Lots of cool design ideas with the redesign of a 1922 mansion in Rio de Janeiro. The history of this Brazil-based mansion includes a boarding school from the 1920s to […]
Working in a small kitchen can be cumbersome for one person, and even more of a headache for a couple cooking a nice dinner together. Here are a few ways to […]
Good design is innovative Good design makes a product useful Good design is aesthetic Good design helps a product to be understood Good design is unobtrusive Good design is honest […]
Reposted from Glass Quarterly’s Blog The first weekend of November, Navy Pier’s Festival Hall was swarming with art collectors, artists, tourists and gallery owners who have traveled many miles […]
Within a renovated industrial building on the south side of Chicago, there are many textures that are overlooked. The photos are reminders to slow down and look around.
When two opposite-spectrum eccentrics cross paths, it can result in a balanced union or a tumultuous explosion. In Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master, it’s both—with tempers always fluctuating on the […]
Amid the dreary day, green emerges.
Almost a year ago, I was back home visiting family. Months prior to my visit, my dad had been cleaning up dead trees along our fence line. He threw the […]
A decade ago in Manhattan, KS, I saw Kyle Klipowicz at a fraternity party, distancing himself from the meat market dance situation that fraternity parties tended to be. He was […]
The Czech Republic has a graphic design history, where the canvas became the matchbook. Used by artists, they were a vehicle for artistic expression.