Size intrigues when it appears atypical. The greater the distinction, the stronger the magnetism, forcing us to hold our eyes on to that something to assimilate the particulars, make sense of it and have it lodged in our minds.
Paper has long been an inspiration for artists around the world, from Mexican papel picado to the art of origami which originated in Japan in the 17th century AD to the kindergarten craft project of the pop-up greeting card, which has recently been turned into a fine art by respected artists such as Robert Sabuda and Nikki McClure. Learn More
An unsurpassed survey of the world’s finest examples of this popular art form—in situ from the greatest private and public collections to the beautifully assembled rooms of contemporary artists, stylists, and cutting-edge interior designers. Learn More
Village Voice and Interview cofounder John Wilcock was first drawn into the milieu of Andy Warhol through filmmaker Jonas Mekas, assisting on some of Warhol's early films, hanging out at his parties and quickly becoming a regular at the Factory. Learn More
After going through an eclectic, baroque, and iconic phase, today s design is again taking its visual cues from functionalism and pragmatism. Young graphic designers and illustrators are working in a way that is influenced by the principles of classic modernism. They avoid excess or exaggeration to create enduring work of the highest quality. Learn More
The Selby Is in Your Place was conceived when fashion and interiors photographer Todd Selby began taking portraits of dynamic and creative people—authors, musicians, artists, and designers—in their home environments and posting them on his web site. Learn More
VAGA is a biannual New York City based publication. Each issue is theme oriented showcasing original fashion editorials, exclusive interviews and featured profiles from the genres of fashion, art, film and music. Learn More