Archive: Feb 2017

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Frames Inception

    Coming in all different sizes, shapes, materials, and motifs, frames are generally considered the border to more important works inside. Though frames themselves can often be meticulously crafted and decorated, they rarely are given the credit they deserve for being works of art in their own right. But an American artist named Taylor Holland, based out of […]

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  2. Thursday Salute to Originals: Cake Fangs

    Cake: We bake them, we eat them, we love them. We appreciate their versatility – red velvet, chocolate, marble, yellow – and they are great for celebrating any occasion. And did we mention they’re sweet and delicious? Hardly anyone is immune to their tasty charm. But above all, cake is terrifying and lethal. Wait, what? Cake is […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: Twisted Tree Root Frames

    Wood is hands down one of the most versatile materials in architecture and design. Whether its being used  unseen as milled, rigid sub-structure (think studs, furniture substrates), celebrated for its natural beauty in grain pattern and warm tone (i.e. hardwood floors, wood-clad walls), sculpted into a decorative artwork piece, or put on center stage in […]

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  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Classical Art Re-imagined Into Modern-Day Scenarios

    What comes to mind when you hear “Classical Italian?” Probably the greats like Sandro Botticelli and Titian. We’ve admired the classical paintings, many depicting full-figured women with soft, round faces placed in a landscape, a furnished room, or even in heavenly scenery. But what would these figures look like today? In our modern society at […]

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