Catherine and John Pawson share their designs for life with Vanity Fair

Sofas and electrical sockets may have sparked a few disagreements, but the couple bonded over the food they create at Home Farm Catherine and John Pawson share their designs for life with Vanity Fair

How David Rockwell turned a station into the Oscars venue

Hidden speakers, classic architecture and neoclassical art all fed into Rockwell’s designs for the 93rd Academy Awards How David Rockwell turned a station into the Oscars venue

The artists who flock to John Audubon

On the great bird artist’s birthday we take a look at the contemporary painters who draw upon his seminal work The artists who flock to John Audubon

What the early graffiti of KAWS tells us about his later success

The artist made his name in train yards and on the street, and, in the process, learnt some big lessons about art, commerce and communication
What the early graffiti of KAWS tells us about his later success

Share the love (and art) this World Book Day with My Art Book of Friendship

Our new title combines great art with an excellent read-along lesson in making friends Share the love (and art) this World Book Day with My Art Book of Friendship

Cooking for Your Kids: Fun dishes to make together

Entertain your children and feed them something delicious, by following one of these recipes from our new book of professional chefs' recipes for kids Cooking for Your Kids: Fun dishes to make together

Architecture and the future of Earth

On Earth Day, we dig into Beatrice Galilee’s new book, to see how architecture can help - but also harm - our world Architecture and the future of Earth

Why Pace is showing Adam Pendleton’s paintings alongside David Adjaye’s sculptures

Here's why Pendleton’s text paintings complement Adjaye's pyramid sculptures so well at this new Hong Kong show Why Pace is showing Adam Pendleton’s paintings alongside David Adjaye’s sculptures

Peter Marino tells the FT about his new passion for bees

The architect, collector and Phaidon author says he can taste the flowers from his garden in his bees’ honey Peter Marino tells the FT about his new passion for bees

How KAWS and his cartoon sculptures capture compassion and companionship

Our new book describes how the artist’s pop appropriations bring humanity into a highly commodified world How KAWS and his cartoon sculptures capture compassion and companionship

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