41. South Dakota
Finding a roadside teepee is not uncommon on the American interstate. However, the rest area outside Wasta, South Dakota, is unique for its concrete, linear abstraction of the traditional Native American dwelling. Mysteriously, the artist who created it remains unknown.
42. North Carolina
Haand is a ceramics studio who aim to craft sensory experiences through practical everyday design. Their 'Cloudware' collection is inspired by classic Wedgwood ceramics and the blue skies over Eli Whitney, North Carolina.
Set in the remote landscape of central Idaho, 'Outpost' is a home and studio designed by Olson Sunberg Architects. Modern and stark, it was built using extra-durable concrete and plywood in order to withstand the desert's extreme weather conditions.
Sculptor Alma Allen casts bowls in solid bronze at his home studio in the Southern California desert. A self-taught artist, he built his own bronze foundry, creating a forge using factory cement and an old vacuum cleaner canister.
Photographer Thomas Pearson explores the theme of identity in the pedestrian spaces of South Mississippi. Taking the form of a visual stream of consciousness, his work seeks to capture the landscapes of his childhood memories.
Artisan Spencer Peterman carves bowls and boards from the discarded logs of trees. Sourced from the local woods of Western Massachusetts, his rustic, one-of-a-kind kitchenware is made from maple, cherry and black walnut.
47. North Dakota
As a large-format photographer, Robb Silverson captures the landscapes of the Northern Great Plains of Fargo, North Dakota. His practice requires working in a traditional darkroom, using various processing techniques to change the scope of his black and white film.
Pérez Art Museum
Designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the Pérez Art Museum Miami was built to exist ‘without form’. By fluidly blending the interior and outside space, the gallery integrates its celebrated art collection with the lush vegetation and atmosphere of the city.
These giant crystal-like bookends are by design-duo Bazazas. Made from the by-product of industrial glass production, each one is unique and inspired by the "visual repertoire" of mineral-rich Arkansas.
Having spent his formative years studying engineering in Kansas, artist Robert Morris has since become a prominent figure in several major art movements. Working with industrial and ephemeral materials such as glass and felt, his sculptural practice focuses on concept, form and process.