Jamie Chung is a still-life photographer who manages to turn the simplest, every-day objects into pieces of wonder.

A Half-Baked Design Concept Reminds Ceramicist Sarah Hussaini to Trust Her Process
The wooden object the Not Work Related founder purchased at a studio sale could have been anything.
Found Pottery Pieces Inspire a Washington Designer to Consider the Shelf Life of Our Existence
Chelsea Minola, founder of design studio Grain, keeps the remnants as a reminder of time spent with her family and the future she...
A Chicago Designer Finds Lessons in the Toy-Making Traditions of His Japanese Heritage
After discovering the sustainable art of kokeshi, Kazuki Guzmán worked it into his own design practice—and began sharing it with...


How to Light Your Home So Even the Overhead Haters Are Happy
Did you know there’s a rule of threes for lighting too?