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Kinematics 4D-Printed Dress
Founded in 2007, generative design studio Nervous System has been working with cutting-edge computer simulation and digital fabrication technologies to create some of the most interesting products on the market. Now, founders Jessica Rosenkrantz...
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Mezzaluna Chopping Knife
If you love a chopped salad, this is the kitchen tool for you. The knife's curved, stainless steel blade lets you chop up a bounty of herbs and vegetables at once, creating a cohesive medley that ensures you get a mouthful of each ingredient in every...
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The Office For Creative Research
NYC-based The Office for Creative Research unites three internationally renowned media artists—Jer Thorp, Ben Rubin and Mark Hansen—in an exploration of data's expressive possibilities. OCR harnesses vast troves of raw data, streaming it through...
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MoMA Design Competition Floor Lamp
Anyone can jump on the Mid-Century bandwagon and put a credenza in the sitting room, but true connoisseurs have a sharper eye. A prime piece for the latter is Gilbert Watrous' MoMA Design Competition Heifetz Floor Lamp. The enduringly stylish, sleek...
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MoMA Membership
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Ny Rocking Chair
The iconic Ny chair, named for the phonetic pronunciation of designer Takeshi Nii's last name, as well as the Danish word for new or fresh, is available once again. The classic 1958 design—which has a home in MoMA's permanent collection—easily folds...
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Link About It: This Week's Picks
1. Farewell, Sugar Man Director It surprised no one when Malik Bendjelloul won an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature at the 2013 Academy Awards. His film "Searching for Sugar Man" (which happened to be his directorial debut) won the hearts of fans...
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Pig Cooking Lid
You've already got the pot and the belly—now all you need is the pig. MoMA's handy Pig Cooking Lid can be placed on any pot and helps food cook easily as hot water vapor releases through its silicone snout while looking adorable in the process. This...
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43-Piece Kitchen Set
The Malle W. Trousseau collection keeps a kitchen stocked full of the finest utensils. Inspired by French couple Isabelle Mathez and Fredéric Winkler, whose daughter left home with a plea to take her favorite appliances with her, this all-in-one assortment...
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Bamboo Bread Knife
A wooden knife? Yes. This bamboo bread knife from the MoMA Store is extremely effective for cutting bread and other baked goods Crafted entirely from sustainable bamboo and ready to slice, this tasteful knife adds a natural accent to any chopping block...
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Rainbow Mugs
We all remember which color we reached for as a child. Thanks to MoMA, these absolutely classic Rainbow Mugs, originally from Manhattan-based design studio Vignelli Associates, are back in action, stackable as always, and ready to bring the full spectrum...
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Riki Stool
Designed by Riki Watanabe in 1966, the Japanese cardboard folding stool still comes in handy for entertaining when room is tight, packing flat out of the way when you don't need it. Sold in a variety of mod colorways, the DIY crowd will enjoy the white...
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Doggy Radio
Cult-favorite Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara's iconic lonesome puppy has taken on many forms throughout his work, from larger than life statue to magical storybook character. Having confessed dark memories of a real-life abandonment of his own childhood...
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Magritte: Pipe Tray
For seriously enlightened cocktail party conversations, provoke deep and philosophical banter at your next shindig with this serving tray, which depicts surrealist René Magritte's "La trahison des images." You and your guests can impress with art...
CULTURE
Interview: Adam Broomberg
Photography isn't a practice that's conducive to duos; in fact, from a more general perspective, most contemporary visual artists are solitary figures. Thus, the story of duo Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin is a slightly peculiar yet significant...
DESIGN
Vitamin D2
Covered in henna-colored scribbles, Vitamin D2 is the unassuming sequel to Phaidon's extensive 2005 tome Vitamin D: New Perspectives in Drawing. Like its predecessor, Vitamin D2 explores the contemporary world of art's most fundamental, but sometimes...
DESIGN
MoMA Design Store Destination: NYC
Bursting with talent and plenty of places to show it off, New York as a design story is arguably a massive late pass. But, as MoMA Store proves by selecting the Big Apple as this year's design destination, the concept is evergreen when the resource...
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MoMA in May
There are a lot of new things going on at the New York Museum of Modern Art this May. A few new exhibitions, the 100th installation in the Projects series, an interactive studio café and even a new schedule all come into play. To keep you organized...
DESIGN
littleBits at MoMA Design Store
Small objects make big waves as the MoMA Design Store unveils a series of kinetic sculptures created from littleBits electronic elements. Essentially the Legos of electrical engineering, littleBits allow people young and old to imagine and create...
DESIGN
Milton Glaser ShopTalk
Now 83 years old, Milton Glaser has become a name synonymous with meaningful graphic design. With a decades-long career under his belt that includes creating the iconic "I (Heart) NY" logo and many others, as well as co-founding Pushpin Studios...
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Edward Durell Stone: Modernism's Populist Architect
Controversial modernist, notorious drinker, architectural tycoon—Edward Durell Stone wore many hats during his long and storied career. In "Edward Durell Stone: Modernism's Populist Architect," historian Mary Anne Hunting hopes to uncover...
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MoMA Store Call for Designers
Advertorial content: MoMA consistently aspires to connect the art and design within its walls to the greater community that supports it. Both the Young Architects Program held at MoMA PS1 and the recent introduction of the Art Lab iPad app aim to...
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Taryn Simon: A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I - XVIII
Taryn Simon is part bloodhound, part photographer. For "A Living Man Declared Dead and Other Chapters I - XVIII," she spent four years tracking down 18 families spread all over the world. Nine of those families, or chapters, as Simon calls them...
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Sleepwalkers Box
Following his lauded MoMA installation "Sleepwalkers" (2007), Doug Aitken has just released a limited edition box set of materials related to the project in collaboration with Princeton Architectural Press and DFA Records. The original piece turned...
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