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Mark Grattan Shares His Must-Have Fitness Products

Mark Grattan Shares His Must-Have Fitness Products

Mark Grattan is the cofounder and creative director at Mexico City furniture design studio VIDIVIXI. The Ohio native moved from New York City to Mexico City in 2016 when he met Adam Caplowe, originally from London, at a friend’s birthday party, and they started their...

Agam Darshi Shares Her Top Feel-Good Finds

Agam Darshi Shares Her Top Feel-Good Finds

Agam Darshi is an award-winning actress, writer, director, and producer. Born in England and raised all over Canada, she currently lives in LA. You can catch her in a lead role in Funny Boy, based on Shyam Selvadurai’s best-selling novel, on Netflix. As an activist...

Take Five and Unwind with Actor Al Coronel

Take Five and Unwind with Actor Al Coronel

Al Coronel has been a victim, hero, salsa dancer, and video game character—some in real life and on-screen. In reality he’s an actor, veteran (eight years as a Marine), and world-recognized salsa dancer. The LA native landed his first film role in Johnny Depp’s Blow...

How Niels van Roij is Bringing Back Coachbuilding in Automotive Design

How Niels van Roij is Bringing Back Coachbuilding in Automotive Design

“I’m always in a three-piece suit,” Niels van Roij says. “They’re tailor-made with fabric from cars I’ve worked on.” The 36-year-old designer’s studio specializes in coachbuilding, a throwback to the days when cars were sold as a rolling chassis and the body was...

Dave Kindig on Design and Building the Greatest Custom Cars

Dave Kindig on Design and Building the Greatest Custom Cars

“I have a very creative mind. I don’t sleep much,” says Dave Kindig of Kindig-It Design, a premium custom car shop and the subject of the reality TV series Bitchin’ Rides, now in its seventh season. Dave built a special ’58 Lincoln Continental named Maybellene. “It’s...

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Eny Lee Parker on Paying the Bills and Breaking the Mold

Eny Lee Parker on Paying the Bills and Breaking the Mold

Eny Lee Parker grew up in São Paulo and moved to LA when she was 13 years old. There she was reunited with her Korean mother who didn’t speak Portuguese, but with the help of friends she learned Korean and then English. “I had a typical immigrant experience in LA. I...

Gufram Declares That ‘THE END’ is Here

Gufram Declares That ‘THE END’ is Here

Welcome to the end of the road. THE END BLACK from Gufram laughs in the face of endings as the most recent edition of the ironic epitaph created in 2014 by Italian artists Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari. THE END was designed to establish the “end” of the...

Paul Wraith on the Human-Centered Design Behind the New Ford Bronco

Paul Wraith on the Human-Centered Design Behind the New Ford Bronco

“It’s complicated," says Paul Wraith, the chief designer behind Ford Bronco. This is not the answer I was looking for. I had asked, in a long, meandering, chat-cast kind of way, essentially this: “So, how did you create the all new Ford Bronco?” Dumb, I know. “It’s so...

Film Director Bao Nguyen Shares His Favorite Documentaries

Film Director Bao Nguyen Shares His Favorite Documentaries

You can see Director Bao Nguyen’s Be Water as part of ESPN’s 30 for 30 series. The documentary, released in June 2020, tells the story of Bruce Lee’s return to Hong Kong to work in film and explores the difficulties he faced along the way using rare archive footage,...

Inside the Design of BDI’s Corridor 8172 Audio Tower

Inside the Design of BDI’s Corridor 8172 Audio Tower

BDI's Corridor 8172 is perfect for the audiophile who has multiple electronic components, whether or not they choose to incorporate a turntable. “This is a cabinet for someone who may not have an extensive grouping of components but still wants a beautifully designed...

How the Cosmic Paintings of Umar Rashid Tell a Deeper Story

How the Cosmic Paintings of Umar Rashid Tell a Deeper Story

“I’ve always considered myself an amateur historian, especially as a Black American in the US, where histories are very conflated,” says artist Umar Rashid. “It’s not like, ‘Hey, I’m Irish.’ Nobody really knows where they come from. In the case of African-Americans...