If our civilization was to disappear tomorrow, would you be able to say what the future world had lost? When you work to create a sustainable future, are you certain that your approaches serve life and people?
It's a breath of fresh air that attracted art, culture, design and creativity aficionados to Nuqat's conference in Kuwait amid a storm of insanity engulfing the Middle East.
1. Designing clothing for me is about enhancing beauty and celebrating women. After 13 years I continue to find a happy balance of comfort, style and ...
We'd never leave!
At a first glance, walking through the Los Angeles Auto Show was not an overly exciting experience. Although all automakers can create a beautiful looking car, the only car immediately making heads turn was an Alfa Romeo TZ2 race car from the '60s.
The defeat of terrorist networks may come, not just from the elimination of key members, but also from the disruption of the networks themselves. Such networks depend upon bonds of trust and dependable communication.
Jamey Brittingham was ready to take on New York's fashion industry with eight hundred dollars and her trusty sewing machine after rounding up the funds at her graduation party from Radford University as a designer.
American public bathrooms are often designed to make the experience exceedingly uncomfortable. Silence about the issue persists, largely because of cultural taboos that discourage any discussion about alleviating design flaws.
Don't: Apply too many crazy paint jobs to your walls and furniture. It's fun to paint and it gets kind of addictive, but your home can begin to look like a circus canvas if you are not careful!
With romance-enhancing amenities like outdoor showers, beds under the stars, fireplaces, and special welcome kits that can certainly make a person feel more... welcoming, these 13 hotels and resorts set the mood in no uncertain terms.
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We are naturally curious and creative individuals - however past traditions pressure us to lead reactive lives. Dogmatic thinking is still informing...
Recently, I asked the Founding Faculty member of Design for America (DFA) Dr. Elizabeth Gerber - a professor in the Segal Design Institute at Northwe...
I tried to write about what I thought the Starbucks red cup controversy was about, but I decided to express it with a drawing instead.
There's something naturally rustic about the holiday season. Maybe it's because of the tall pine trees we bring into our homes or the desire for a constant crackling fire. Whatever the reason, this style gets a lot of attention, and we're giving it some more.
Although the Nepal Earthquake has left the 24 hour media cycle and for the rest of the world it is out-of-sight out-of-mind, the repercussions are still wreaking havoc on poor developing villages all over the country.