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The vibrant encrusted surfaces of the artist Brian Rochefort’s ceramic vessels evoke Technicolor eruptions.
Aaron Aujla and Ben Bloomstein of Green River Project draw on their backgrounds as artists to create conceptual handcrafted furniture.
The artist makes liberal use of glitter while creating a new work in under an hour using a few select items.
The intermingling of men and robotic technology in the artistic realm paves the path ahead for the future of art.
A cultural compendium of things T editors are excited about in a given month.
Fumiko Imano is the Japanese self-portraitist who duplicates herself for Loewe’s bizarre fashion spreads.
Working out of her Zurich studio, Sonnhild Kestler makes clothing and objects inspired by travel, folklore and even her own history.
In a rapidly changing visual landscape, three creatives push the frontier in their respective industries.
Architecture can be declared a landmark, but all too often the fate of artwork that has been made for a particular environment remains uncertain.
The artist and creative director invite T into their eclectic farmhouse, Linceowitz, in Ghent, New York.
The godfather of street art reflects on his collaborative trajectory and the reality of surfing the colliding orbits of culture.
Exhibiting a photo series of her escapades at the Leica Galerie, Singapore-based socialite and photography enthusiast Rosalynn Tay wants her audience to look and look again.
Matt Zurbo’s challenge, named after his daughter, Cielo, is an unconventional labour of love.
Mosser Glass, an almost fifty-year-old company based in Cambridge, Ohio, has found a new generation of customers.
Fallingwater and the Guggenheim are among eight of the architect’s major works that were added to the conservation list.
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of man’s first landing on the moon, Montblanc introduces a new collection of writing instruments inspired by space travel.
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.
Tschabalala Self’s textile works — which will go on view at MoMA PS1 next month — are inspired by people on the streets of Harlem.
The painter discusses a portrait of the artist Faith Ringgold by Alice Neel.
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.
Design that incites delight tends to necessitate spatial expansiveness. The little red dot’s architects and space designers beg to differ.
Rarámuri women in Chihuahua, Mexico, have made an indigenous style of dress a means of fighting assimilation.
The kitchen-ware entrepreneur Ellen Bennett shares tips for keeping food labelled, spices sorted and drawers in perfect order.
A group of contemporary architects is creating daringly modern religious structures in the predominantly Muslim nation.
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