Milan Design Week 2015: COS + Snarkitecture

The two organizations teamed up for a simple but dreamy installation at Salone del Mobile

NYC-based design firm Snarkitecture and Swedish clothing retailer COS collaborated on a striking project for Salone del Mobile at this year’s Milan Design Week. The installation—made up of thousands of white, individually cut ribbons—allows for exploration of a cavernous space, but the material used means that the walls and ceilings of the “cave” sway and move. Inspired by COS’ spring/summer 2015 collection, the project is …

Yellow Owl’s Little Prints

Creative force Christine Schmidt shares her lively ideas for making simple, unique projects for kids of all ages using stamps, stencils and prints in “Yellow Owl’s Little Prints.” Kids will love it and parents will cherish the endless entertainment, which result in one-of-a-kind tote bags, blankets, stationery and wall art to hold onto for years to come.

Time and Space on the Lower East Side

Photographer Brian Rose compares the NYC neighborhood from 1980 to 2010

After graduating from The Cooper Union in 1980 Brian Rose began recording the cultural landscape of the Lower East Side along with fellow photographer Ed Fausty. The images were exhibited in a show called “Gargoyles and Cherubs” at the Henry Street Settlement the next year, but were later forgotten—the negatives left in Rose’s archives. Thirty years later, he decided to revisit the theme. Rose brought …