Mi Hyeon Yoo, Jessica M.H Yoo — Meem Designs

Artist in Residence with Jessica Yoo of Design Meem

Little may know that Korea possesses a long history of quilting. Jogakbo, or Korean patchwork, dates back to about 200 years and is a custom that comes very naturally. The silhouette of hanbok (Korean traditional clothing) is curved, like the rounded sleeves, there were always pieces of fabric left. Naturally, women made use of them but now you can find Korean patchwork in all forms; from blankets to clothing and bojagi art (multipurpose square cloth). Read more.


Kelly Behun Studio, PRINT ALL OVER ME, and USA-OK Industries

Eyes Wide Open at Sight Unseen OFFSITE!

New York Design Week was a whirlwind of design adventure, one highlight was the neon post-modern utopia of Sight Unseen OFFSITE! Monica Khemsurov and Jill Singer of the website Sight Unseen also co-founded this show in conjunction with NYCxDesign and ICFF. It enchantingly combined the works of independent design studios alongside those from established, forward-thinking brands, creating a small but well curated venue for industry professionals and design enthusiasts. Read more.


LOCZIdesign - Tips for Anti Spring Cleaning

6 Tips for Anti Spring Cleaning

Let’s be real. Every year we dread the daunting task of spring cleaning. So this year, I turned to Paige Loczi for a few of her go-to tips on cleaning your home for spring in an untraditional, yet rejuvenating way.

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DIY Turotial: Staghorn Fern Mount - LOCZIdesign

Sustainable Sundays: DIY Staghorn Fern Plaque

It’s Sunday, the perfect day for a DIY project, right? (it’s okay if you want to chill instead) We thought mounting a stagforn fern was a fun twist on mounting the horns or head of an actual animal. Yikes! Allow us to show you why the staghorn fern is perfect for just that. Read more.


Mary Wallis Collage 2

In the Studio with the Talented Mary Wallis

 

Recently featured in Vogue‘s Heirlooms of Tomorrow: Ten Contemporary Designers to Collect Today, Australian-born Mary Wallis’ interpretation of lighting design comes from a diverse background in genetics, traditional Chinese painting, and manifesting one’s path. Read more.