Everybody! We're sure you won't believe this, but believe us: this week is over! The Design Department crashed all over Miami Beach, Florida, in December 2008. It rained, it was ugly. But it was also hot, sunny and in a ...Read More
Elliot Earls is a performance artist, musician, and designer. He is an artist-in-residence at Cranbrook Academy of Art.
A new work from Elliot Earls at the Wolfsonian Museum in Miami Beach. It's a part of their official program for Art Basel ...Read More
No Mad is a new kind of city guide that breaks away from any kind of existing guide books, offering its readers a direct grip on the contemporary face of a city. Definitely on the edge, No Mad is however ...Read More
The object of the day is exhibited at the Scope Art Fair in Miami and is called Voices. It's a sculpture by the Swiss artists Daniel Glaser and Magdalena Kunz.
This cinematographic sculpture consists of a dialogue between two talking heads.
The ...Read More
The Swiss Watch Company RADO is also present at this year's Design Miami. At their stand, Rado has set up a mysterious photobooth. Looking closer, visitors find out that they can enter the black box to have a series of ...Read More
The Design Miami's Design Talks program has been revamped to simulate a TV chat show format. The first of three Design Talks featured Tom Dixon, Fernando & Humberto Campana and Arik Levy. Each of them brought five images that then ...Read More
Not only the Cast programme of the Zurich University of the Art's Design Department is visiting Miami this week, also a team from the Interaction Design programme is here to impress Miami's design aficionados. The Head of IAD, Gerhard M. ...Read More
Hugh Magen, co-owner of the New York based Magen H gallery, has chosen a ceramic screen by Gustave Tiffoche as object of the day. The screen was constructed in 1963 and is an important piece in Tiffoche's work since most ...Read More