They're both body art, and their respective consumers are changing the way we live, work, eat, play and spend.
For those who love classic Americana, there's nothing better than a 1950s-style diner. If you want to spare yourself the hassle of a DIY project, and you have some money to spend, these seven homes for sale come with their very own diner included. Happy Days indeed.
Alexandra Von Furstenberg has made waves in the design scene with her modern take on acrylic home decor and furniture. Her designs, often injected with a sliver of fluorescent color, are a fresh and contemporary take on a material that we've come to associate with the '70s.
SEO companies around the world aggressively follow the SEO principles they read on the web. But when it comes to decisions that affect usability and the simple functioning of a website, they're innocently ignorant or willfully so.
Opened in July 2012, the Vice Versa Hotel in Paris stands out for its original decor created by Chantal Thomass. The famous fashion designer was not o...
Their trademark style involves an undercurrent of wit and fierce thoughtfulness.
Until a few years ago, Oscar envelopes were functional, but a bit frumpy. Enter Marc Friedland, a designer who could be considered the Diana Vreeland of invitations, cards, mailers, stationery, and envelopes.
These rings symbolize a commitment to ethical values, as well as love.
Two tools of the trade.
Can novel insights into the pulse of a society and uncommon design opportunities be glimpsed from outliers like Gangnam Style?
Just over a year after New York-based practice Diller Scofidio & Renfro (DS+R) was selected to transform the center of Aberdeen, Scotland, the city co...
Art delivered to your door is only a fraction of the services offered via Kipton Cronkite and Christian Simond's newly launched website, @60" -- the Height of Art.
If a creative culture, as identified by creative professionals, is the prerequisite for competitive advantages today, how can manufacturing and service-oriented cultures make this leap?
Experience, says, in one word, that "I did that", "I was there", and "I made that happen." So why then, are so many employers forgoing the chance of enlisting experienced workers toward they corporate cause, in lieu of finding more affordable workers?
What might be possible, if organizations, strategies and business models were thought of as malleable enablers of business opportunities as opposed to being restricted by rigid rules and procedures?
Proximity Designs is a for-profit design company whose goal is to create products cheap enough -- and good enough -- that they can be bought by poor farmers, instead of just giving them aid.