The Harvard Library That Protects The World's Rarest Colors
The most unusual colors from Harvard's storied pigment library include beetle extracts, poisonous metals, and human mummies.
A Tea Cafe with Filipino Roots & A Fresh, Bold Twist
Renée Sebastian, one of the first Filipino certified tea masters, launched premium tea brand Da.U.De, which offers fine, custom teas at affordable prices with hopes of encouraging more tea drinkers in the area.
Cute Handpainted Ceramic Pots and Cups
Noe Marin is a Spanish artist who paints cups, flower pots and plates. Ceramics has always been part of her life as her grandparents owned a fabric in southern Spain.
Miyazaki and Warhol Inspired Soup Series
In designer's, Hyo Taek Kim, special Soup Series, he manipulates the animated movies of Hayao Miyazaki, who marked his childhood, in Andy Warhol’s style : the 10 movies directed by Miyazaki are represented on Warhol’s cans.
The DIY Origins Of Script Typefaces
Script fonts may have a reputation for being the curlicue go-to for wedding invitations and inspirational aphorisms, but their use is actually much more varied.
"New Aging" - Plans for Multi-Generational Future
The stigma surrounding aging is not a new phenomenon, but it is one that evolves and changes with the times. The new aging concept is direct: incorporate rather than segregate.
Miniature Classic Books Charms
The online shop Charmed Books makes little charms for books lovers. Creators imagines her jewels by creating little replicas of classics books from The Little Prince to Pride and Prejudice, including Mary Poppins and Winnie the Pooh.
AXE Collective at SXSW 2016: Find Your Magic
In an effort to help artists “find their magic,” AXE and John Legend teamed up to give five aspiring artists their big break at this year's SXSW music showcase.