E for Effort Loose Leaf Apparel
College-ruled paper's return as screen-printed t-shirts and totes
by Jacob Resneck
on 29 April 2010
Assembly Design's 00 Clock
Juxtaposing measurement and abstraction, a grid wall-clock with reversible hands
by Hans Aschim
Balancing a calculated academic approach with a very tactile studio process, the New York City-based duo Assembly Design (responsible for the imaginative furniture collaboration that debuted at this year's ICFF) is now exploring familiar territory...
Geometry Lessons T-Shirts
An Australian artist turns conventional shapes into an unconventional tee-shirt line
by Anna Carnick
by Anna Carnick For artist Lincoln Mayne shapes don't get any better than geometric ones, a theory he recently put to the test with his debut t-shirt collection Geometry Lessons. His designs center around three ubiquitous shapes—the circle...
Dynomighty Magnetic Desk Dots
by Nathan Suberi
Highly functional and dead simple, Dynomighty Design's Desk Dots made us instant fans on our recent visit to their Manhattan studio. An indispensable desk-side companion, the powerful ceramic magnets can hold business cards, post pictures, build...
Tokyo Art Beat T-shirts
by Evan Orensten
Tokyo Art Beat is an essential guide to the Tokyo art and design scene. The site is published in both Japanese and English and is free, making it a must for anyone living in or traveling to Tokyo. They have recently released a series of T-shirts by...
Studio Visit: Material Lust
The rebellious design duo translates hidden symbols and philosophies into sculptural, unsettling furniture
by Kat Herriman
Located on the invisible line that divides the East Village and Gramercy is the home and studio of Lauren Larson and Christian Swafford, the two young artists behind provocative design firm, Material Lust. Upon entering the loft, visitors are immediately...
Function meets design in a service exclusive to Phillips de Pury
by Kelly O'Reilly
Behind gregorysung's understated O Tea design lies more than a year of research and development to produce a supremely functional tea service that combines cool-to-the-touch surfaces with a drip-less pot and cups sized with the hand in mind. Aside...
The newly launched NYC-via-Vancouver brand's debut pullover windbreaker combines luxury materials with minimalist design
by Hans Aschim
Classics done extremely well are always welcome in the design world. Newly launched luxury streetwear label Prospekt Supply provides a strong showing with their debut product simply dubbed "No. 1 Windbreaker," which is likely the highest quality...
by Ami Kealoha
A 3-D take on the wall mural, these kits from Brooklyn-based artists Elisheva Biernoff and Jennifer Smith come with sculptural wall ornaments, paint, instructions, and everything else needed to create themed decor. Their debut design, "South...
A look inside the OLED maker's first showroom with Art Director Thierry Gaugain
by Graham Hiemstra
As essentially the only company making OLED applications available to the consumer market,Blackbody—a sub-brand of innovative Italian-French lighting developer Astron Fiamm—is leading the charge to bring the versatile lighting option to a wider audience...
Hope in the White House Tees
by Karen Day
You may not have been able to get your hands on a ticket to Obama's historic inauguration taking place this Tuesday in D.C., but you can still show your support and sanguine sentiments for the new President with New Orleans artist Dan Tague'...
40 Days of Dating
NYC designers and best friends test, investigate and document a relationship
by Lauren Espeseth
Jessica Walsh and Tim Goodman are best friends who find themselves single at the same time. Walsh is the hopeless romantic, always looking for love, and Goodman is afraid of commitment, oftentimes after many girls at once. Losing sight of what it...
Photographer Joshua Lutz
by Lost At E Minor
Meadowlands, a monograph by New York photographer, Joshua Lutz, is a collection of photos taken of the 32-square-mile area between New York City and New Jersey. It's a locale that most New Yorkers have never heard of or taken the time to visit...