FROM THE ARCHIVE: Measuring one inch wide by seven-eighths of an inch high, the stone is one of the world’s largest yellow diamonds and is, quite simply, breathtaking.
For more than a century, in a large studio on Via Garibaldi in Rome’s Trastevere district, the hands of masterful artisans have moved across glass like those of musicians playing their instruments.
It was an occasion of celebration, not mourning, that inspired the Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal’s exhibition entitled Leonard Cohen: A Crack in Everything.
For over 45 years, Aranow has collected, catalogued, studied, and sold tens of thousands of patterned fabrics, now available to the masses through the Textile Hive database.
Today, visible repairs, creatively handled, can signal love, individuality, environmental awareness, or all three.
Cabernet sauvignon has long been called King Cabernet and is still deserving of the title.
In this five-storey Georgian house in Bloomsbury, London, architect Gianni Botsford has created a visual tension between abundant and minimal lighting.
It takes something truly unique to stand out in the crowded all-natural beauty landscape these days. And yet, Toronto-based Leaves of Trees is doing just that.
Robots are expanding past their home on the factory floor and starting to threaten human employment in a variety of professions.