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Beijing Artist Kong Kong Wei

Beijing Artist Kong Kong Wei

Fantastical shoes and simple cotton accessories express the Chinese artist's creative dichotomy

by Alessandro De Toni in Design on 10 September 2014

Monika Sosnowska's 110-Foot-Long TOWER

Monika Sosnowska's 110-Foot-Long TOWER

A singular large-scale sculpture inspired by the architecture of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

by David Graver in Culture on 05 September 2014

Interview: Iris van Herpen

Interview: Iris van Herpen

The boundary-pushing haute couture designer on collaborating with Dom Pérignon for their latest vintage, the 2004 Metamorphosis

by Karen Day in Food + Drink on 04 September 2014

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Cool Hunting Video: 27 Robots

Cool Hunting Video: 27 Robots

Josue Maldonaldo sculpts cars by day and creates imaginative musical creatures by night

by Cool Hunting Video in Design on 21 August 2014

Studio Visit: Li Ying

Studio Visit: Li Ying

Ethereal metal sculptures hint at the Beijing artist's ongoing continuum with time

by Alessandro De Toni in Design on 14 August 2014

Jakub Berdych's Robot

Jakub Berdych's Robot

The light up glass sculpture alludes to the famous modernist work of the Čapek brothers who invented the word "robot"

by Adam Stech in Design on 18 June 2014

Ren Ri’s Beeswax Sculptures

Ren Ri’s Beeswax Sculptures

The Beijing-based artist devises works that explore the relationship between humans and nature, getting stung in the process

by Alessandro De Toni in Culture on 18 June 2014

Doubleparlour Sculptures

Doubleparlour Sculptures

The husband and wife duo creates curiously creepy, macabre sculptures that make for unusual toys

by Carol T Chung in Culture on 30 May 2014

ICFF 2014 Preview: Rich Brilliant Willing

ICFF 2014 Preview: Rich Brilliant Willing

Brooklyn's design trio release two organically inspired lighting structures

by Graham Hiemstra in Design on 16 May 2014

Cool Hunting Video: Barry X Ball

Cool Hunting Video: Barry X Ball

Using tools of the digital revolution, the artist recreates and re-imagines Renaissance era masterpieces

by Cool Hunting Video in Culture on 15 May 2014

Lee Bul

Lee Bul

Utopian labyrinth headlines the South Korean artist's latest exhibition

by James Thorne in Culture on 05 May 2014

Gehard Demetz: The Invocation

Gehard Demetz: The Invocation

The Italian sculptor explores the transition to adulthood through his life-size wooden sculptures of children at Jack Shainman Gallery

by Nara Shin in Culture on 02 May 2014

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

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