Click On This | N°18

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HBD | In honor of Frank Llyod Wright's 150th birthday (dude is old), Schumacher is re-releasing a line of his textiles from 1955. The collection very clearly reflects his notorious aesthetic, but would be very equally at home even if you didn't happen to have exposed beams and stained glass at yours. (Wallpaper)

HBD | In honor of Frank Llyod Wright's 150th birthday (dude is old), Schumacher is re-releasing a line of his textiles from 1955. The collection very clearly reflects his notorious aesthetic, but would be very equally at home even if you didn't happen to have exposed beams and stained glass at yours. (Wallpaper)

KIDS | Ah, youth! Always doing cray-cray things with knitwear, right? Lucky for us, it's that great time of year when thesis projects are due at all the art schools, which means that we get to see what all the young ones have been dreaming up in their world of endless possibility. Click through to see Knitwear II finals from FIT and keep an eye on RISD—their senior thesis show is this weekend. (Knit Grandeur)

KIDS | Ah, youth! Always doing cray-cray things with knitwear, right? Lucky for us, it's that great time of year when thesis projects are due at all the art schools, which means that we get to see what all the young ones have been dreaming up in their world of endless possibility. Click through to see Knitwear II finals from FIT and keep an eye on RISD—their senior thesis show is this weekend. (Knit Grandeur)

DUST | We recently became aware of/acquainted with the new line of wear-everyday basics, Everybody. Their amazing production process involves fiber dust that's swept from the factory floor, sent through an industrial spinner and somehow, miraculously, becomes their 100% recycled cotton t-shirts. It's wild. Also, their space is bananas-cool, as shown in this studio tour. (Sight Unseen)

DUST | We recently became aware of/acquainted with the new line of wear-everyday basics, Everybody. Their amazing production process involves fiber dust that's swept from the factory floor, sent through an industrial spinner and somehow, miraculously, becomes their 100% recycled cotton t-shirts. It's wild. Also, their space is bananas-cool, as shown in this studio tour. (Sight Unseen)

RUGS| Doshi Levein's India-by-way-of-Eames aesthetic is in full swing with their Rabari collection of rugs. Even better is the making-of video, which explores the ideas behind the collection as well as the importance of beauty to Indian culture. (Nanimarquina)

RUGS| Doshi Levein's India-by-way-of-Eames aesthetic is in full swing with their Rabari collection of rugs. Even better is the making-of video, which explores the ideas behind the collection as well as the importance of beauty to Indian culture. (Nanimarquina)

BAI | Issue Six of Knit Wit is quite literally being printed as we speak (!!). We're going to start spilling more details in the coming week, but in the mean time, you can preorder your copy over on the site.  (Knit Wit)

BAI | Issue Six of Knit Wit is quite literally being printed as we speak (!!). We're going to start spilling more details in the coming week, but in the mean time, you can preorder your copy over on the site.  (Knit Wit)