Archive: Mar 2016

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Honey I Shrunk the Lifeguard

    Are we controlled by our surroundings? Scale can impact the way we interact with objects, people, and space in nearly every regard. Imagine how different a workday would be if you were forced to type away at a humongous laptop or faced with making a presentation to a table full of giants. The relationship of […]

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  2. Meet the Makers: NYC Blizzard Photographer Michele Palazzo

    In this Meet the Makers blog series, we will feature an artist that, quite simply, makes something. Drawing inspiration from custom works handcrafted in various media, we travel beyond the pieces by diving into the minds of the creative makers themselves. Today, we feature our interview with Michele Palazzo, photographer of the New York City blizzard.  Michele captured many […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: Egg-stravagent Murals

    For those celebrating Easter, in a few days, Peter Cotton Tail will be hopping down the bunny trail bringing chocolate, candy, and of course, Easter Eggs. A symbol now synonymous with the holiday, Easter Eggs have been decorated for centuries and are embellished through a variety of methods – everything from the simple drugstore egg […]

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  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Insect Glamour

    With winter slowly coming to an end, warmer temperatures are right around the corner. Not only will the thaw bring shorts and tank tops come out of hibernation, but it will also bring the bugs. Most people aren’t big fans of the little creepy-crawly creatures that buzz, sting, bite, and annoy during the warmer months. […]

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  5. Meet the Makers: Fishnet Sculptor Janet Echelman

    In this Meet the Makers blog series, we will feature an artist that, quite simply, makes something. Drawing inspiration from custom works handcrafted in various media, we travel beyond the pieces by diving into the minds of the creative makers themselves. Today, we feature our interview with Janet Echelman, an American artist who defies categorization, creating experiential […]

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  6. Thursday Salute to Originals: Childhood in X-ray Vision

    Archaeologists are known for digging beyond the surface, peeling back layers of earth to find out what really exists below. Their realm of expertise is generally confined to the dirt though, artfully sifting through the soil to pinpoint concealed bones and artifacts; it’s almost like they have some kind of specialized x-ray hindsight into the […]

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  7. Thursday Salute to Originals: Google Landscapes

    Google allows us to experience the world both microscopically and macroscopically. From custom local searches for a pizza joint to browsing worldwide discussion forums, the search engine puts us in touch with information at every scale. We are glued to our smartphones for answers and results at the push of a button, so much that […]

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  8. Meet the Makers: Puzzle Box Creator Robert Yarger

    In this Meet the Makers blog series, we will feature an artist that, quite simply, makes something. Drawing inspiration from custom works handcrafted in various media, we travel beyond the pieces by diving into the minds of the creative makers themselves. Today, we feature our interview with Robert Yarger, the creative maker of wooden puzzle boxes. Robert […]

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