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Anna Karlin on Designing for Multiple Mediums

Anna Karlin on Designing for Multiple Mediums

London-born, New York City-based designer Anna Karlin is first to admit she is doing exactly what she was meant to be doing. “It is my happy place,” she says. Anna, a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art, has no limits. She designs across multiple mediums, including...
40 Years of the BMW GS Motorcycle in Photos

40 Years of the BMW GS Motorcycle in Photos

This fall BMW celebrates 40 years of their GS (Gelände/Straße, German for off-road / road) models, a concept that changed the motorcycle world. To celebrate we present a quick look at the design history of these legendary bikes, as well as an exclusive glimpse of the...
Matika Wilbur is Changing the Way We See Native America

Matika Wilbur is Changing the Way We See Native America

Matika Wilbur is a Swinomish and Tulalip [tribes in the Puget Sound region] storyteller and photographer from Washington. After studying at the Brooks Institute of Photography and Rocky Mountain School of Photography, she worked as a fashion photographer in LA before...
Making Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire

Making Harley-Davidson’s LiveWire

LET’S DO SOMETHING we’d all love to right about now—jump five years into the future. It’s now 2025. There’s been five years of aggressive—and I mean tear the thing down and rebuild it aggressive—innovation in the world of cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Some...
Alex Strohl on Capturing Quiet Moments of Adventure

Alex Strohl on Capturing Quiet Moments of Adventure

Alex Strohl lives a life most of us daydream about. The 30-year-old French photographer spends most of the year traveling the world creating images that mix outdoor exploration with quiet contemplation. For an adventure photographer his work is understated and...
Tom Dixon on Design’s Infinite Possibilities

Tom Dixon on Design’s Infinite Possibilities

The Tom Dixon operation is slick. From the ground floor shop that feels more like a gallery than retail space to the flank of receptionists and young designers gliding around the office spaces, everyone seems quietly thrilled to be working against this considered,...
Daniel Simon is Transforming the Way We Drive

Daniel Simon is Transforming the Way We Drive

It’s sunny, low 70s, in the Del Rey neighborhood of West Los Angeles. A new office compound is under construction—one of many new developments aimed at making room for the tech, startup, and media companies that are flocking to the area, what’s being referred to as...