Sometimes a delicate statement goes miles further than something bold + in your face – see Society6's collection of fine line art.
Peek inside Camille Walala's new London studio, learn about her interactive workflow + hear more about her latest public art installation.
The standard entry deadline is approaching at the end of the month so nominate your design today!
Fascinated by human consciousness, Sahar Yousef helps leaders maximize their potential so they can better balance work with life.
Marco Maggi uses uses adhesive paper to create intricate, incredibly detailed collages.
Say hello to the 13 designers who will be selling their home accessories, bags, ceramics, and more at LDF 2019!
Jisun Kim designed five types of Future Chocolate that contain 10% edible insect powder, one of the meat substitutes of the future.
Instead of traditional booth formats, ADDRESS Assembly showcases its exhibitors collectively through elaborately staged environments.
We're pumped about Society6's new wrapping paper – no more last minute runs to a big box store to pretty up your friend's birthday gift!
A new body of work emphasized by patterns appearing at all levels of nature, from the microscopic to the celestial.
Amy + Jaime talk to illustrator Abbey Lossing, who always felt drawn to freelance and set herself up for success right out of school.
Society6's Moving Parts collection captures the human body through photography focused on unexpected angles and compositions.
With the Architecture & Design Film Festival coming up, we asked Kyle Bergman to share some of his favorite design-related films.
Alain Sylvain embraces both his creativity and business acumen to help leverage the might of corporations for the greater good.
Vanessa Barragão creates captivating installations that emulate the environment of coral reefs, a nod to her connection to the ocean.
Sony is bringing its expertise in AI and robotics to the London Design Festival next month in the form of 'Affinity in Autonomy'