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New Art Fair Object & Thing to Explore New Economic Model for First Event this May in New York

A new art and design fair, Object & Thing, will open in Brooklyn this May, with a new structure that sees all sales at the event paying a percentage to the event. “The idea was really to equally balance and represent art programs and design programs,” says founder and former artistic director of Frieze Art Fairs. “I’m really […]
Tags: Art, New York, Brooklyn, Art News, Frieze Art Fairs


Hyrdopod Gardening Set

Made for desks, window sills and other small spaces, the Hydropod by Brooklyn-based W&P is a five-piece hydroponic planter set made for at-home soil-free farming. The process leaves a significantly smaller footprint—using a nutrient water solvent as a food source. Made from plastic and frosted glass, the subtle design will offer a pop of color once your herbs start to bloom.
Tags: Home, Food, Gardening, Design, Office, Brooklyn, Plants, Herbs, Planters, Decor, Hydroponic, Hydropod


Spring 2019 at BrooklynWorks 159

Spring 2019 at BrooklynWorks 159 Brooklyn Works at 159 is presents their Spring 2019 art exhibit, A Wisteria NYC Art Show. The show, presented by Wisteria NYC, will hang from March 29-June 30th, 2019 and features visual works by three talented Brooklyn artists Ilana Hope, Brittany Naundorff, and Elena Barrio. Please join...Read more »
Tags: Art, Brooklyn, Calendar, Exhibition, Brooklyn Works, BrooklynWorks, Ilana Hope Brittany Naundorff, Elena Barrio


Meatless Mondays are coming to public schools in New York City

Public schools in New York City are starting a meatless Monday program for student lunches. School officials hope the eco-friendly initiative will boost health among the student population and serve as an example for other districts to follow. “People are going to look at this, and they’re going to start to emulate what the New York City schools are doing,” NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio shared. The new program will be implemented in 1,800 schools in the city and was originally tested in 15 schools i...
Tags: School, New York, Design, News, New York City, Environment, Brooklyn, Farmers, Bill De Blasio, Chambers, School Lunches, Eco-friendly, Vegetarian, Carranza, Richard A Carranza, Meatless Mondays


OMA unveils designs for zigzagging residential towers in Brooklyn

OMA’s New York office has unveiled striking designs for the Greenpoint Landing mixed-use towers—two dramatically stepped buildings that appear to be two jagged halves of a whole. Designed to frame views of Greenpoint and vistas of Manhattan beyond, the project is “a ziggurat and its inverse…carefully calibrated to one another,” says OMA Partner Jason Long. Greenpoint Landing, which is expected to break ground in August of this year, is located in the Brooklyn waterfront neighborhood of Greenpoi...
Tags: New York, Design, NYC, New York City, Architecture, Brooklyn, Gallery, Amsterdam, Manhattan, Green space, Carousel Showcase, Mixed-use, Williamsburg, Oma, Greenpoint, Waterfront


A Step-by-Step Look at Cody Hoyt's Inlaid Ceramic Technique 

Trained as a painter and printmaker and entirely self-taught in ceramics, Brooklyn-based artist Cody Hoyt lets his experience with the two-dimensional inform his sculptural work. "When it comes to my process, I still feel like I'm living in a two-dimensional world," he says. "I'm finding a voice in three-dimensional form." Best known for his faceted ceramic vessels made of intricately patterned clay slabs, his latest body of work, currently on view at Patrick Parrish Gallery, includes his first ...
Tags: Design, Materials, Brooklyn, Furniture Design, Hoyt, Makita, Poincaré, Cody Hoyt, Patrick Parrish, Patrick Parrish Gallery


This Is A Tiny Hamster Rides Her Own Personal Subway Train

In 2009, Brooklyn photographer Victoria Belanger took Edie, her tiny hamster for a ride on her own personal subway train. Little Edie wandered throughout the car, checked out the distinctive orange and yellow seats and even had a chance to peek outside before having to “stand clear of the closing doors”. “This train is really slow.” Edie rides the model subway. Fall 2009. More: Source
Tags: Design, Subway, Animals, Train, Brooklyn, Ride, Edie, Hamster, Victoria Belanger


Shura: BKLYNLDN

Shura (aka Alexandra Lilah Denton) follows up her 2016 LP Nothing’s Real with “BKLYNLDN,” a warm but melancholy tune of yearning. A little more R&B-inflected than her previous offerings, the song is rich, slow-burning and a tad sultry. The British singer/songwriter/producer also announced two shows—in Brooklyn and London, of course—for later in the year.
Tags: Music, Design, London, Music Videos, Culture, Brooklyn, Listenup, New Music, Shura, Synthpop, BKLYNLDN, Alexandra Lilah Denton


