Archicine: Graphic designer Federico Babina illustrated these portraits of movies based on their buildings. Image courtesy Federico Babina.
Art Deco Necklaces: We were reminded of Bauhaus jewelry designer Margaret De Patta when we saw these necklaces by Eva Duenas of Sew a Song. From Miss Moss.
Robert Indiana: Artist Robert Indiana has been famous for his LOVE painting since 1968, but recently had his first career retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. Learn why he regrets making LOVE and what he has been painting since then. From NPR.
San Francisco’s Barbary Coast Library: When the Gold Rush was at its high, Barbary Coast (now enveloped in historic Jackson Square) was the illicit place-to-be. Now, designer Ken Fulk has crafted the design for a members-only social club called The Battery in the historic Musto building. From: California Home + Design. Photo by Joe Fletcher.
Chairs in Trees: Artist Tom Shields attached discarded chairs onto trees in a forest at the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh. The project explores the life cycle of a piece of wood, as these chairs will eventually decompose and once again become part of the ecosystem. From Design Boom. Image courtesy Tom Shields.
Rent a Belgian Farm: Because who wouldn’t want to vacation in this lovely place? The Heerlijkheid van Marrem farm is available to rent in Wevelgem, East Flanders. From Remodelista.
Frozen Lighthouses: Thomas Zakowski made the most of the recent “polar vortex” with his photos of lighthouses at the St. Joseph North Pier on the coast of Lake Michigan. From Bored Panda.