What began with a simple terrarium turned into a 19th centuy frond phenomenon that influenced art, fashion and home decor.
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With the help of 28,000 potted flowers, artist Anna Schuleit transforms a mental hospital into a beautiful meditation on psychiatric well-being.
A fifteenth century Japanese pottery technique continues to inspire today, proving that there are no accidents, only opportunity.
In the face of financial despair, our essential public institutions are trying to compete with the world’s biggest online retailers.
Women have been squeezed in, laced up, and pulled tight for centuries. Why do we still grin and bear the pain?
The afterlife of your thrift store donations may surprise you.
A year after the tragic events struck the Pacific nation, one woman is helping families reconnect with their lost memories.
When planning your wedding, a disability need not affect your day. Wheelchair users offer advice for achieving the event of your dreams.
The needlecraft fad that busied every woman in America during the 1800s was inspired by an unlikely source.
The homeless population of Detroit is a little warmer because of Veronika Scott’s socially conscious design: a coat that converts into a sleeping bag.
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Nike’s brand new Flyknit shoes will be on the feet of track stars at this year’s Olympics. But is this just a handcrafted gimmick?
Meticulous commitment keeps one company in demand, supplying ballerinas with the key to their ultimate success.
A documentary shows how the humble, plastic food container was once a means for young women to achieve personal success and financial stability.