Pillow by Snarkitecture

Hand-cast from gypsum cement, the design firm's latest concept fools the eyes and cradles your phone

Founded by architect Alex Mustonen and contemporary artist Daniel Arsham, design firm Snarkitecture has a history of making work from the unexpected. Their latest product, a resting dock for your iPhone aptly dubbed Pillow, continues along this tradition. Individually hand-cast in Brooklyn from gypsum cement, Pillow appears as a soft, gentle place for your phone to lie, yet it provides the security of a solid …

Jonas Lund’s Art World API

A digital installation exploring art through technology and science

Still abuzz from his shared online experience art piece “We See In Every Direction,” the Swedish-born, Amsterdam-based artist Jonas Lund is launching a new project, called Art World API. Lund’s interdisciplinary attack on art combines internet-embedded works with video and installation art, as well as a performance element. Utilizing networked systems, Lund gathers volunteer explorers and charts social interactions on the web. Known just as …

Lucite Sculptures by Phillip Low

Sculptural wonderment wrangling light across the color spectrum

Artist Phillip Low returns to the market with four one-of-a-kind pieces. Hand-crafted from the high-grade acrylic medium Lucite, these geometric shapes manipulate their environment and dazzle with colorful light dexterity. The new 2013 pieces—called Purple Orange Clear Sculpture, Green Clear Pink Sculpture, Green Black Clear Sculpture and Blue Sculpture—reference Low’s previous acrylic explorations while bringing further dimension amid stylistic variation to his work to date. …