TAG ARCHIVES: "design"

TETRIS ON THE GREEN BUILDING, MIT

On April 20, hackers at MIT transformed the Green Building, which is home to MIT Planetary Earth and Sciences Department, into a giant sized game of... [read more]

PANTONE TOOTHBRUSH SET

PANTONE UNIVERSE TOOTHBRUSH SET BY KIKKERLAND,... [read more]

RENDERINGS FOR HIGHLINE PROJECT COMPLETION

The final phase of the High Line public space project, which was unveiled last October, is being called “The High Line at the Rail Yards” and will weave through the Hudson... [read more]

KULTURPARK PUBLIC ART PROJECT ANNOUNCES KICKSTARTER INITIATIVE

A collaborative of over 30 Berlin and U.S.-based visionaries (including Dirty’s Editor-at-Large, curator Anthony Spinello, & artist Agustina Woodgate) are thrilled to announce... [read more]

ECOIST: GET TRASHED!

ECOIST HAS MADE AN ENTIRE BUSINESS OUT OF REINVENTING THE GARBAGE CREATED BY SODA POP AND JUNK FOOD. FOUNDER JONATHAN MARCOSHAMER GOT ON THE PHONE IN MIAMI AND EXPLAINED TO DIRTY HOW HE... [read more]

CHRIS HABANA: HEAVY METAL LOVER

UNDENIABLY A PRODUCT OF THE 90’s, DESIGNER CHRIS HABANA IS PERHAPS BEST KNOWN FOR HIS EDGY JEWELRY LINES; THE SELF TITLED CHRISHABANA, AND THE MORE WALLET-FRIENDLY MY ENEMY. HEAVILY... [read more]

URBANIZED: THE FINAL CHAPTER IN HUSTWIT’S DESIGN TRILOGY

TEXT Andrew Persoff   Fresh off a less-than-pleasurable commute through Miami—a city neutered by an underperforming transit system—this article was realized. Having left the... [read more]

INDIE PUBLISHING WUNDERKIND, CREATIVE DIRECTOR ALEC FRIEDMAN

ONE OF NEW YORK’S NOTABLE CREATIVES, ALEC FRIEDMAN HAS WHAT THE NEW YORK TIMES REFERS TO AS “THE HUSTER MENTALITY OF THE NATIVE NEW YORKER THAT HE IS.”  THE CONSULTANT,... [read more]

KEI KAGAMI – 10 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE

A ’10 Year Retrospective of Shoemaker Kei Kagami’ is set to be exhibited at Steinbeisser Gallery, Amsterdam starting November 5. Japanese architect turned designer gave up... [read more]

HERE COMES THE BRIDE!

This 5-meter high tampon chandelier, curiously titled “The Bride”, was created by Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos. The piece is made up of wire, cotton, and 14,000... [read more]
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