Each day until Christmas, the editors of T share a new holiday gift idea.
At the mountaintop outdoor show “Elevation 1049″ in Gstaad, Switzerland last winter, artist Claudia Comte brought the village’s hockey into her playful world of 3D geometric abstractions.
We lost an important conceptual artist and feminist theorist this year in New Zealand born photographer Alexis Hunter. One of the few things I bookmarked in my researched this year was a fantastic obituary published by the Guardian at the time of her death, that does the artist way more justice than anything I can writer here
It's been 40 years since Yoko Ono made her unofficial artistic debut (which came with a catalog titled “The Museum of Modern FArt”) at the New York Museum of Modern Art with her one-woman sho… via JustLuxe.com
We showed some of the digital portraits of Kemi Mai on the site before, but because we are going through the year, looking back at some of the new faces we met, we wanted to look at some of the updated works of the Manchester, UK artist.
As this time of year’s fickle weather agrees to settle on a wintry cold, Brooklyn-based band Tomboy brings on the chills in a different way with their latest video directed by Maria Burns.
Patents: The Toothbrush After the stimulating husband-and-wife collaboration, you might not look at the design classic in the same way again, says Stephen Bayley Psychologists have discovered an essential truth that they have passed on to marketeers: we attach special significance–and award significant loyalty–to products we put in our mouths. Personally, I am surprised that a lab-tested, peer-reviewed sequence of experiments was necessary to test this commonsensical truth. Best, surely, to know the track record of your chosen source of oral gratification.
David and Victoria Beckham announce their engagement in 1998. Picture: Getty Images Thinking about popping the question this Christmas
In his soft, moody color palette, the young Canadian painter doesn’t record faces—he tells stories.
Philadelphia’s Gianni Lee is a Renaissance man, operating in both the music and fashion worlds with a seamless swag that sets him apart from the heaps of young creatives trying to do the same.