Designed as an antidote to the piles of steel commuter bikes that line the walks and whiz through the streets of Amsterdam, Van Heesch Design's Copper Bike—an edition limited to 10—transcends any adherence to drab utility. As copper's natural patina...
Screw Me Screwdriver
NYC-based artist Baron von Fancy has a way with words and his latest art edition is no exception. Created for his show “You’re My Drug of Choice,” his cheeky screwdriver marries form with function and is just the tool your home is missing.
Danh Vō Baggu Tote
Vietnam-born Danish artist Danh Vō is known for his conceptually driven sculptures. Often incorporating political or historical references, Vo’s work—like this limited edition Baggu tote for Marian Goodman Gallery—speaks to his exploration of the power...
The collaborative brainchild of three individuals, "Collage Culture" is a multi-faceted appraisal of the 21st century as an artistic era built on references to the past. In accordance with its composite-driven theme, the project is available both...
Since launching last July, Grey Area has become a choice online destination for those seeking unique, artist-designed objects, from "Best Friends" skateboards to handmade headpieces. After opening pop-ups in Montauk last summer and then at the Bass...
Best of CH 2011: Five Conceptually Driven Designs
From ICFF to Art Basel, 2011 delivered a flurry of design objects for the home that while highly creative and concept-driven, didn't compromise their utilitarian duties. From recycled plastic chairs to roman numeral inspired book shelves, the following...
Long lauded as a dark symbol of the occult, the skull has endured a rather fashionable resurgence in recent years. Cataloging some of the most intriguing and sometimes unnerving displays of the symbol's use is Skull Style, a newly released visual...