There are certain objects that have attained essential status in our homes. We are so accustomed to them, that in the midst of our 110 belongings, we may not truly notice their presence anymore, even though we may use these objects every day religiously. SEUNGHO Studio decided to uplift these everyday objects, by giving them a makeover, without changing their original form. And they’ve done it via their ‘Hidden Collection’. The Hidden Collection is a series of products that hide the usual appearance of familiar household objects and recreates them. The Hidden Collection is a collection of add-ons you slide
Most art and design fairs geared toward young people encourage them to create something to take home. The Inventgenuity Festival does that, too, but it emphasizes a rarer and possibly more resonant principle: creating something to leave behind.
That’s exactly what visitors will do on Saturday and Sunday during the festival’s 11th edition and its first to be held outdoors, on Governors Island. Presented by Beam Center, an educational nonprofit based in Brooklyn, the free event invites participants, ages 6 to 18, to enroll in workshops devoted to craft, technology, music, science, even sports. The central activity, however,