The 31-year-old artist’s installations create order from the detritus of modern life.
The artist Lauren Garfinkel has come up with a zesty solution to campaign fatigue: depicting the players of 2016 in foodstuffs.
A pair of American firms will lead the project on a site to be chosen on the south side of Chicago.
Products marketed to children are more divided by gender stereotypes than ever, but the Internet is increasingly offering alternatives to Hot Wheels and Barbies.
For better and for worse, she was the world’s first female starchitect.
The new designs for the book covers of the Bard's plays have a minimalist, modern ethos.
The government is cutting down on the country’s more bizarre buildings, which for years aimed to flaunt its wealth and cosmopolitan tastes.
We have officially reached Peak Shabby Chic.
The upcoming 1 Undershaft tower won’t look like the Gherkin, the Cheesegrater, or the Walkie-Talkie buildings. In fact, it’s kind of modest.
Tattoos are seeing growing acceptance in the fine-art world, but the once-subversive 1,000-year-old art form doesn’t fit in so neatly.
On the president's holiday table, tradition and politics intersect with culture and design.
Leafs by Snoop is using design to make marijuana appeal to upscale consumers.
How two designers from the 20th century influenced and predicted the way people would live in the 21st
The company’s chips are international shorthand for the importance of color in our lives.
The simple, brutal image captures scientists’ level of anxiety about technologies that could destroy humanity.
132 years later, Barcelona’s fantastical Sagrada Família is approaching the last stage of its construction.
A 16th-century German accountant compiled a book of personal fashion that rivals today’s Instagrammers in detail and dedication.
For centuries, printed and mass-produced signs have helped activists spread the message of everything from AIDS awareness to the plight of Syrian refugees.
The space agency’s current symbol, a beloved signal of the agency’s storied past, wasn’t always so beloved.
The top lobbyist for the agreement, along with John Kerry’s former chief of staff, answer a prominent critic’s questions for President Obama.