Photos of Dogs with Eerily Similar Humans

Do furry friends take after their humans, or do humans take after their furry friends?     Photographer Gerard Gethings set out to answer this question with his assistant Baxter in tow, the 9-year-old Border Terrier. With the help of Laurence King Publishing, Gethings had a year to photograph 50 dogs for a comical and… Read More

Pantone: The Game

The world’s leading color experts have released a game that will keep designers and plebeians alike entertained. Pantone: The Game is based on, you guessed it—color. The game is a fun and competitive color inspired charades; by using colors as an intuitive measure to represent characters from pop culture,  the player will attempt to create a…

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Will Trump Dig A Rainbow Air Force One?

The San Francisco and New York-based design firm Collins has taken it upon itself to offer the president some new options for the Air Force One. The plane’s design hasn’t been updated for over 55 years since legendary graphic designer Raymond Loewy first proposed his sketches to President Kennedy. The result?  All of their designs…

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Yayoi Kusama’s Hallucinatory Tulips

Shown for the first time in Los Angeles at the Marciano Art Foundation, With All My Love For The Tulips, I Pray Forever (2011) is a sculptural installation that features large, polka-dotted potted tulips in a room in which the walls, floor, and ceiling bring an immersive and almost hallucinatory experience for the viewer. The scale of this…

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5 Female Artists Rocking the Sculpture World

Though the contemporary sculpture world has always been a heavily male dominated medium, the sculptors making the biggest waves this year have all been female artists. These women are carving out a space for themselves by courageously exploring taboos, embracing bizarre concepts, and experimenting with unconventional materials—the result is inventive, thought-provoking, and visually spellbinding. Here,…

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Aerial Photographs of Pools by Stephan Zirwes

“I denounce the privatization of water.” —Stephan Zirwes Photographer Stephan Zirwes uses drones to shoot aerial views of public swimming pools, in a bid to make people appreciate the value of free swimming facilities. The Pools series features an assortment of different public pools, from standard lap pools to ones in unusual shapes. They are all photographed from directly overhead,…

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Predictions for the IKEA x Saint Heron Collaboration

From her performances at the Guggenheim to her iconic structural set design, Solange is a woman who clearly knows how to claim and create stunning experiences through her use of space. Which is why the collaboration announcement of her label Saint Heron with IKEA comes at no surprise. In this collaboration, Solange and her team…

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Street Artist Turns Decaying Concrete Into Designer Purses

We grapple for status and purpose in society, and [consume] possessions to showcase how successful we are and to fill us with purpose, with complete disregard for the people and the planet affected by our careless over-consumption. —Thrashbird For a recent project called “Valley Of Secret Values,” the Los Angeles street artist Thrashbird has brought…

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Eco-Friendly Sculpture In London Is Made of 7,506 barrels

Christo has unveiled The London Mastaba, a 20-metre-high temporary sculpture in London‘s Hyde Park.  The sculpture, which consists of 7,506 horizontally stacked barrels on a floating platform in the Serpentine Lake, will be on view until 23 September 2018. The London Mastaba is the first major outdoor public work by Christo in the UK. The sculpture’s floating platform is made…

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