art is about being alive
Let what you pull pull you back. "Giò" Royal Oak Marquetry Cabinet by Achille Salvagni.
Damasco Sofa by Paola Navone for Baxter. The shape is awkward and the piece has an attitude ripe for an environment stressing minimalism mixed with festivity.
There was a time my mother used one of these. The buttons press distinctly. Cassettes seem like a foggy memory placed on the history shelf with floppy discs, tv channel knobs, and the hard solid Tupperware containers with patterns in the top.
Nina Warmerdam. Part of the IMPRINT project, Nina created a new print every 48 hours for one year in order to reconnect with her process.
Titanium ring by Jose Marin. Having undergone anodization (a process where electricity is applied to the metal creating unique colors), the ring is complex, playful, yet challenging.
She makes me want to make.
Of all the kinds of protection needed most, as an emblem, the thimble holds an antiquated relevancy least potent to the kind of person who may choose to collect them. I love them even more.
i’d marry a dude who could pull this off.
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