I'm not really a sneakerhead. Aside from a small collection of Eames x Reebok sneakers and a choice pair of John Fluevog oxfords, my knowledge of shoe culture is admittedly limited. ...
What's the difference between these photos in the header? Absolutely nothing. The fixation with all things 80s and 90s goes beyond thrifted fashion and disposable camera clones. There has been a sudden fire of interest in some of these decades more decisive design styles, and there's no one to thank
A hundred years ago, in Wichita, Kansas, a revolution began: fast food. And a hundred years later, the industry looks a lot different… literally! In this post, I’m digging into why your favorite chain restaurants so often and suddenly change their looks.
Starting in the early 1950s until his retirement in 1990, I.M. Pei flourished on an international scale with a distinct, awe-inspiring modern style. Equipped with degrees from MIT and Harvard, he accomplished more by age 29 than other architects twice his age.
I came across an interesting question a few weeks ago. Is there such a thing as "nerd chic" when it comes to interiors? This idea of turning a nerdy fascination into something aesthetic and appealing from a design perspective. It's interesting because, as a fellow nerd, it made me look
This morning, my wife told me we needed to talk. To any married person, or really any person in a relationship, this is not a good sign. We needed to talk about certain targeted ads she'd been seeing recently for conversation pits. gulp I knew this was coming. What's up
Would it really be a design blog if the first issue wasn't about the 20th Century dynamic duo that was Eames?
I hacked Instagram. Okay, well I didn’t actually hack Instagram. I hacked the algorithm Instagram uses to tell me and show me what I should like and buy and feel. Instagram (and Facebook on a larger scale) exists to prove Thom Yorke right about the abuse of technology. Instagram