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On the Road with Trips Luggage in Mexico City

On the Road with Trips Luggage in Mexico City

Vibrant, colorful, new. It’s hard to escape these three terms when reading or thinking about Mexico City. The city of nearly 9 million residents is exploding with restaurants, boutiques, hotels, museums, and galleries. Its diversity and excitement can make most other...
Buster + Punch Gives an Edge to Everyday Details

Buster + Punch Gives an Edge to Everyday Details

Massimo Buster Minale started out as an architect (he worked for Foster & Partners and others), but he had a serious eye for detail—beyond cool detail. He started building custom motor bikes with two friends in an East London Garage in his free time when word got...
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,...
How to Bring Pattern into Your Next Project

How to Bring Pattern into Your Next Project

When we think about pattern, our minds often go straight to the bold: animal print, brocade, floral, something loud and geometric, made in a flurry of colors that floods the senses. It’s one reason why some designers stray from busy motifs, opting instead for a...
6 Creatives on What They Wish They Knew Years Earlier

6 Creatives on What They Wish They Knew Years Earlier

1. I’d wish I’d known succinctly that hard work would pay off. I was frustrated by the perceived ghosts you’d hear about. I thought you needed glowing accreditations and prestigious college degrees and a host of frivolities like “good looks” and “family money” and...
How Kevin Hunter Helped to Reinvent the Toyota Supra

How Kevin Hunter Helped to Reinvent the Toyota Supra

If you were interested in fast cars in the ’90s there’s a good chance you rarely even saw the Toyota Supra Mk.4. Released in ’93 with chart-topping performance, advanced technology, and the massively capable 2JZ engine, the car failed to resonate with American buyers....
MURUGIAH is Illustrating Change

MURUGIAH is Illustrating Change

When it’s nice out, Sharm Murugiah bikes or runs the six or seven miles to his studio in a 19th century library building in southeast London. Advertisement He calls the neighborhood a “leafy part of London,” about a 20-minute train trek from the Shard; it’s a place...
Natasha Jen Finds Her Frontier at Pentagram

Natasha Jen Finds Her Frontier at Pentagram

On a Tuesday morning, the top floor of Pentagram’s Manhattan studio is reasonably quiet with a few staff milling about, yet the loft-like space radiates an undeniable energy. At this address, brilliant ideas are born, be it a brand’s logo, a corporate identity, or a...