The technicolor world of Wes Anderson films stays with the viewer long after the movie stops playing. For Australian artist Steven Rhodes, each fictional location or business from the cult … Read more
From the beginning of Nocs Atelier, the company has taken a poetic approach to the design process. For the original Seconds watch, the design was meant to, in a way, … Read more
What does dog food taste like? Do brands actually taste different from each other? We’re not too keen to find out, but one girl sure did.
Alphabet Aerobics by LA-based photographer Victor Koroma is a series that focuses on the idea of creating your own font with a mundane object – specifically, a rubber band.
We’re all well aware of the Santa tale. There’s no way that one man can prepare for Christmas and simultaneously be at every mall around the world. So naturally, the … Read more
San Francisco-based food photographer Elysa Weitala loves to play with her food, and judging from the results, we don’t mind at all!
In The Distress of Uncertainty, artist Alicia Ross turns to embroidery to explore the conflicting views of feminine identity in contemporary society.
While you won’t exactly be fed grapes by hand and paraded around on a war elephant, a visit to Rajasthan, India, will definitely give you a glimpse of how the maharajahs … Read more
When LA-based photographer Grace Chon jotted down the idea of a dog grooming photo series, she had no idea what a viral success it would be.
In street art, getting noticed means putting your work up in the biggest cities and on the most prominent walls. But, even as the popularity of street art reaches its … Read more