Cool Tech: Weather-Sealed Leica Q2, Microsoft HoloLens 2 and more

Cool Tech: Weather-Sealed Leica Q2, Microsoft HoloLens 2 and more AoiroStudioMar 11, 2019 The so-long Perfect Office series now turning into Cool Tech Series. A roundup of cool gadgets and tech for your perfect office; not necessarily for designers explicitly but for all of you tech-savvy nerds out there. This is an open concept! if you have any suggestions, please let us know! We kicking off the week with the anticipated Leica Q2, a 47.3 megapixel full frame...
Tags: Design, Microsoft, Brooklyn, Nintendo, Huawei, Cnet, Leica, ANC, ASPH, Bang Olufsen, Nintendo Switch, Posto, Blue Yeti Nano, Avenir Energizer Power Max, Energizer Power Max P18K Pop Smartphone, GPO Brooklyn Retro Bluetooth


Kindness feat. Robyn: Cry Everything

Kindness has returned with “Cry Everything,” their first new solo tune since 2014. Sampling Todd Rundgren‘s gorgeous 1985 track “Pretending to Care,” the song encapsulates the concept of bittersweet—it’s simultaneously upbeat, solemn, funky and bleak. Kindness is currently on tour with Robyn, who co-wrote and features on the track. They’re also playing solo shows at Brooklyn’s Baby’s All Right and LA’s Zebulon over the next …
Tags: Music, Design, Kindness, Culture, Brooklyn, Listenup, Electronic, Collaborations, New Music, Todd Rundgren, Robyn, Synthpop, LA s Zebulon


A Brooklyn Artist Finds Inspiration, and Refuge, in Puerto Rico

As he prepares for a new solo exhibition in New York, Angel Otero looks back to his childhood home.
Tags: Art, News, Brooklyn, Puerto Rico, Brooklyn (NYC, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York Angel Otero


NYCs plant-filled Greenery Unlimited is worlds first Biophilic Design Store

An enormous green wall and a 12-foot ficus tree await visitors at Greenery Unlimited, a newly opened retail store that’s been billed by Greenery NYC owners Rebecca Bullene and Adam Besheer as the “world’s first Biophilic Design Store.” Located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, Greenery Unlimited is the first brick-and-mortar location for the botanic design and installation company, which has a thriving online presence and an impressive client list ranging from the likes of TED Talks and Google to The Ne...
Tags: Google, New York, Design, London, New York City, Netflix, Brooklyn, Gallery, New York Times, Carousel Showcase, Greenpoint, Green Wall, Biophilia, Cloud forest, Greenery NYC, Adam Besheer


Jinn and Company’s Hemp Oil Edibles

Full-spectrum CBD and organic ingredients meet for delectable treats As CBD continues being added to lattes and cocktails, it may best be suited for tiny, rewarding treats. Jinn and Company‘s hemp oil fruit gummies and nut bites are just that. They’re bite-sized, CBD-infused (200mg total, 25mg per piece, derived from the full spectrum hemp oil) snacks for stressful moments. Crafted by a small team of designers …
Tags: Food, Design, Snacks, Organic, Cannabis, Brooklyn, Cbd, Food + Drink, Edibles, Hemp Oil, Cannabis Culture, Jinn and Company, Hemp Oil Edibles


The Parting of the Furniture

So it’s come to this: BILLY is joining the gig economy, and he’ll hold your books and whatever else you see fit until you upgrade to KALLAX or HEMNES, or you finally bring yourself to KonMari all your worldly possessions away.IKEA recently announced that it is looking to launch a subscription model, in which customers effectively “lease” furniture and trade it back via credit system; depending on the condition, the Swedish behemoth will either refurbish or recycle the used items. Initially limit...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Design, China, India, CSR, Bloomberg, Bbc, Netflix, Furniture, Canada, Brooklyn, New York Times, Ikea, Switzerland, Manhattan


BRIC Biennial: Volume III, South Brooklyn Edition

On View: February 7 – April 7, 2019 BRIC, 647 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217 BRIC, celebrating 40 years as the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, is pleased to present the BRIC Biennial: Volume III, South Brooklyn Edition. This year, the organization engages nineteen artists in South...Read more »
Tags: Art, Brooklyn, Exhibition, Fulton Street Brooklyn NY, III South Brooklyn Edition This


