FROM THE ARCHIVE: Nature’s Path is North America’s largest family-owned organic, non-GMO cereal brand, led by its impassioned founders Ratana and Arran Stephens.
The design work of fraternal twins Simon and Nikolai Haas is manifestly erotic, so as to draw people in, and to instigate a dialogue about the human condition.
A group of men in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, some of whom used to be poachers, now spearhead the Scorpions, an NGO-funded anti-poaching squad.
Michael Shannon has a brooding presence and, much like his work, affects you in a way you are unable to forget.
Pendleton Woolen Mills has navigated the fickle world of textile manufacturing for over 150 years, thriving on a blend of innovation and tradition.
The Tula House, realized as a thoughtful composition of wood, steel, concrete, and plate glass, is a place of mutual respect between nature and habitation.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: George Gardiner had a passion for life. His interests were eclectic—everything from ice hockey, vintage wines, and thoroughbred horses to delicately decorated ceramics.
Unlike many logos, the COS emblem speaks directly to the label’s sartorial aesthetic: all clean and white, with slender grey shaded lines to create the shapes of letters, it evokes subtle structure and silhouette.
A perennial discoverer, Cameron Bailey has an eye not just for what’s hot but also what’s important.