This past Saturday I stopped by the opening of Barbara Kruger’s solo exhibition at L&M Arts, Los Angeles.
The former model, who now runs two successful cosmetics lines, discusses her success with the Metabolic Balance Diet.
A new book captures a decade’s worth of outrageous outfits and disco war paint from 1980s London.
Colourful light sculptures from dNASAb’s dataclysmic series are like 3D explosions in space. Made from a variety of materials such as LED screens, digital media players, LEDs, resin, phosphorescent silicon, plastic, fiber optics, welded steel, aluminum and acrylic, these…
Steven Heller’s new book is an ode to the curliest of typefaces.
zaha hadid’s mobile art pavilion has found its permanent home outside of the institute du monde arabe in paris after a world tour – inclusive of new york, tokyo and hong kong – that began in 2008. conceived through a system of natural organization, the structure is shaped by both functional and conceptual considerations.
Color — it’s such an important aspect of home design, and one to consider carefully, not just in those instances when you plan to go ultra bright. In the kitchen it’s definitely the more often mainstream choice to go totally neutral with color so we wanted to pay homage to a few rooms that managed to hit the sweet spot; where bold color is part of the plan, but isn’t off the charts on the brightness scale
‘split’ configures, like a well-organized student’s set of supplies, allowing users to take out the things they need and use, such as a mouse, keyboard, pen etc. read more
Hans Bellmer was a German artist, best known for the life-sized pubescent female dolls he produced in the mid-1930s.