Tools & Craft #126: A Better System for Keeping Tools Sharp

I was wandering around the Metropolitan Museum of Art when it occurred to me: nothing much has changed over the millennia.Before the mid-seventeenth century, steel was not common. Craftsmen had a choice between expensive tools made of blister steel and iron tools that were case hardened to get a steel skin over an iron core. Moxon, writing in 1678, cautions the woodworker buying a saw to ensure that they buy one made of steel, not iron, because the steel ones were vastly superior. In the cent...
Tags: Design, Brooklyn, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Joel, Assyria, Moxon, Joel Moskowitz, Tools for Working Wood, Gramercy Tools, Tools & Craft, Better System for Keeping Tools Sharp


Kahlo: It’s Fridalandia in Brooklyn

I enjoyed seeing the Brooklyn Museum’s Frida Kahlo: Appearances Can Be Deceiving, but the exhibit was about her, not about her art. (That was its goal, and it succeeded at its goal.) The balance between her life and her art is, as ever, askew. — Judith H. Dobrzynski
Tags: Art, Brooklyn, Ajblogs, Frida Kahlo, Brooklyn Museum, Kahlo, 02.11.19


Top 5 Industrial Design Jobs for this week

As a part of our careers-related columns, these are our top five picks of the best industrial design opportunities on Yanko Design’s recruitment platform YD Job Board. This week brings you openings at LEGO, Bose, Tasty and more interesting opportunities.Check out Yanko Design Job Board for more design openings.Want your requirement to be featured along with these global design-driven companies? Post a Job with us right away!Senior Creative Automotive Designer at Mercedes-Benz Research & Developm...
Tags: Europe, Design, Boston, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Nuremberg, Playmobil, Yanko Design, Yanko, Alexander Williams, Carlsbad CA, Yanko Design Job Board, LEGO Bose Tasty, Brandstätter Foundation Co KG With, Brandstätter Stiftung Co KG, Zirndorf


Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area, Feb. 8-15

    Samantha Indrieri’s “Second Take” is part of the “Unusual Views” exhibit opening on Feb. 11 at the Sturt Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens in La Canada Flintridge. (Photo courtesy Samantha Indrieri)   There’s always something fascinating to do in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area. Here is a sampling of entertainments this week and also save-the-date events to put on your calendar.   EVENTS   Hello Kitty Cafe Truck: Fans of “Hello Kitty” products find limited-edit...
Tags: Local News, Art, Books, Comedy, Dance, Lunar New Year, Movies, Museum, Music, San Fernando Valley, Theater, Things to Do, Top Stories LADN


Watch HAWRAF's "There's No Business Like... Client Services" From the 2018 Core77 Conference

Missed the 2018 Core77 Conference, "Now What? Launching and Growing Your Creative Business?" No worries! We'll be rolling out videos of the morning speakers over the next week to fill you in. First up is Carly Ayres and Pedro Sanches of Brooklyn-based design studio HAWRAF who discussed the business of client services—from how to talk about money to soliciting client feedback: Stay tuned for more Now What? coverage coming soon!
Tags: Design, Brooklyn, Conferences, Carly Ayres, Pedro Sanches


Derelict building is wrapped in tin foil to protest lack of affordable housing in Warsaw

Polish-born artist Piotr Janowski has become well-known for turning buildings and even entire locomotives into shimmery art installations by covering them in thin layers of tin foil. Now, the artist is back with Zabkowska 9, Take off —  a building in the heart of Warsaw that has been sitting empty and in decay for years. By wrapping the large townhouse in tin foil, the artist hopes to call attention to Warsaw’s lack of affordable housing, despite the city’s high number of empty buildings. Jano...
Tags: Art, Design, Brooklyn, Gallery, Urban Design, Artwork, Social Housing, Warsaw, Affordable Housing, Take Off, Art Installations, Piotr Janowski, Janowski, Social Art, Zabkowska 9, Warsaw Art Installations


Popeye The Vegan

Most people are unaware that Popeye is vegan. I'm sure they also don't know that Lisa Simpson, Bugs Bunny, and Brian Griffin are also vegan. If they can do it, then so can you. Brooklyn based, Popeye the sailor man understands very well that a meat based diet requires 18 times more land than a vegan diet. That is why he's never eaten any. [Author: [email protected] (kane)]
Tags: Art, Brooklyn, Popeye, Lisa Simpson, Brian Griffin


Carpenter's M18 Field Watch, Designed by Michael DiTullo

Industrial designer Laurens de Rijke's driver's watch drew strong reader interest last week. And speaking of ID'ers and wristwatches, here's another elegantly-designed timepiece: Carpenter's M18 Field Watch, designed by Michael DiTullo, coming out later this month.Whereas the face of your average field watch can get a little busy, with the M18 "the goal was to create something so minimal and quiet that it asks for your attention," DiTullo explains. The face is inspired by classic Modernist cl...
Tags: Design, Brooklyn, Michael, Object Culture, Carpenter, Lume, Michael DiTullo, DiTullo, Laurens de Rijke, Miyota 821A, Carpenter Watches, Neil Carpenter


