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Aesthetically Stunning Cinematographs by Chloe Aftel

Chloe Aftel is a talented 37-year-old photographer and filmmaker currently lives and works in Los Angeles.

The pit of the fruit is a sunrise

Currently in the studio…Oil on canvas (unstretched) 18″x 14″.

From Triangle to Tiger, a Handbook for Understanding Symbols

Owl: US Library of Congress decor (courtesy the Monacelli Press) Whether in advertising, art, or architecture, our lives are swarmed with symbols whose meanings have developed and varied over time and place.

Illustrations by Iain Macarthur Iain Macarthur is a freelance...

Illustrations by Iain Macarthur Iain Macarthur is a freelance illustrator born in Swindon, England in 1986.

The Emotional Pull of Len Lye’s Motion Sculptures

Len Lye, “Moon Bead” (1968) (all photos and GIFs by the author for Hyperallergic unless otherwise noted) NEW PLYMOUTH, New Zealand — “Tangible motion sculptures.” That’s how Len Lye, the innovative New Zealand artist, described his motorized kinetic works, which he deftly shaped from stainless steel.

A Game Challenges You to Find the Folks Hidden in Hand-Drawn Environments

Scene from Hidden Folks (courtesy Adriaan de Jongh and Sylvain Tegroeg) The eye-straining joy of discovery familiar to fans of the Where’s Waldo?

The Fulfillment of Crafting a Home Like Art

Linda and Andy Weintraub’s house in Rhinebeck, New York (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) RHINEBECK, NY — Growing up in a cramped, rent-controlled apartment, I had one primary fixation: drawing floor plans for where I wished I lived instead.

Versace celebrates diversity, strength, and individuality

Donatella Versace took over Milan Fashion Week earlier this evening, staging her latest Versace offering just days after turning Kensington into her Versus club kid hangout. Teasing the line-up in video interviews with models including Adwoa Aboah, Kiki…read more »        View Gallery (36 images) 

Private: The Secret Life of Donald Trump by Alison Jackson

Alison Jackson is an award-winning contemporary artist, photographer and filmmaker who explores the cult of celebrity.

Hold tight. Spring is coming.

Hold tight. Spring is coming.

Pop Art-Inspired Movie Posters for the 2017 Oscars

In honor of both the 2017 Oscars and the recent 30th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s death, the design team at Shutterstock created a great series of Oscar movie posters inspired by famous pop artists including Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Idelle Weber and more.

How to Scribe Wood to Stone, Build a Space-Efficient Exercise Machine, Build 62 Frames in Two Days & More

Homemade Gym in a Cabinet Izzy Swan builds a space-efficient exercise machine, and discusses changing your mind about the design midway through a project: 62 Frames Talk about production work.

Microsoft moves into Herzog & de Meuron building in Milan

A high-design office for the tech giant This is cool: Technology giant Microsoft has a new Italian headquarters in a Herzog & de Meuron-designed building, featuring an open, free-flowing layout.

Google's parent company says Uber stole its self-driving tech

Alphabet’s self-driving unit Waymo claims a former employee downloaded proprietary designs From the #DeleteUber movement to a horrifying workplace harassment story, Uber has not had the best start to its year, from a public relations perspective.

ARCHatlas is once again down.

archbucketlist: This time for the unusual number of saved URLs (about 10, all variations of the ARCHatlas name) without previous warning or notice.

Breaking the Gender Binary with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge at MoMA PS1

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Lady Jaye (photo by Laure A. Leber) You may know Genesis Breyer P-Orridge from their collages of tabloid articles, altars with stuffed bunnies, or project to surgically alter themselves to resemble their late partner, Lady Jaye.

5 cool camper trailers you can order right now

Not your grandma’s camper trailers When it comes to hitting the road for an extended adventure, folks have a lot of options, ranging from add-on solutions like vehicle rooftop tents and portable kitchens to entirely tricked-out RVs and vans.

A furniture design show for cats is a thing meow

9 Lives will open at Singapore Design Week next month Cats make great pets, especially in small urban apartments, which is why we love them so.

Walk Inside a Gothic Prayer Bead in a VR Experience at the Cloisters

Rosary of Floris van Egmond and Margaretha van Glymes (Netherlandish, 1500–1539), boxwood, length: 20 7/8 in (courtesy Musée du Louvre, Département des Objets d’art, Paris; © Musée du Louvre; photo by Craig Boyko/Ian Lefebvre) The Small Wonders: Gothic Boxwood Miniatures exhibition that opened this week at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Cloisters is a rare gathering of around 50 tiny wood carvings created for religious meditation.

The Psychology Behind Couples Fighting in IKEA, an Archive of Cinema Tickets and How Muji Embodies the Ulm School's Design Principles

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