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Art & Design26 June 2019
Objects of Desire: The Montblanc StarWalker Pens

Commemorating the 50th anniversary of man’s first landing on the moon, Montblanc introduces a new collection of writing instruments inspired by space travel.

Art & Design, Trending18 June 2019
Futura, the Unsung Hero of Modern Streetwear

At 63, the godfather of street art has no intention of putting down his Krylon can. Instead, along with it, he jolts his legendary streetwear label back to life.

Art & Design11 June 2019
Person to Know: An Artist Paying Homage to Harlem Using Found Fabrics in Paintings

Tschabalala Self’s textile works — which will go on view at MoMA PS1 next month — are inspired by people on the streets of Harlem.

T | On Set, Art & Design6 June 2019
On Set | Jordan Casteel

The painter discusses a portrait of the artist Faith Ringgold by Alice Neel.

Art & Design30 May 2019
The Changing Face of Pet Furniture

Pet furnishings used to stick out like a sore thumb — an aesthetic displeasure that even the boundless love for a pet cannot blind. Well, not anymore.

Art & Design28 May 2019
In Singapore, “No More Free Space?”

Design that incites delight tends to necessitate spatial expansiveness. The little red dot’s architects and space designers beg to differ.

Art & Design, Trending26 May 2019
Traditional Dresses as Resistance

Rarámuri women in Chihuahua, Mexico, have made an indigenous style of dress a means of fighting assimilation.

Gourmet, Art & Design21 May 2019
How to Organise Your Kitchen Like a Professional Chef

The kitchen-ware entrepreneur Ellen Bennett shares tips for keeping food labelled, spices sorted and drawers in perfect order.

Art & Design15 May 2019
In Bangladesh, Reimagining What a Mosque Might Be

A group of contemporary architects is creating daringly modern religious structures in the predominantly Muslim nation.

Art & Design14 May 2019
Person to Know: An Artist Who Makes Giant Woman-Shaped Vases

Ruby Neri’s voluptuous ceramic sculptures depict female figures as they dance, talk and ride horses.

Art & Design, Travel13 May 2019
What Should Replace Notre-Dame’s Spire?

Several designers said in interviews that their designs were merely artistic responses to the shock of the fire. But some also hope that their plans will be chosen.

Art & Design12 May 2019
It’s Not Science Fiction — Your Future Home Is on a Floating City

In the calamity of overpopulation, dwindling territory and climate change, an unlikely solution comes in the most fantastical way. Step into Oceanix, a self-sustainable floating city, and future home to human habitation.

Art & Design, Trending10 May 2019
From a Horse Saddle to a Goat Carriage, an Exhibition of Hermès’ Archival Objects

In the latest instalment of its Hermès Heritage exhibitions, coined “In Motion”, the French heritage house presents an introspective look into its rich archive anchored in the notion of travel. 

Art & Design8 May 2019
Person to Know: An Artist Who Makes Irreverent, and Pocket-Size, Sculptures

Ron Nagle helped pave the way for clay artists to be taken seriously — but he still has a sense of humour. Ahead of a new solo show, he discusses his work, his dog and his TV habits.

Art & Design2 May 2019
Person to Know: A Painter Who Left the Art World in Order to Actually Make Art

For the past 30 years, Vivian Suter has been quietly working in her home on Lake Atitlán, Guatemala. Now, she’s found international recognition.

Art & Design, Trending29 April 2019
T Suggests: Vintage Mid-Century Danish Furniture, a Father-Son Art Trail and Polo Shirts Made of Recycled Plastic Bottles

A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.

Art & Design29 April 2019
Who Says Old-Fashioned Street Photography Is Dead?

Jean Andre Antoine uses a camera from 1947 and spends nearly every day working the same SoHo block.

Trending, Art & Design24 April 2019
Person to Know: The Chic Octogenarian Behind Barbie’s Best Looks

Meet Carol Spencer, doll dresser extraordinaire and unsung doyenne of American fashion history.

Art & Design24 April 2019
The Most Wondrous Things at the Milan Furniture Fair

Designers trotted out their latest creations. Earth-friendly materials, bizarre shapes and coziness were among the themes.

Art & Design18 April 2019
In Hawaii, the Quilt Makers Keeping a Centuries-Old Tradition Alive

This week, pieces by the Poakalani quilting circle are on display during the Salone del Mobile in Milan as part of a collaboration with Loewe.

Art & Design17 April 2019
Vik Muniz, the Artist Deliberately Creating Bad Illusions

Having recreated the “Mona Lisa” in peanut butter and jelly and Leonardo Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper” in chocolate syrup, the Brazilian artist calls himself a low-tech illusionist.

Art & Design11 April 2019
Person to Know: An Artist Who Creates Joyful, Shimmering Images of West Indian Culture

Paul Anthony Smith discusses his intricate, time-intensive process — and his favourite forms of procrastination.

Art & Design29 March 2019
The Digital Art Revolution

As technology governs contemporary lives, the realm of art, despite long being known as a stickler for tradition, opens it arms.

T | House Tour, Art & Design25 March 2019
House Tour | Castello di Potentino

A British family’s 11th-century, 20-bedroom castle and vineyard in southern Tuscany.

Art & Design, Entertainment & Culture24 March 2019
Person to Know: An Actor Who Makes Chairs

An exploration into the projects creative people pursue in their off hours. Presenting: Gbenga Akinnagbe.

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