Monthly Archives: July 2012
Darren Almond. Fullmoon@Pacific, 2005. C-print mounted on aluminum in artist’s frame. 48 x 48 inches British artist Darren Almond’s “Fullmoon” series depicts eery, ethereal natural environments and each photograph is a technical feat: the images are taken without flash, the … Continue reading
Another week down, another Summer weekend upon us. What better day to talk about drinking than Friday? In anticipation of relaxing with our spirit of choice in some sunny spot from tonight until Sunday, we’re highlighting some of our newest … Continue reading
Last chance to shop! This morning we discovered a sale on Fab.com for Fantasy Floorplans, “The Architecture of Television.” These ink drawings are fictionalized imaginings of apartments and homes from famous t.v. shows, from The Simpsons to The Sopranos to … Continue reading
Welcome to the Man Child man cave, a fantastical Never Never Land for the guy who still hasn’t grown up. And what better mascot for this style than Pee-wee Herman, the ultimate personification of a Man Child who, for a … Continue reading
Happy birthday, Ernest Hemingway! The author would have been 113 years old today. Shown above is an image of the living room in Hemingway’s Key West abode, which has since been turned into a museum.
We couldn’t resist showcasing this incredible XI Bookshelf by designer Gonçalo Campos for Portugese furniture firm Wewood – despite the fact that it can’t be bought online!
Designer James De Wulf creates industrial furniture and lighting fixtures whose strong, sleek lines give the objects the power of sculpture. We happen to have had our eye on this concrete ping pong dining room table for quite some time … Continue reading