We have a thing for umlauts, but there’s so much more to the Danish men’s label Mjölk that we’re obsessing about. Such as the hand-cobbled footwear, colorful leather backpacks, knit shorts, hand-stitched quilts, quilt carriers, pencil cases and so on—all available on a just-launched e-shop .
La Palestra, a “full mind and body” gym is coming to the Plaza, opening in the cellar and sub-cellar of the building.
These 10 trails make exercise easier with their breathtaking natural surroundings, such as geothermal hot springs in Colorado, lush tropical foliage in Maui, and incomparable mountain views in Wyoming.
Apr 29 – Nov 28 Mondays–Fridays (11:30am–7:30pm) Saturdays–Sundays (10am–7:30pm) @ GRAMMY Museum at LA Live Best recognized around the world for his otherworldly voice and black sunglasses, Roy Orbison was both Rock & Roll pioneer and prototypical singer-songwriter, beginning with his first high school band (The Wink Westerners) and shifting into mass consciousness in the 1960s with a string of singles for the Monument label that defined an artist and helped launch a label. Bringing together more than 40 diverse artifacts, rare photographs and more, the exhibit features items from the private collection of Orbison’s widow, Barbara and family.
Indian-born, London-based Anish Kapoor didn’t just create a gigantic installation for site-specific Monumenta 2011, which features s 13,500 square-meter hall in the Grand Palais, he is allowing to get right inside his balloon.
the charts are designed to be visually pleasing, but also function as a color trend visualization tool. each circle represents a famous painting, portraying the five most prominent colors as a percentage. read more
Before Jeffrey Bernett worked for B&B Italia, Ligne Roset, Herman Miller, and Knoll, he was an unknown designer setting up his first-ever booth at ICFF and hoping someone would sign him. That year, he won “Best of Show” and a deal with Cappellini. Fifteen years to the date, other young hopefuls are in that same position, and Jeffrey’s still coming back to the show to see what’s new
There will always be a fascination for the classic Super Mario Bros video game. The 8-bit landmark seems to draw re-interpretations, and here, Andreas Heikaus takes Mario to the streets with an emphasis on the process of matching CG elements into live-action footage.
a continuous band encircles the structure, merging the two skewed and offset forms while creating a number of diverse spaces, views and topographies. read more
May 13–19 Daily @ Cinema Village