Trend forecaster and creative strategist, Jody Turner is a master in the art of identifying what comes next and a collector of what came before, curating objects by their relation to lives and culture. We were given a unique glimpse at her perspective thanks to her work as a guest curator of our art-focused narrative; […]
Art is all around us, but we wanted to take an even closer look.
So with the help with the experts at Art.com we set out to color outside the lines. Channeling the “gallery” part of our DNA, we brought Art.com’s inspiring collection of images offline and complemented them with range of products that painted the full picture of the ways these works can inspire, delight, and educate.
Here’s how we got to the art of it…
For “The Tea Lady,” Miriam Novalle, founder of T Salon, there’s an art to creating the perfect cup. With flavors and ingredients sourced from around the world, her unique whole leaf blends are designed to engage the sensory spectrum – and of course, please the palette. Miriam’s latest line, Art Teas, takes her ethos a […]
As the resident pastry chef of Blue Bottle Coffee, Caitlin Freeman is known for edible masterpieces. Her latest work, “Modern Art Desserts” takes it a step further; serving up a visually rich collection of dessert recipes inspired by famous artworks. Before you eat your “art” out when Caitlin joins us for the launch of her […]
Painter Jennifer Sanchez allows her work to develop on its own terms, known for vivid uses of color in layered works which reveal process. Here the Art.com featured artist (and designer for Poketo) shares who she’d like to paint her portrait and a secret love of leafy greens. What has been on your to-do list […]
Bringing art into the everyday was the starting point for Ted Vadakan and Angie Myung, who founded Poketo as a destination for artful twists on ordinary objects – from eye-popping iPhone cases to vibrant wallets. To date, the brand has commissioned work from over 200 artists, creating unique pieces which allow us all to collect […]
Photographer Evan Morris Cohen puts his collection of vintage cameras into practice, breathing new life into a 200-year old technique and capturing images that blend past and present. Here the Art.com featured artist shares his obsession with bank lollipops and the art of noticing your surroundings. What is your most treasured possession? My most treasured […]
Your creative kid always is always making something. Get in on the action when Yung Oh Le Page, a teaching artist with The Children’s Museum of the Arts of New York is gives you and your pint-sized Picasso a lesson in putting that creativity on paper (rather than walls, tables, or carpets.) Before Yung joins […]
Design Milk founder and editor Jaime Derringer is an expert in spotting trends and getting to the “art” of the issue, here the Art.com insider (and a guest curator of Art STORY) shares who she’d like to paint her portrait and where she goes to experience art in New York. Location: New Jersey (born and […]
Currently featured in our gallery of Art.com artists, Judy Tuwaletstiwa creates works which refine the raw; often featuring natural materials arranged in a delicately constructed grid. Here she shares who she’d like to paint her portrait and what’s been on her (husband’s) to do list. What has been on your to do list for the […]
Who: Marc + Sara Schiller of Wooster Collective with Evan Pricco, editor-in-chief of Juxtapoz Magazine What: Beautiful, rebellious, and temporary – what is street art? In 2001, Marc + Sara Schiller set out to define it, founding Wooster Collective as a permanent home for the ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world. […]
Who: Mary Huang and Jenna Fizel, of CONSTRVCT Clothing What: Technology meets accessibility in the first crowd-sourced fashion label which uses standards to construct couture garments from personal images. Upload a photograph and watch it be transformed into a print, then select from basic silhouettes, and in a snap, you’ve created your own piece of […]
STORY is where magazine meets gallery meets store – but in this issue we’re out to celebrate the artistic part of our DNA. Picture this: Four-weeks of open access to new and emerging artists, engaging talks, and inspiring images. To help us in our storytelling, we’ve asked Art.com to take their mission to make incredible […]