Artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc shows us a fusion of flora and fauna. Duc, in collaboration with photographer Isabelle Chapuise, made two series called “Etamine” and “Dandelion”. The series “Etamine” features a man merged with carnations, anemones, chrysanthemum, and iris petals.
Despite being one of the words most people would like to see make an exit ASAP, some brands choose to ride the trend the smartphone inevitably started. Leave it to a tech and fashion collaboration to turn a Mexican hat into an attention-grabbing whatchamacallit.
Fashionistas and tree-huggers alike will revel at the hand-crafted accessories made by Marcel Dunger. The Germany-based artist gives broken pieces of maple wood a second life with the help of colorful, eco-friendly resin. Dunger presses the wood into the biodegradable resin and polishes them into their desired shape for a collection that is definitely unique […]
Laura Miller shows her passion for fruits and vegetables by making it part of her wardrobe for a fun, fresh photo shoot that embodies her personality and way of life.
Kristian Schuller combines voluminous draping dresses with the whimsical personalities of the Big Top to create a fantastical and dreamy photography series called Magic Circus.
This swimsuit by Australian company Black Milk Clothing, well known for geek and pop-culture design, leaves little to the imagination. The naked body doesn’t hold a candle to this organic display. ‘Dem Guts’ is the perfect name for this design.
Mae Alandes specializes in making jewelry out of pencil shavings that make for a colorful, one-of-a-kind piece of wearable art.
Sam Polcer photographs the stylish citizens of New York’s bicycling community for a collection that’s as hip as the city it features.
Youdidnoteatthat is the new hilarious Instagram with the motto of “Speaking the truth in this mixed up world of too many macarons and ice cream cones used as props.”
Rankin and Andrew Gallimore team up to create a stunning and colorful spin on the famous Mexican holiday, Dia De Los Muertos.