Imagine being Alma – a radio telescope in Chile’s inhospitable Atacama Desert – peering into outer space day in, day out, your 66 antennas straining to detect activity.
New York-based Amy Brener has made a name for herself as a sculptor of intriguing freestanding monoliths, created by capturing objects she’s collected in layers of poured resin.
Frame's interactive iPad app energizes the projects featured in print issue Frame 104 with slideshows of images, photographs and videos.
On And On, a one-man show at the Carl Kostyál Gallery in Stockholm, represented Dutch-Brazilian artist Rafaël Rozendaal’s attempt to deconstruct the digital.
When it comes to the art of displaying textiles, there’s not been much in the way of innovation to date.
Simple pleasures stand out in the work of Lebanese designer Najla El Zein, who animates all things ordinary.
Surreal, and yet yummy! Rising Sweden-based illustrator and spatial designer, Anny Wang, explains the process behind her contribution to the latest issue Frame #104.
Chairs, chairs, and more chairs. Browse any design fair, and sooner or later you’re asking yourself whether we really need all this stuff.
Frame #104 analyses the retail landscape of tomorrow.
In the morning, the SoHo sun slips over sheets of plywood and mirrored boxes and filters through skeleton walls made of four-by-twos in a filigreed geometry.
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