Women’s bodies aren’t the problem when it comes to ill-fitting bathing suits; it’s sloppy sizing. Here’s how one entrepreneur is changing that.
The designer, author, and illustrator—beloved for his cheeky, intentionally rudimentary Instagram “inspiration”—talks social media currency, turning hobbies into careers, and why you should stop waiting for inspiration and just get to it.
The Chicago designer’s cards, pillows, and accessories are all ethically made in America. We talked all kinds of sustainability—artistic, environmental, and business.
Designer Michelle Rial’s ‘Real Life Charts’ are an Instagram hit—and will soon be a book. She talks about drawing out evocative truths from the mundane, her favorite design resources, and why NPR is bad background listening for creative work.
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Tom Dixon has launched a flagship store inside a coal yard in King’s Cross.