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May Issue Sneak Preview! Global Style

The Dwell editors go global with 14 houses across five continents to share great design from all over the world. We also bring you a special guide to the newest up-and-coming designers and architects, as well as checking back in with our Young Guns featured in last year’s May issue. Plus, don’t miss our insider’s guide to Istanbul’s design scene, and a home inspired by a never-performed symphony. Find it on newsstands now or order a digital edition. And, enjoy a sneak peek here!
April 11, 2013
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Illustrator We Love: Olimpia Zagnoli

You may have seen her colorful, quirky illustrations in the paper or those charming landmark icons on the travel itinerary tome of the New York Times, 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA & Canada, so it's no surprise that we're taken with the tiny red bike riding illustrator's work. Based in Milan, Italy, Olimpia Zagnoli has been proving her gifted handiwork chops to clients such as Taschen, Air France, and Columbia University and was awarded New Visual Artist of 2012 by Print Magazine. Click through to see a few of our favorites from the T. Rex listening, postcard sending, stripe wearing illustrator below!
April 11, 2013
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Photographer Q&A: Jake Stangel

Have you always wanted to know more about Dwell's photo shoots and the amazing photographers that we get to work with? Well you're in luck! This Q&A with the wonderful Jake Stangel kicks off the start to our 'Get to Know the Photographer' series. You will learn what it is like to shoot for Dwell and hear about some fun behind-the-scenes moments. Most importantly, you will be able to put a face to a name of these talented photographers who have helped us create the beautiful pages of Dwell over the years!
April 11, 2013
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Nicely Noted Stationery Service

We've penned paeans to letterpressed cards and hand-written notes before—just check out this indie stationery store in Chicago we featured—but the new service Nicely Noted out of Austin, Texas has a solution for every time you thought "Gee I oughta write that guy a thank you card" but didn't. Founded by Perry Nelson, Nicely Noted is a subscription service that delivers a curated trio of letterpressed cards and stamps each month for $18. Actually putting pencil to card is up to you. And no, we don't know Aunt Bertha's address. Call your mother.
April 11, 2013

Dwell on Design Call for Submissions: Canyon and Valley Home Tours

Calling all architects! Join Dwell for what promises to be a dynamic three days of modern architecture during the Dwell Modern Home Tours at the country's largest design event, Dwell on Design, June 21-23.
April 11, 2013
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Photographer Eirik Johnson's Barrow Cabins

In the summer of 2010, photographer Eirik Johnson adventured to the most northern stretch of the United States to capture several hunting cabins in Barrow, Alaska. He returned in winter 2012 during the frigid Arctic Winter Solstice to photograph the same cabins at the precise angle and position, as he did that one summer. With only a brief four hour window of dusk-like light during this recent winter trip, he still managed to succeed in a complete visual contrast, especially when the images are viewed side by side. The structures are used by native Iñupiat families who travel from Barrow to hunt for waterfowl in the summer and seals in the winter. "The cabins are situated along the shores of the Chukchi Sea, part of the larger Arctic Ocean. Each structure has been fashioned out of whatever makeshift materials are on hand, from weathered plywood to old shipping pallets collected from the nearby-decommissioned Navy Base. Seen together, both the summer and winter series are a meditation on the passage of time and seasonal shift along the extreme horizon of the Arctic."
April 11, 2013
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New from Pia Wüstenberg

We last highlighted Pia Wüstenberg's work in our May 2012 issue, when we called her one of design's rising stars; previously we called out her innovative recycled paper lights, which she created by shaping rolls of laminated scrap paper on a wood lathe. She recently got in touch to let us know about her latest project: a new iteration of her Stacking Vessels, which she originally designed in 2011.
April 11, 2013
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Q&A with Paper Engineer Matt Shlian

Apophenia: the experience of seeing meaningful patterns or connections in random or meaningless data. Such is the title of Ann Arbor, Michigan based paper artist and engineer Matt Shlian's geometric series for Ghostly International, a follow-up to 2011’s Tessellation Series. Presented in four distinct moments, each with an edition of 25, Apophenia reads like snapshots in the process of pattern creation. We recently had the opporunity to chat with Schlian to find out more about his creative process, influences, preferences, and why he is "sort of anti-decoration."
April 10, 2013
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A Modernist Click Through Remodelista: Part Two

We're back with some more Remodelista love! (Check out our past favorites from the interior design blog and a Q&A with the site's editor and co-founder Sarah Lonsdale here.) From an ambitious, multifaceted building in the UK to ten exposed copper decor ideas, check out our top six picks below.
April 10, 2013
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