CH Edition Morocco: Artisan Project Pop-Up Shop

In an airy, private studio in Fès, our guests were offered access to thoughtfully made objects

Earlier this year, COOL HUNTING’s founders guided 24 readers through various cities in Morocco. This, we believe, expresses the best of COOL HUNTING together in a way that truly must be experienced in person. As one may expect, the CH Edition trip to Morocco was full of special moments and exclusive events. Our time in Fès exemplifies this—from a mountain-top picnic to personalized private tours …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Citrus archaeology, a dive into RAMMELLZEE's wild world, Amnesty and artists explore censorship and more

1. RAMMELLZEE: It’s Not Who But What Created as part of the current exhibition, Red Bull Arts New York joined forces with director Oscar Boyson and producer Elara Pictures for a wild ride into the world of RAMMELLZEE—an icon, artist, graffiti writer, hip-hop pioneer and so much more. Exploring the artist’s theatricality, myths and remarkable imagination, the video sums up the complex legend as best …

The Art of Prosthetic Eyeball-Making

Like blacksmithing or shoemaking, the age-old craft of creating prosthetic eyeballs requires skill, technique and a good amount of artistry. The craft dates back to 2900 BC, when the very first false eye was discovered in the skull of an ancient priestess. In recent years, advances in technology have allowed modern ocularists to replicate eyeballs to such a degree that doctors sometimes have difficulty recognizing …

“Metal is The New Black” by Quiet British Accent

Motorhead and Iron Maiden meets embroidery in this homage to heavy metal designs

Taking something traditionally wholesome and making it a little subversive and much more playful, London-based design duo Quiet British Accent has recently unveiled their Metal is The New Black project. For the series, QBA—aka Sharon and Jason Gale—have created three traditional home embroidery hoops, but are paying homage to metal lettering and graphics. The hand-drawn designs are machine-embroidered to perfection, and the results are playful, …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Previously unseen images of Warhol and co, FLOTUS on educating girls, Star Wars marble statues and more

1. Lytro is Revolutionizing the Way We Capture Virtual Reality Lytro first entered the photography market with a camera that differentiated itself by capturing a scene’s entire light field, allowing users to adjust focus after the shot. Now, they’ve applied that same technology to virtual reality, resulting in the Lytro Immerge—a spherical camera that may revolutionize the way people capture 3D video. Previously, VR cameras …