A Violinist Has Questions About The Supposed East-West Divide

Lebanese violinist Layale Chaker isn’t too pleased about some of the choices forced upon her and her classmates as they grew up. “‘From the beginning you chose your path, Western or Arab,’ Ms. Chaker, 28, said recently at her apartment in Brooklyn. ‘I never questioned it.'” Now she has both questions and answers. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, Brooklyn, 02.01.19, Layale Chaker


Things to do in the San Fernando Valley and LA area, Feb. 1-8

  Lunar New Year celebrated on Feb. 2 at The Original Farmers Market in Los Angeles. (Photo, at the 2018 event, courtesy of The Original Farmers Market)   There’s always something fascinating to do in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area. Here is a sampling of entertainments this week and also save-the-date events to put on your calendar.   EVENTS   Bianchi Planetarium at Cal State Northridge: “Winter Sky” show, 7:30, and “Light Years from Andromeda: A Journey Between T...
Tags: Local News, Art, Books, Comedy, Dance, Lunar New Year, Movies, Museum, Music, San Fernando Valley, Theater, Things to Do, Top Stories LADN


They’re Both Native Americans And Native New Yorkers, And For 50-Odd Years They’ve Been Performing Native Dance In The City

The Thunderbird American Indian Dancers were formed in downtown Brooklyn in 1963 by a group of mostly Mohawk neighbors who were the first generation in their families born off the reservation. Now the group preserves and performs indigenous dances from across North America. Reporter Siobhan Burke talks with the Thunderbirds’ director, 82-year-old Louis Mofsie. — The New York Times
Tags: Art, Dance, Brooklyn, North America, SJ, Thunderbirds, Siobhan Burke, Louis Mofsie, 01.29.19


Ambitious New Classical Music Radio Station Launches, Aimed At Young Listeners

“The launch of a new classical entertainment station aimed at younger listeners is based on more than a hunch. Research found that a new generation of listeners was switching on to classical music through different sources, with 48% of under-35s exposed to it through classical versions of popular songs, such as the Brooklyn Duo version of Taylor Swift’s Blank. And 74% of people in the same age group had experienced classical music via a live orchestral performance at a film screening, according...
Tags: Art, Music, Taylor Swift, Brooklyn, Audience, Bauer Media, 01.27.19


The Wally Shop is bringing zero-waste grocery delivery to Brooklyn

Zero-waste grocery delivery has made its way to Brooklyn. The Wally Shop is attempting to change the grocery game by delivering local, organic produce from farmers markets and bulk stores to customers. The food is placed in packaging that the company later picks up and reuses. The new delivery service wants to help with the global waste problem and reduce addiction to single-use plastic by making sustainable grocery shopping more convenient. The idea came from Wally Shop founder and CEO Tamara ...
Tags: Design, News, Groceries, Boston, New York City, Environment, San Francisco, Brooklyn, Zero Waste, Sustainable, Grocery Delivery, Product, Eat & Drink, Lim, Amazon Related, Zero-waste Movement


Tools & Craft #125: Book Recommendations for Those Who Like Making Things

I read a lot and I firmly believe that no matter how indispensable a YouTube video, a blog, or a magazine article can be, the long form of writing - a book - can both entertain and educate the way no other media can. Here is a short list of books that we stock, old and new that I think are worth reading. Now actually I think all the books we stock are worth reading, but I particularly wanted to highlight some personal favorites. I'm including some of the many new books we stock along with som...
Tags: New York, Design, New York City, Book Reviews, Brooklyn, Estonia, Robert, Peter Nicholson, Joel, Hayward, Carpenter, Joiner, Fire Department, John Brown, Eric Sloane, Christopher Schwarz


Farming insects too much too fast could create an environmental disaster

The potential of insects as an alternative source of protein is promising. But this week, Swedish scientists warned that more research is needed on the environmental impact of mass rearing insects before large-scale production begins if we want to avoid a potential environmental disaster. Writing in the Trends in Ecology & Evolution journal, the researchers explained that there is currently an “overwhelming lack of knowledge” about insects, especially basic things like what they need for housin...
Tags: Design, News, Environment, Brooklyn, Insects, Greenhouse Gases, Protein, Environmental Disaster, Reuters Image, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Berggren, Insect Farming, UN Food and Agriculture Organization FAO, Eating Insects, Asa Berggren



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