1. Raymond Loewy Google Doodle If there really is a father of industrial design, it's Raymond Loewy. And Google Doodle celebrated his would-be 120th birthday this past week.
In Travis Louie's imaginary world strange creatures and humans exist side-by-side—and are even sometimes morphed together into one.
New York-based littleBits has been making big waves in the design industry since their electronic modules-maker took over the MoMA Design Store.
Whether or not you're familiar with the name Steven Vogel, it's more than likely you've ogled his work in one field or another; be it his pioneering music and menswear blog, his expert projects for big shots like Burton and Levi's, or his...
Firm believers in the future of print media are always excited to see creative endeavors jump from the screen onto paper.
When opening a recent purchase from the Dwell store, we were surprised to uncover a new type of safe packaging material.
Premium T-shirts and basics are a luxury—if you don't try it, you won't know what you're missing, but once you do it's hard to go back to anything else.
In "The Field Guide to Typography," Peter Dawson, co-founder of London-based Grade Design, leads the journey through 125 different typefaces (which is not to be confused with fonts).
Can an organization raise $735,000 in 40 days to buy an abandoned dude ranch in the southwestern Arizona desert?
For everyone from surfers to sailers, ear protection is a major concern. Whether it's exposure to pollution, high winds or simply spending too much time in the water, ear infections are a common and debilitating ailment.
In the summer of 2011, Fideli Sundqvist presented her graduation project at Stockholm's Konstfack University.
Going off the grid for a few days is one of life's purest pleasures. While ditching modernity is sometimes a must, having a flat battery on your mobile phone or digital camera can dampen your adventure.
Few things are as American as the idea that with a great work ethic, any individual can achieve anything—be it as grand a dream as becoming the president or a professional athlete or as seemingly basic as earning an education.
On the 86th floor of New York City's Empire State Building, we had the chance to talk with the man behind the structure's elaborate light shows—world-renowned lighting designer, Marc Brickman.
While our first look at the works found among Colombia's ArtBo and 43SNA art fairs explored the underlying focus on a collective humanity among South American artists and galleries, our next look studies some of...
by Tariq Dixon Very few vintners can boast having nine vintages under their belt at 32 years old. Even fewer can claim patronage by so many of America's leading restaurants—Eleven Madison Park, Daniel and Le Bernardin included.
Designer Annabel Inganni of LA-based Wolfum approaches her designs with the goal of balancing geometric, organic and traditional prints in her collection.
Advertorial content: There's certainly a chill in the air here in the northern hemisphere, but it's no reason to forgo style.
While many brands have begun to offer attractive bicycle lights in recent years, few offer the ease of use that Lucetta does.
"There is no bumper, there’s only form" Marek Reichman, Aston Martin’s design director, explains when briefing us on the 2014 Vanquish Volante in advance of our spirited drive through...