay Me Down To Eat by Bernard Rudofsky notes and footnotes on the lost art of living From the chapter on posture titled, Sitting Ugly. "Whatever his inner tumults, it is the erect posture that distinguishes man from his low-slung fellow mammals. Although he has been extolled as...