As cold weather steadily approaches, I find myself inevitably yearning for my younger days at my old home in San Jose, California. In the midst of fantasizing about the warmer regions of the country, I stumbled upon John Holcomb’s wonderful series of pieces titled, “United Plates” created through his one man illustration and print company, Shorthanded […]
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November 4th, 2010 · Comments Off on united plates.
November 3rd, 2010 · Comments Off on printed matter book fair!
Hey all of you in the Tri-state area (or those with teleportation devices): the Printed Matter book fair at PS1 MoMa in Long Island City is this Thursday through Sunday. Check out a complete list of vendors and more information here. I’ll be working at the Half Gallery booth (photo pictured below is some of […]
November 3rd, 2010 · Comments Off on an awesome book of thanks.
I’m not quite sure how – but information about a cute children’s book by Dallas Clayton some how entered my inbox. Despite my usual effort to delete any email from someone I don’t know (usually Russian mail-order brides asking for my hand in marriage or Nigerian Princes asking for 5 million dollars), there was something […]
October 23rd, 2010 · 1 Comment
I AM is an online exhibition and shop created by Austrian artist and designer, Mareike Auer. With a great interest in other artists and designers worldwide, she came to notice a need for a platform that would allow others the opportunity to exhibit their work in a comprehensive manner. Beginning in December, the work of […]
October 18th, 2010 · 1 Comment
Mondays are the toughest day of the week. The weekend’s behind you, and five grueling days of work lie ahead. So, each Monday, we’re showcasing something that we’ve made, with the hope that it inspires you . . . Despite my fervent efforts to stay organized, at the start of each week, something is released into […]
October 7th, 2010 · Comments Off on for the impatient art enthusiasts.
I hate moving more than anything, but I must admit, the chance to decorate a new space quickly makes every bit of the heavy lifting well worth it. Unfortunately, once I am settled in, I soon feel restless and am eager to switch up my decor all over again. Thanks to TurningArt, I may have […]
October 6th, 2010 · Comments Off on bust out
I have no shame in admitting that I am the generation of the American Girl Doll. I had Felicity, the Boston tea-party era chick who enjoyed horses and parlor sitting. I was happy with Fel, but I did sometimes grow envious of the girl down the street who owned the Victorian one from Boston. There […]
September 23rd, 2010 · 3 Comments
Qualy, a Bangkok-based homewares company is truly doing fun things with otherwise boring and basic necessities. With a whimsical aesthetic, these brightly colored products are thoughtfully designed for their exact usage without skimping on style. In addition, all Qualy products are fully recyclable, supporting Qualy’s message that we should all do our part to “care […]
September 17th, 2010 · Comments Off on michelberger hotel: berlin, germany.
I have finally realized that no matter the circumstance, within a few months of living anywhere, I am soon itching with cabin fever and anxiously mapping out each and every step of my fantasy travels across the world. Upon my latest mental adventure, the Michelberger Hotel in Berlin, Germany popped up on my radar and has […]
September 12th, 2010 · 1 Comment
Listen. The East Coast and West Coast I’ve got down. Even most of the South is pretty stable in my 3rd grade memory cubby. But the Midwest? I’ve got to be honest, it’s a little dust-storm cloudy in that area. So, any creative map to help clear some of that up is a warm welcome. […]