Let's discuss. I respect Yayoi Kusama's work as an artist and saw photos of her art work and they looked fascinating. However, I wasn't too amused by the fashion collaboration. I mean they looked too... ordinary. I personally much prefer the Murakami collection. This is my initial verdict...

) I've been contributing a lot of video stories recently for The Brooklyn Ink, and thought I would share one about this really cool jewelry designer I met a few weeks ago. Debbie Tuch created Glitterlimes jewelry 17 years ago when she was studying at the Rhode Island School of Design. Today,...

Kate Benjamin wants to dispel the unfashionable image of the 'cat lady'. That's why she teamed up with a jeweler to create unique cat 'hair ball' jewelry. Benjamin, the author of the blog Modern Cat and designer of innovative cat toys and products, wanted to do something with her cat's fur....

*Deep breath* I guess this is where I have to add the preemptive disclaimer that what I talk about in the "Let's Discuss..." column is not necessarily the viewpoint of MTV, Viacom, its subsidiaries or the youthful production assistants whom I adore but share few references with because I am...

Typically, for our "Let's Discuss" franchise we throw up a topic so that we can engage in a forthright and spirited discussion about whether or not we like or dislike something, but in this case we'd like to foist our fervent opinion that these here shoes are seriously fug. The "Alex" pump...

And while there are at least 12 to 33 jokes that could be made about the fact that it looks like Adam chose a stencil from some vast collection to spray paint on a perfectly symmetrical down-curved 'stache and Dorito chin patch (careful not to get it in his eyes), each individual face...

Well, what is more creative than clothes that are made out of a biological product like milk? I can already hear you thinking; what, milk?! Yes, I really mean milk-that-comes-from-cow's-kind-of-milk. via Qmilk Nowadays, people are more and more interested in products that are made...

Oh yes, it's actually a skirt made out of mobile phones. And you know that cool thing that happens when you twirl a skirt- the colour shift? Well, get ready to have your mind blown as this Nokia FG collaboration spins colours based on the wearer's surroundings. The skirt is made up over 75...

her hardcore cat's eye. I mean, on one hand, kudos for mastering the swoosh. While I'm not totally convinced this counts as "fine motor skills" considering it's not writing the Pledge of Allegiance in pig Latin on a single grain of rice (it's WAY longer in pig Latin; and of course

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