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Making Miniatures Fly at Gulliver’s Gate
We talk to Adrian Davies, head of model-making, about the 2,200 square foot airport they’re building
by Josh Rubin
In order to get a New York City resident into the heart of Times Square, the attraction must be one of pure magnificence. That's exactly what we found with Gulliver’s Gate, a massive world of miniatures unlike any other. This isn't a novelty experience;...
Word of Mouth: Adirondacks
A weekend through spots in Lake Placid, Saranac Lake and Tupper Lake
by Nara Shin
Six hours from Toronto, Boston and New York City, the Adirondacks region is the largest publicly protected area within the 48 states (one just can't compete with how big Alaska is). One of the most unique aspects to this state park is that there are...
Interview: Radish Fiction Founder, Seung Yoon Lee
A new model for publishing and a destination for lovers of serialized stories
by David Graver
As many writers know, it's not easy to make money in the literary world. Sure, most industries need scribes and there are many writing-centric fields, but for aspiring fiction writers, the industry appears much as it did 100 years ago. Publishing...
Interview: Snowshoe Artist Simon Beck
A mastermind of ephemeral works on imagination, planning and creation
by Josh Rubin
With snow-covered terrain as the canvas, artist Simon Beck snowshoes mind-boggling geometric art into the surface. Beck is a master of ephemeral murals, and his process is one of calculation and patience with each step as a stroke in the bigger picture...
Salad for President: A Cookbook Inspired by Artists
Author Julia Sherman's collection of more than 75 recipes drawn from the creative world
by David Graver
After years developing and sharing a sensory collaboration unlike any other, author and artist Julia Sherman has reshaped her famed Salad for President blog into book form. "Salad for President: A Cookbook Inspired by Artists" incorporates a little...
Museum of Ice Cream, LA
Downtown's Arts District serves as a temporary home for the photogenic monument to dessert
by CH Contributor
by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick From 22 April through 29 May, a warehouse space in Downtown LA's Arts District will stand as a monument to dessert: it is the temporary home of the Museum of Ice Cream. The Museum lies at the sensory intersection of sweet...
TID’s Minimal Watches
The Swedish brand gives select designers the chance to create their own limited edition timepieces
by Richard Prime
TID’s minimal yet distinctive watch design is sleek on its own, but has also always been crying out for reinterpretations. Up until now, the brand has done a grand job of subtly iterating its timepiece into new material and color combinations...
Bleachers and Carly Rae Jepsen, DJ Shadow and Nas, a stop-motion video from Exit Kid and more in our musical round-up
by CH Editors
Bleachers feat. Carly Rae Jepsen: Hate That You Know Me With Carly Rae Jepsen on back-up vocals, Bleachers' new track "Hate That You Know Me" will appear on the band's second record Gone Now, set for release 2 June. With a slightly distorted bass...
Link About It: Earth Day 2017 Edition
Some fascinating, recent news about our beautiful planet
by CH Editors
1. 3D-Printed Coral Could Save Our Endangered Reefs Jacques Cousteau's grandson Fabien Cousteau believes that synthetic, 3D-printed coral might be the thing to save our endangered reefs. According to CNET, "In nature, coral reefs are made up of...
Interview: Multimedia Artist Yuri Suzuki
The talented creative discusses his immersive installation for Audi during Milan Design Week 2017
by CH Studio
One of the more powerful installations at Milan Design Week 2017 was London-based multimedia artist Yuri Suzuki’s “First of all, it’s not 100% demonstrating a car, but they really wanted to demonstrate the concept—the philosophy behind what they...
Link About It: This Week's Picks
Electric cars, Record Store Day, debunking Star Trek theories and more in our look at the web
by CH Editors
1. Star Wars + Record Store Day Milestone Anniversary Turntable In celebration of the 10th annual Record Store Day, as well as the 40th anniversary of the very first "Star Wars" film, Crosley Radio has made a limited edition record player. Only...
Nikon Love Letters to New York
A digital campaign to encourage those living in the Big Apple to share their own beautiful images and messages of appreciation
by Josh Rubin
When the core of a social media campaign is an authentic request to share love—of all types—even when it's neatly wrapped up in a brand message, it's hard to deny the importance. This is precisely what's drawn us to the new Nikon "Love Letters from...
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