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Charged: Shih Chieh Huang

Charged: Shih Chieh Huang

A discussion with the 2014 TED Fellow and sculptor on his work that blends technology and nature

by Kat Herriman in Culture on 17 April 2014

Armory Week 2014: Spikes and Speckles

Armory Week 2014: Spikes and Speckles

A few of our favorites that shared a similar structure, from the annual NYC art fair

by David Graver in Culture on 11 March 2014

Seon Ghi Bahk: Fiction and the Fabricated Image

Seon Ghi Bahk: Fiction and the Fabricated Image

The Korean artist's explosive charcoal installation at Miami's Zadok Gallery

by James Thorne in Culture on 07 March 2014

Cool Hunting Video: Thomas Doyle

Cool Hunting Video: Thomas Doyle

Frozen in time, miniature sculptures that explore the idyllic American home

by Cool Hunting Video in Culture on 26 February 2014

Off Piste: Neon Daze and Winter Waves

Off Piste: Neon Daze and Winter Waves

Artists Corey Smith and Mike Parillo bring snowboarding back to its roots with experimental handmade boards

by Graham Hiemstra in Culture on 13 February 2014

Lisa Swerling’s Glass Cathedrals

Lisa Swerling’s Glass Cathedrals

Miniature worlds that explore and celebrate the human condition

by CH Contributor in Culture on 13 February 2014

Art Shanty Projects

Art Shanty Projects

A temporary community of artist-made ice huts brings the audience into the arts experience

by Graham Hiemstra in Travel on 12 February 2014

The Language of Tape Design

The Language of Tape Design

A look at the age-old technique of using full scale clay models and tape in the automotive design process

by Evan Orensten in Design on 03 February 2014

Interview: Mark Fox

Interview: Mark Fox

Our discussion with the NYC via Ohio artist on the influence of puppets, Sunday Mass and a fateful tornado in his acclaimed work

by Hans Aschim in Culture on 16 January 2014

Miami Art Week 2013: Folded, Rippled and Melted

Miami Art Week 2013: Folded, Rippled and Melted

Our highlights of non-traditional shapes across sculpture and painting

by David Graver in Culture on 13 December 2013

Frederik Molenschot at Huys

Frederik Molenschot at Huys

The Dutch lighting designer's public exhibition in a private residence in NYC

by David Graver in Design on 21 October 2013

"Sunflowers" by Rob and Nick Carter

"Sunflowers" by Rob and Nick Carter

A 3D bronze reinterpretation of Vincent van Gogh's 1888 painting

by Gavin Lucas in Culture on 08 October 2013

Detritus by Jonathan Schipper

Detritus by Jonathan Schipper

An interactive salt-based art installation, complete with a usable jacuzzi, that exists in a constant state of change

by Hans Aschim in Culture on 03 October 2013

London Design Festival 2013: Hunting & Narud

London Design Festival 2013: Hunting & Narud

The design duo draws from their native Norway to create functional but wondrously sculptural mirrors

by CH Contributor in Design on 02 October 2013

Foreign Neighbors: A Solo Show by SiMPLE

Foreign Neighbors: A Solo Show by SiMPLE

The vibrant US debut of the Sweden-based artist and more, curated by a NYC collective

by David Graver in Culture on 27 September 2013

Nicole Naone at Waikiki Parc

Nicole Naone at Waikiki Parc

Honolulu's hip hotel enters the gallery world with a sculptural debut

by David Graver in Culture on 09 August 2013

Lasvit Tour de France Trophy 2013

Lasvit Tour de France Trophy 2013

The world's most celebrated bicycle race marks its 100th year with a hand-blown crystal trophy

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 23 July 2013

Interview: Orly Genger

Interview: Orly Genger

The artist behind the Madison Square Park installation "Red, Yellow and Blue"

by Nara Shin in Culture on 12 July 2013

Lucite Sculptures by Phillip Low

Lucite Sculptures by Phillip Low

Sculptural wonderment wrangling light across the color spectrum

by David Graver in Design on 09 July 2013

Wood Architecture Now! Vol. 2

Wood Architecture Now! Vol. 2

Taschen takes a look at the material's widespread use in contemporary architecture

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 08 July 2013

"No Limits," In the Gloaming

"No Limits," In the Gloaming

Skyscraper-inspired swirls of steel and aluminum sculpture provide free public art

by David Graver in Design on 03 July 2013

The New Whitney with Renzo Piano

The New Whitney with Renzo Piano

A hard-hat tour with the architect of the museum's future home

by Lauren Espeseth in Design on 28 June 2013

Design Miami/Basel 2013: Casting Light

Design Miami/Basel 2013: Casting Light

From artificial storms to electronic innovations, five works that cleverly play with light

by David Graver in Design on 21 June 2013

Max Hazan's 1996 Royal Enfield Bullet 500

Max Hazan's 1996 Royal Enfield Bullet 500

The former airplane and boat builder's artistic take on custom motorcycle design

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 14 June 2013

Interview: Jay Sae Jung Oh

Interview: Jay Sae Jung Oh

The designer discusses her jute-wrapped sculptural "Savage" series, environmental sustainability and her next step

by Perrin Drumm in Design on 11 June 2013

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