We’ve noticed the humble rise of ugly – they come in the form of amorphous, organic shapes and unexpected materials creating a new genre of aesthetics.
Chances are your friends post about their meals on Instagram. Though its history is short, food photography lies at the intersection of aesthetics, art, and popular culture.
Rugs and architecture share many common characteristics. Unlike the intrinsic complexity of architecture, rugs allow for faster conceptual experimentation.
If 2016 has left you craving some serious R & R, we’ve got the perfect suggestion: a trip to the edges of the universe.
One of the ‘hottest’ industries and highly-discussed design topics in the past few years has been the Future of the Workplace. We decided to look into the evolution of a small unit of measure in the workplace: the Desk.
The future of VR will be defined by brands. Big brands, small brands, for profit or not, good or bad.
We like to live right at the edge, that blurry boundary between the potential of a project and the final realized experience.
There’s something we love about the medley of design choices, and how these owners make their own rules to create an authentic and cultural experience.
During the late 60’s and early 70’s a counterculture against the rationalism of Modernism was born.
Flavor combinations that go beyond traditional flavor profiles can be a pleasant surprise or a rude jolt to our taste buds.
What anomalies exist in this crazy city and can actually capture the attention of even the most harried New Yorkers? And more importantly, what do they stand to gain by going against the norm?
NYC is a melting pot of typographic vernacular—from roaring neon script, to hand painted bodega marquees—this city is a typography aficionado’s dream.
We’ve worked transform how people experience everything from transportation hubs to healthcare environments.
We interviewed a special crew of our own: those of us who have stuck around for well, forever! Meet the Super Six.
Designers wear black. It’s a common trend internationally and ICRAVE follows suit.