Interview: Jason de Haan

The young Canadian artist talks about his recent trip to the Arctic Circle and what's up next

Canadian artist Jason de Haan‘s star has been shining brightly this year. After being shortlisted for the prestigious Sobey Art Award (Canada’s largest prize for young artists) earlier this year, the young, multidisciplinary artist is currently part of a touring exhibition on view in his home province of Alberta, as well as a show at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto. On top …

Interview: Richard Branson on Design

Our interview with the entrepreneur on the importance of design in building a brand

by Rod Kurtz When you board a Virgin America plane, distinct aesthetics—purple ambient lights, black leather seats and a flight crew smartly clad in Banana Republic uniforms—make it immediately clear this airline is different. Like the rest of Sir Richard Branson‘s properties, Virgin America launched in 2007 as a brash upstart in a traditional industry—an attempt to jostle the stalwart carriers and give air travel …

Whole Larder Love

A beautifully illustrated guide to living off the land based on Rohan Anderson's blog

Aggravated by the unsustainable food industry in his native Australia (and everywhere else for that matter), Rohan Anderson took it upon himself to change things in his own life. Anderson now lives entirely off the land with his family in the rural town of Ballarat, documenting their DIY adventures on his blog, Whole Larder Love. Having established an impressive presence on the web, Anderson is …