In the sunshine or the snow, these gifts will keep them happy and comfortable wherever a friend or family member goes next.
Canadian-born photographer Leah Frances turns her lens to the humble American diner in her photo essay.
Italian designer Guglielmo Poletti deconstructs conventional designs of wall lighting before he builds them back up again.
Vlad Dumitrescu’s portraits turn away from Bucharest and the much mythologized Transylvania to forefront the people of Romania.
Caffe la Tana is giving Vancouverites the opportunity to sample the world’s rarest pasta, su filindeu.
The new collection by Douglas Coupland at the Toronto Power Plant explores the Canadian landscape and the effects of climate change.
Heim Furniture creates one-off commissions for customers, using sustainable North American wood, much of it sourced from Vancouver Island.
Louis Vuitton, official partner of the Rugby World Cup, has designed the trunk carrying the Webb Ellis Trophy.
The L.A. store is in Platform, a shared space for independent creative businesses in Culver City, and will stock brands such as ecoBirdy, Haws, and Iris Hantverk.
Canadian Daisy Desrosiers was recently announced as the new director and chief curator of the Gund, at Kenyon College in Ohio.