Cadillac House on Hudson Street in NYC always has something interesting on exhibit (oh, and pretty good coffee too); from April 25-May 7, 2017, stop in and check out Art with Watson: Hidden Portraits. The project is a collaboration between…

Hack This Playhouse

Check out what is probably the world’s most awesome playhouse kit, found in co.design. It’s a creation of Grimshaw called the MySpace Cubby House, and it’s a modular backyard playhouse “that invites kids to think like architects.” Unfortunately we can’t…

We posted a while back when James Stewart’s amazing Integral house went on the market (The House That Calculus Built). Now, a documentary that was being filmed about James Stewart before he passed away is set to open the Toronto…

This is a question we all should ask ourselves – the answer won’t be something like the ability to leap tall buildings with a single bound or some kind of next-level sensory perception, not really, but rather something that for…

Watches are a fun pricey hobby and occasionally a good investment, and even the mid-range ones are becoming more popular and collectible, so naturally, more attention is being paid to creating good fakes as well. One fake strat is the…

Erwin Wurm: Ethics demonstrated in geometrical order

Lehmann Maupin has announced “Ethics demonstrated in geometrical order”, an exhibition of new One Minute Sculptures by Erwin Wurm – the 20th anniversary of these sculptures. For each work, using a drawing or specific text, Wurm directs participants to pose…

HBD, Mies Van Der Rohe

Not sure anything can top the iconic birthday cake created by the Mies van der Rohe society for their party at Crown Hall in 2011, but, hey, it’s Mies’ birthday again – so try to find God in the details…

All These Wonders

Storytelling is something of a re-discovered art these days; not sure if we can thank marketing for that, or if something else sparked its renaissance, but it’s a good thing, regardless. In All These Wonders by Catherine Burns (forward by…

Hal Chairs Get Rekt

Knockoffs of Jasper Morrison’s Hal chair inspired a recent project featuring 26 Australian designers, who utilized the knockoffs to make iterations that would inspire commentary on the nature and value (or should we say, lack thereof) of low-quality, disposable design…

This is not a (Rorschach) Test

The Rorschach test has become a common theme in art, design, and pop culture: from the cover of Jay-Z’s “Decoded” to Andy Warhol’s art, it’s taken on a life of its own. We were excited to get a copy of…