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.
Looking straight out of a science-fiction movie set, this beautiful and sleek restaurant has a design stays true to its futuristic vision. Architectural Decoration Design Co. is the firm that …
This ingenious ring uses compressed smog to bring attention to the issue of air pollution.
Desserto is a stylish, eco-friendly leather made from cactus.
Fashion designer Thom Brown has a new men's wetsuit that is styled to look like an actual men's dress suit, to comical yet awesome effect.
We love the honest beauty in these photos from Barcelona-based photographer Ingrid Emaga.
If you needed a smile, this story of an elderly couple in Taiwan who model the clothes left behind at their laundromat should do the trick.
Brother and sister pastry chefs Madina Yavorskaya and Rustam Kungurov create artistically stunning cakes, from pop-art icons to geometric towers of tastiness.
These newly released Nike ISPA Road Warrior shoes demonstrate all sorts of design and technology boundary-pushing.
Obscuring the faces of these vintage photographs, Australian artist Harriet Moutsopoulos gives us a whole new, comical and surreal perspective.
We love the way Claire Boscher elevates these humble flowers, thanks to the use of vibrant color.