Blooming Poppies Dinner Plate Set

Produced for The Heirloom Project—designer Madeline Weinrib’s initiative to honor the 10th anniversary of the Islamic Wing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and to preserve historic techniques and design principles through partnerships with global artisans—this set of four fine bone china dinner plates invokes a floral motif attributed to late-17th century India. Each plate is made in India by Good Earth, the studio founded …

Monopoly: The Met Edition

Imagined in collaboration with NYC’s momentous Metropolitan Museum of Art, Monopoly: The Med Edition incorporates attributes from 5,000 years of art history. This variation on the classic board game weaves in components from The Met’s 17 curatorial departments and allows users to develop and expand their own mini museums with the addition of galleries and wings. This edition’s booklet doesn’t just contain the rules, it …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Celebrating trans love, the return of a design icon, maps from the mind, ancient inventions gain new life and more

GLAAD’s #TransLoveStories Portraits for Transgender Day of Visibility 31 March marked the 10th annual Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV), observed worldwide to celebrate trans people everywhere. Representation is vital, always, and especially when it portrays trans individuals finding and sharing love. To honor the occasion, GLAAD is highlighting relationships in the trans community through their #TransLoveStories campaign. NYC-based photographer Landyn Pan captured tender moments through …