Noma Bar's treehouse turns illustration into architectural form

KOMORO – Noma Bar becomes the first non-Japanese artist to be asked to participate in the Tree House project and turn his illustrations into architectural form at the Momofuku Ando center in Japan.

Q&A: Anny Wang

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.


Saver Screensson by Siggi Eggertsson

To coincide with the start of DesignMarch in Reykjavik – which will officially open tomorrow with a day of DesignTalks around the theme of 'play' – we inject a blast of playful vibrancy with an …

Urban Shape by Paolo Gianfrancesco

Urban Shape by Paolo Gianfrancesco is a vibrant viualisation of communication flow in European capitals using Open Street Map data, currently being exhibited at Spark Design Space in Reykjavik.

Hypnopompic by Kustaa Saksi at TextielMuseum

Finnish artist and designer Kustaa Saksi resides in Amsterdam and so it seems fitting that he should now have brought the colourful, surreal tapestries of his Hynopompic exhibition to the …

Out Now: New Art Book by Ryan McGinness

The new book of American artist Ryan McGinness – Everything Is Everywhere – is released by Frame Publishers today! To celebrate the publication of this title, there are currently a number of …

Ryan McGinness Takes Over Amsterdam!

Amsterdam has a spring in its step and it also has an American artist taking over a number of the city's galleries, shops and streets. April is 'Ryan McGinness month' as we celebrate the launch of …

Ilustrarte 14 by Cabrito + Diniz Architects

Tapping into their vivid imaginations, Lisbon-based architects Pedro Cabrito + Isabel Diniz mount Ilustrarte 14 – international biennial of children’s book illustrations – at  the Museum of …