Reflections from and about artists on their creative expressions
A youth-driven creative renaissance is lighting up South Korea.
Words by Sophie Mancini, Photography by Jun Michael Park
Painter Kehinde Wiley has opened a compound on the coast of Senegal, inviting artists from all over the world to see the incredible country up close.
Words by Alex Frank, Photography by Frank Frances
American design icon Kelly Wearstler shares her top spots for aesthetic awe.
words by Kelly Wearstler, photography by Karina Spritze and Brian Bowen Smith
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Exploring Georgia O’Keeffe’s New Mexico.
Words by Sarah McColl, PHOTOGRAPHY BY Martien Mulder
Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto tells a story in salt.
words by elissa polls, direction by elissa polls and ian alexander levine
Designer Will Meyer on his travels to Dubai, Capri, and Casa Wabi.
Words by Will Meyer, illustration by Hisham Akira Bharoocha
From a special object to a delicious meal, a captivating place to an unforgettable experience — these are just a few things delighting our Departures editors this month.
words by skye parrott, t. cole rachel, nina renata aron, sophie MANCINI, and annette lamothe-ramos; illustration by jess rotter
Houdini collector Arthur Moses reveals what’s behind the curtain.
words by T. Cole Rachel, Photography by Jackie Lee Young
words by Skye Parrott, T. Cole Rachel, Nina Renata Aron, Sophie Mancini, Annette Lamothe-Ramos, and Elissa Polls; illustration by Jess Rotter
A letter from Departures exploring this month’s theme.
Words by Nina Renata Aron, Art by Francesco Clemente
Monk Estate, a new shop in Point Reyes Station, is filled with new and antique delights.
words and photography by skye parrott
Examining the enduring allure of fresh flowers — and the unexpected journey most take to reach your bouquet.
words by Yalitza Ferreras, photography by Jo Metson Scott, floral arrangements by Worm.
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