All Design Websites In One Place.
Here you can follow 157 design websites just by visiting us. Check the design categories you like by clicking "popular" link at the top menu bar or our other editions such as FoodiePLX, FashionPLX at the bottom menu bar. Once you sign up, you can add more websites, categories you like and remove the ones you don't.
Learn more about MultiPLX or signup for personalized experience.
Having been loyal followers of Wary Meyer's Instagram account for some time (where they post interior design inspiration from the '60s and '70s that kindle a deep yearning), we were excited to learn that the husband and wife duo's newest offering......
For those London-dwellers who don’t have the wallet to buy their art at Frieze, alternative event The Other Art Fair proves a bit more affordable.
Clothes aren't everything, but the right clothes at the right time can make all the difference—especially when it comes to kicking back in the summertime.
Renowned French street artist JR has teamed up with The New York Times Magazine for a striking new cover for the upcoming “Walking New York” special edition zine.
Sia's mega-star status may have only been solidified globally in the last few years, but the truth of the matter is she has long been creating music of remarkable depth and power.
by Chérmelle D. Edwards As part of the independent design incubator Manufacture New York, design boutique Slow Factory merges silk and satellite images into sustainably designed, limited edition scarves.
Warby Parker’s latest addition to its line-up of affordable frames features Japanese titanium and retro styling.
Stuart Parr's expansive collection of vintage Italian motorcycles is a sight to see, so we took a trip to 285 Madison Avenue in New York City where Parr is currently exhibiting a selection of his beautiful bikes.
by Jill Singer What is it that makes the mirror such fertile ground for experimentation among designers?
Today, 24 April 2015, the Hubble Telescope turns 25 years old. During its quarter-century, the Hubble has produced an incredible array of now iconic images, including the famous Hubble Deep Field—where the telescope aimed its lens at a tiny speck in......
Two years ago, we ventured over to 99 Gansevoort Street in NYC to tour the construction site of famed architect Renzo Piano's new Whitney Museum of American Art building.
Music producer (and MIDI controller magician) Shawn Wasabi makes a comeback after almost a year with the intensely stimulating "Marble Soda," a mash-up of samples culled from 153 different songs and sounds.
Champagne connoisseurs now know what what the oldest recorded champagne tastes like. Discovered five years ago in a Baltic Sea shipwreck, bottles of still-corked bubbly were finally popped open for taste-testers to try out.
Leave your Lycra at home, forget about carbon fiber, stop meticulously counting the grams of your new crankset and prepare for a healthy dose of fatigue.
When evaluating the state of the American dream, especially in light of consistently troubling news from all reaches of the country, there's quite possibly no better way to gain an understanding than taking to the road.
London continues to nurture its blossoming distillery scene with more and more small operations launching, as spirits now enjoy the artisan renaissance previously reserved for beers and microbreweries.
Michael Gordon, founder of Bumble and Bumble, envisions a future in which nobody shampoos. This seemingly radical idea turns into common sense once you realize that most shampoos have detergents and sulfates that strip natural oils and damage hair......
Founded by Chris Williams and Jeff Schroeder, Union Surfboards is a small custom board company based in Brooklyn, NY.
Our pizza-loving friends over at Lazy Oaf continue to churn out fun apparel covered with dogs, eggs, ninja weapons and a good punch of humor every month.
Launching today in celebration of Earth Day, the new film "Planetary" is an awe-inspiring exploration into the interconnectedness between planet Earth and humankind.