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He’s self-taught, he’s constantly darting up and down the stairs of his five-storey office, and he has a twin brother. These are just three lesser-known facts about architecture icon Tadao Ando, …
Aspinall’s Prime Matter put chalk and coal through its paces, transforming these rudimentary materials into experimental textures and surfaces.
Artists Michiko Nitta and Michael Burton funnel their curiosity into the exploration of future sources of food, currently focusing on algae.
What is supernatural, invisible and capable of passing imperceptibly through the body? Here's a hint: it's not a ghost.
While most of us are content to make ‘cute kitty’ videos, Marilyn Minter uses a Phantom to produce work that is distinctly more cutting edge.
The Volkshotel in Amsterdam invited nine creatives to design the hotel’s nine special guest rooms.
With Strange Plants, Barcelona-based creative agency and indie publishing house Zioxla celebrates the aesthetic force of flora in all its guises.
Frame’s last app issue of 2014 is available for iPads – just in time for the holidays!
Zoë Ryan, curator of the 2nd Istanbul Design Biennial, The Future Is Not What It Used to Be, has been seeking out manifestos for the 21st century.
With Frame's centennial issue now behind us, we embark upon the next hundred issues by asking 'is this a fad, or is it the future?'
Ine & Sanne had to wait more than two years for their first film, Debut, to see the light of day.
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