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Scarcity Project Paulo Goldstein

Scarcity is Beautiful

by: Blaine Skrainka


Design student Paulo Goldstein fixes up the parlor at London's Central Saint Martins College, providing a lesson in creativity during a time of resource scarcity.

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Central Saint Martins, Design, Interviews, Jeremy Till, Paulo Goldstein, Repair is Beautiful, Scarcity is Beautiful, Scarcity Project, sustainability, The Wild Magazine
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Anna Sheffield, Unconventional Jewelry with Dadaist Dreams

by: Emily Kirkpatrick


Anna Sheffield's jewelry design defies convention, utilizing commonly overlooked gems and settings, curving standard engagement rings, and flipping jewels totally upside down; Anna's is a world of infinite personalization.

Tags: Anna Sheffield, Bea engagement ring, Bing Bang, Design, Emily Kirkpatrick, Fashion, Hanna Eshel, Hong Kong, interview, Jewelry, Julia Chiang, Julia Zangrilli, NOVA Fragrance Studio, Orient Express, Sculpture, The Wild Magazine
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Best of the San Francisco Art + Design Fair

by: Kate Messinger


Photographer Nell Henderson documents the art, the design and the very important experience of lounging on expensive furniture.

Tags: Best of, Design, FOG art + design fair, furniture, nell henderson, the WILD
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Emmett Moore: Functionality in design

by: Elena Lee Chiriboga


Emmett Moore is a Miami-based sculptor, furniture-maker and designer whose work bridges the gap between function and art object. A 2010 graduate of Rhode Island School of Design, Moore has exhibited work in shows and […]

Tags: Architecture, ART, Consuelo Castaneda, Design, Emmett Moore, exhibitions, galleries, Gallery Diet, geometric, Miami, mid-century, Modernism, Nina Johnson-Milewski, Wild Magazine
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Shanghai welcomes 23 years of 10 Corso Como

by: Yanyan Huang


Milanese-based 10 Corso Como opened its fourth international outpost in Shanghai in late September, marking the boutique’s 23rd anniversary. Ever since the original multi-story lifestyle concept launched in Milan in 1990, artist Kris Ruhs has […]

Tags: 10 Corso Como, Alexander Liberman, Angus McBean, Annelies Strba, Anton Bruehl, Armin Linke, ART, August Sander, Bert Stern, Carlo Valsecchi, China, Dain L. Tasker, David La Chapelle, David McCabe, Deborah Turbeville, Design, Don McCullin, Douglas Kirkland, Duane Michals, Eberthard Schrammen, Elliot Landy, Francesca Woodman, Franco Fontana, Frank Horvat, Fratisek Drtikol, Frauke Eigen, Frida Kahlo, Galleria Carla, Gilbert Garcin, Horst P. Horst, Irving Penn, Iwao Yamamwaki, Jeanloup Sieff, Julius Shulman, Karl Blossfeldt, Leni Riefenstahl, Leo Matiz, Lillian Bassman, Lise Sarfati, Louise Dahl Wolfe, Lux Feininger, Man Ray, Mario de Biasi, Mario Giacomelli, Masao Yamamoto, Mike Disfarmer, Norman Parkinson, Paolo Pellegrin, Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Ralph Gibson, Robert Polidori, Roger Ballen, Sarah Moon, Saul Laiter, Seydou Keita, Shanghai art, Sheila Metzner, Shoji Ueda, Steven Meisel, The Wild Magazine, Tseung Kwong Chi, Urs Luthi, Walker Evans, William Claxton, William Klein, Xanti Schawinsky, Yanyan Huang
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WILD Profile: Ryan Burke Owns It

by: Michelle Chung


Name: Ryan Burke Where he was born: Tuscon, Arizona Where he lives now: New York What he does: I’m a visual artist. I am a photographer, makeup artist, headpiece designer, filmmaker, and painter. What he’s […]

Tags: Design, designer, Fashion, headpiece, make up, makeup, Michelle Chung, ryan burke, The Wild Mag, The Wild Magazine, WILD PROFILES
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10 WILD houses from around the world

by: The WILD


Many say a house is not a home without a family, but for some a house is not a home without odd angled walls, high concept floor plans, insane views and innovative design. These tend […]

Tags: Architecture, Design, The Wild Magazine, wild houses
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En Soie

by: Dawn Blackman


Authenticity and artistic exploration have been the soul of En Soie since 1894. A family business originating from Zurich, the house quickly established its reputation in the fashion industry as a pioneer in textile design. […]

Tags: Arts, Christian Toscano, Design, Eleonore Meier, En Soie, Monique Meier, Rafael Palacio Illingworth, Roots Rose and Radish, textiles, The Wild Magazine, Zurich
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Titania Inglis Installation at Swords-Smith

by: Abigail Doan


At the conclusion of New York Design Week, we thought that it would be apropos to feature a fashion designer who creatively navigates the realms of art, design, and architecture with smart fluidity. Ecco Domani […]

Tags: Abigail Doan, ART, Bike-to-Work Day, Design, Ecco Domani, Fashion, Milk Made, New York Design Week, NYCxDesign, sustainable design, Swords-Smith, The Wild Magazine, Titania Inglis
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Interview: Ana Kras, Bonbons for Your House

by: Laura Mallonee


Ana Kraš is sitting behind a desk in her Lower East Side studio, carefully winding blue string around a small cardboard rectangle for later use on a Bonbon, the Serbian designer’s signature woven lamp. Her auburn […]

Tags: Ana Kraš, Belgrade, Berlin, Design, Devendra Banhart, furniture, Jasper Morrison, Konstantin Grcic, Laura Mallonee, Lower East Side, New York Times Magazine, Nico Kralj, Serbia, sustainability

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