Ceramist Antoinette Faragallah crafts phantasmagoric creations etching their way into high design
New York crime photographer Weegee looked forward to coming west to ply his trade in Hollywood—until he got here.
Azadeh Shladovsky came to furniture design through a quite unexpected route.
The new bridge over the river Colorado wasn’t designed as a work of art, but necessity became the mother to grandeur.
Windowless, wrapped in a skin of panels and holding the collection of world’s richest man Carlos Slim Helú, Soumaya Museum brings a new kind of attraction to Mexico City.
You can’t help but notice him courtside at every Laker game. Now meet James Goldstein, the man in the python-skin duds.
While much of the fashion industry stays in a slump, Los Angeles designer Jeremy Scott keeps things moving by refusing to be labeled.
Sunglasses for the wild and the innocent, fashion on the fringe—and one seriously eye-grabbing hourglass shape.
John Long will do anything to get your kids hooked on what he’s peddling at L.A.’s Museum of Natural History—the joys of discovery, the glories of science and the wonders of life itself.
You won’t find any retro-soul laudings on the press material for these rising stars, and yet the vivacious pair are champions of the genre.