When the magazine’s editor, David Remnick, asked me months ago to think of ways to celebrate our ninetieth anniversary, I knew at least where to start: with the cover of the very first issue, from February of 1925, by the art editor Rea Irvin.
“No new trends” is a phrase that has been rattling around my brain for the past couple of weeks in preparation for the Fall 2015 season. I fully expected to see nothing unexpected—in New York, at least—just some clever and some not-so-clever remixes of the hits of last season, namely a redux of the omnipresent […]
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Insights is right around the corner and we have an amazing line up of designers coming to share the thinking, processes, and methods behind their work. We’re kicking off this year with a special evening that features both a talk and an exhibition opening celebrating Minnesota design.
If you’ve ever wanted to keep track of full moons and new moons, there’s now this beautiful art print that can help. Designer Christy Nyboer of Little Lark has created this simple yet beautiful calendar that you can hang on your wall. Coming in several different styles, like platinum on white, gold on white, and […]
Che non sarei diventato architetto l’ho capito presto, e bruscamente, a un concorso di Lego per grandi e piccini indetto quasi trent’anni fa nella cittadina dove sono nato.
Recently have been published a couple of very interesting project about weather conditions and climate change, such as “Weather Eindhoven 2014” (by Sonja Kuijpers) and “2014 Was the Hottest Year on Record” (by Bloomberg), this made me think about what kind of data are available online, especially about my country…