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Cool Hunting Video: Ultra Violet: A peek inside the studio and the mind of pop art's most infamous muse

On a rainy day in New York, we visited iconic artist Ultra Violet (aka Isabelle Collin Dufresne) in her studio.

Casamania 2014 Highlights: Steel, leather and glow-in-the-dark wood from the Italian furnishing brand, as seen during Milan Design Week

Italy's Casamania really understands the value of presenting a comprehensive brand aesthetic across all avenues—including products and media.

Test Drive: 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA: Part SUV, part urban roadster, the latest entry-level offering from the German automaker impresses in the city and out

The spending habits of younger consumers have changed drastically in recent years—especially when it comes to large purchases like cars and real estate.

Studio Visit: Amelie Mancini: The French-born, Brooklyn-based artist on her process, Left Field Cards and her love of baseball

by Eva Glettner The multi-talented Amelie Mancini is a Brooklyn-based French artist who works with a variety of mediums—from wood to linen to wool—to create her playful, colorful artworks.

Re-Up, Beijing: A cafe and event space aiming to be a "360-degree upcycling experience"

In a country where fast development is often synonymous with waste and where the cityscape often looks like a never-ending construction site, Chinese consumers are constantly searching for the "brand new," often without the proper awareness of...

Simon Legald of Normann Copenhagen: Our brief chat with the young Dane about his methods for designing on a diverse scale

Each year during Milan Design Week we look forward to checking in on brands whose work we continuously admire.

Link About It: L’ArcoBaleno: Earthquake-proof tables, Brazilian modern, Brooklyn's Souda studio and more in the stories culled from the online market's cast of talent

Helmed by Design Miami co-founder Ambra Medda, L'ArcoBaleno is an extraordinary online marketplace for the cultured design enthusiast.

Ultimate Reality: Augmented reality's next step, tested in a recent media campaign for History Channel's Vikings

If you live in New York City, you might have seen big ads for the History Channel's "Vikings" program on bus shelters and phone kiosks; if you've noticed fans waving their cellphones in front of them, it means you've also spotted ...

Interview: Eames Demetrios: The grandson of famous designer couple Charles and Ray Eames on the colorful new update on their iconic shell chairs and his global art project

In the garden of the Case Study House, Eames Demetrios—grandson of Charles and Ray Eames—settled in a shell chair to share stories of his family heritage and legacy, architectural preservation and the world travels he undertook...

Milan Design Week 2014: Six Colorful Sofas : Vibrantly hued settees poking out from the mass of furniture found at this year's fair

Delicate, subtly hued earth tones pervaded seemingly every facet of design in almost every pocket of Milan last week.

Rude Baguette's Paris Founders Event : Three standouts from the French company's recent event showcasing super-smart startups

Rude Baguette—which began as a blog and a daily newspaper—is a French startup supporter that's growing as fast as the needs of the creative community.

Intern Magazine: Showcasing the work of the unpaid and underpaid along with inciting a debate over hierarchies in the creative workplace

Getting your foot in the door in the creative industry is not an easy feat. With economic fluctuations in recent years and people retiring later and later, paid opportunities for recent graduates are harder to come by....

Something Good: A look at how one young studio views the future of Italian design, as seen during Milan Design Week 2014

While the "Made in Italy" moniker may not mean quite what it used to, Italian design is still alive and well.

iBlock by Brooklyn Butcher Blocks: Craftsmanship meets tech-centric lifestyle with this cutting board that holds your tablet

For those spontaneous meals that involve browsing a new recipe from the internet, the task of balancing your tablet can become cumbersome—especially when your focus needs to be on that sizzling frying pan or boiling pot of stock.

Volvo's Inflatable Car-Seat Concept: With a pioneering push, the automobile company envisions an easily transportable safety chair for kids

There's no denying that the past 12 months have seen Volvo shake its former stereotype as a reflection of Sweden itself (safe, reliable, unremarkable perhaps) and replace it with a whole new appearance; one that now reflects...

Interview: Vinay Venkatraman: The India-raised, Italy-educated and Denmark-based designer on his value systems and love for found objects

Vinay Venkatraman may not be your typical Danish product and interaction designer, but he's an influential one.

Marine Layer Clothing: Spending a year and $40,000 to figure out the formula for the perfect comfy T-shirt

When Mike Natenshon’s girlfriend accidentally threw out his favorite T-shirt—perfectly soft from years of wash and wear—he underwent a long series of experiments to replicate that worn-in comfiness right off the rack.

Avec Motif Apparents: Terracotta Daughters: An in situ installation that blends ancient discovery with contemporary gender issues

Centquatre (aka 104) is one of Paris' newly opened and exciting art centers. Along with Gaité Lyrique, this new generation of venues are no longer just art galleries, but spaces...

Iron & Resin + Vanson Leathers Mojave Jacket: A waxed canvas motorcycle jacket just in time for spring riding season

As spring finally graces the Northern Hemisphere with its presence, activity season is on. With the arrival of the new Iron & Resin collaboration with Vanson Leathers, this season...

Olafur Eliasson: Little Sun at Coachella: The acclaimed artist delivers eco-awareness with Absolut at this year's art and music festival

Only an artist who works with materials as ambitious and untamable as light, water and air temperature could embark upon a project to bring affordable light to those without it.