If you're already spending more hours outside than in, you're going to want to check out Society6's newly released outdoor collection!
A hanging sculpture that holds 40,000 bullets that each represent a life lost to gun violence in the United States.
In a TriBeCa pop-up gallery, sets by Andre Mellone, Giancarlo Valle, and Michael Bargo showcase Viso objects in the context of a home.
New brand CIMENTO makes its debut with the unveiling of The Blue Passage installation and the Cimento Collection of furniture.
Having lots of fresh fruit in your kitchen is one of the best parts of summer, so why not add some to your decor as well with Society6?
Whatever the language—Danish? Norwegian? English? Portuguese?—children can learn to read them in braille, thanks to LEGO.
After overcoming obstacles, such as the shift to digital, costume concept artist Gina DeDomenico Flanagan helps outfit superheroes. Listen!
Molly Fitzpatrick, owner and designer of DittoHouse, is a textile designer from Cleveland sharing her favorites in this week's Friday Five.
We're looking forward to upping our beach towel game this summer with Society6's arty options!
These works can function as a stool, table, or sculptural object, but you'll have to look from multiple angles to grasp their true form.
Masquespacio created a site-specific installation for Poggi Ugo that explored fresh new ways to work with the terracotta.
Society6 is bringing back tapestries in a big way thanks to their wide array of art.
Paper Engineer Matt Shlian creates intricate paper sculptures that combine the fields of art, sculpture, science, math, and engineering.
It has been our dream to expand the otona-nikibi2 brand to do something more—to help make great design more accessible. Here we go!
Ingrid Fetell Lee studies joy to help people understand the profound effects our surroundings have on our well-being. Fascinating!
Furniture and interior designer Anna Karlin made her debut in Milan at the Galleria Rossana Orlandi during this year's Milan Design Week.