Café Bw in Moscow will make you feel like you've entered a two dimensional world.
This elegant, handmade leather watermelon bag by Tsuchiya Kaban is as charmingly absurd as it is beautiful.
Sydney-based photographer Brad Walls captures the art of synchronized swimming beautifully.
The Force may be with you, but now the proper time will be, too.
Someone has spent the time tracking every color cardigan Mr. Rogers wore for each of his hundreds of shows.
MycoWorks is a company working with mushroom mycelium to create high-grade alternatives to traditional leather.
Spanish hairdresser Alexis Ferrer has created a way to print full color designs onto hair extensions, resulting in patterns and intricate styles we've never seen before.
From Mecli, this elegant stem vase is housed within a book, opening up to reveal its curving form.
Wildly intricate hair braiding by Trendafilka Kirova
Check out the expanded Moss and Fog Shop, and take advantage of our winter sale.
We don't know quite how to react to these puffer jackets for Louis Vuitton, designed by Virgil Abloh.
Using chunky, 3D-rendered forms, textures, and vibrant colors, Micillo shares a highly unique and memorable alphabet.
If 2020 can be summed up in a series of illustrations, we'd want to nominate designer and illustrator Simo Liu for the job.
We like the trend of companies creating refillable products that reduce single-use plastic, even when it's something as trivial as deodorant.
We're excited to announce the Moss and Fog Shop, which features gifts and products from around the world.
A comprehensive shopping guide of gifts that give back. Feel good about your purchases!
Barbara Franc creates lifelike, inquisitive animal sculptures out of found objects and materials.
Powell's Books has a new bottled fragrance to capture the essence of a bookstore. It's absurd and wonderful.
Really nice arrangements of flowers made sexier with the use of glass vessels and orbs that bend and skew their light.
Masks made of food aren't effective protection from a pandemic. But compared to some of the anti-mask morons we've seen this year, they could be better than nothing.
Designer Shashar Asor imagines a smarter, more environmentally friendly shoe, made with biodegradable thread.
These LEGO X Adidas special edition sneakers will excite the LEGO fan in your life.