Artist Nino Sarabutra

See how one Thai sculptor takes on the growing norms of societal over-indulgence

During our recent venture to Bangkok, we stopped by the home and latest exhibition of Thai artist Nino Sarabutra. Sarabutra showed us her portfolio of work, mostly consisting of porcelain sculptures, that lives throughout her house and garden. Sarabutra then guided us through the ideas behind her exhibit “What Are We Drinking?” in which she challenges social norms of consumption with her porcelain, glass and …

Cool Hunting Editions Starfleet Machine

A deep space inspired table clock unlike one you've ever seen before

For years now, we’ve followed the work of Max Büsser, the mastermind behind horological design house MB&F. His distinct timepieces represent mind-bending innovation and eccentric inspiration, all hand-crafted, in an industry that more often than not sticks to its roots. When Büsser announced a partnership with Switzerland’s oldest clockmaker, L’Epée 1839, the Starfleet Machine was conceived. Two years’ worth of work went into developing a …

Art of the Italian Two Wheel

A homage to 1960s and '70s Italian motorcycle design, on show in NYC

Stuart Parr’s expansive collection of vintage Italian motorcycles is a sight to see, so we took a trip to 285 Madison Avenue in New York City where Parr is currently exhibiting a selection of his beautiful bikes. While there, renowned motorcycle historian Ian Falloon gave us a rundown of the design and engineering behind the mechanical masterpieces. The “Art of the Italian Two Wheel” is …