This New Technology

3D printing goes old school, by Daniel deBruin.

Anonymous Places of The 20th Century

“The New World” is a series of photorealistic creations honoring the architects of the twentieth century. This subtle mix of influences between modernism and postmodernism gives birth to a new world, composed of atypical and beautiful structures.

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Wanted: Elizabeth Pawle uses wool, cotton, silk and acrylic stitched in abstract patterns onto natural hessian.

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Wood Skins

By Tesler + Mendelovitch


Recyclable, single-material sneakers! The soles could use more work, but a great application of 3-D knitting tech.



Food porn

I’m art directing a shoot this week with food photographer Ryan Szulc. I’m learning so much watching the stylist do what they do best.


Having admired their work at last year’s Dutch Design Week, I was thrilled to discover Studio Drift has created Shylight, a kinetic light sculpture that unfolds and retreats during a 30 foot (9 meter) fall. The choreographed motions mimic the same action of blooming flowers or the billowing of parachutes. Now permanently installed at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.

Earth Patterns

Beautiful things on our planet, found on Google Maps.

V is for Val

A cheese-eating, bike-riding Canadian, now living in Amsterdam. Loves great design but creeped out by ballpoint pens. Alternate dream jobs include animals and cooking, but not cooking animals. Personal mantra gifted from an expert on the subject: Fortune favours the brave.

A is for Ali

Design hybrid by day. After hours she shoots film with toy cameras, sew clothes from books with Japanese instructions that she barely understands and hangs out with her husband, two beautiful girls and three crazy dogs. Personal mantra is "Don't worry, everything is going to be amazing". And for the most, it is.