Monthly Archives: October 2011

Music Video: Miho Hatori – Barracuda

“Barracuda” by Miho Hatori from her critically-acclaimed solo debut, Ecdysis. For our inaugural music video, the U.S. holiday of Halloween influenced our selection. While the song and video actually have nothing to do with Halloween, there is a certain kindrid … Continue reading

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Art Friday: Donald Baechler

“Flowers”, bronze sculpture 61 x 40 x 10 We love New York-based artist Donald Baechler. His cartoon-like style looks like what you might expect if Keith Richards made a coloring book. Childlike, yet slightly anarchical. We especially love his paper-thin … Continue reading

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Thanks for the Love: Urban Electric

Thank you Urban Electric Blog for the love! Martha is featured in their “A Conversation With…” section and we wanted to share it with all of our Post + Grant readers. That’s just a snip-it of the interview, for the … Continue reading

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Post + Grant Sneak Preview

We can’t wait to hunt for treasures, like the ones below, at this year’s San Francisco Fall Antiques Show, October 27 – October 30. Fit for a King and Queen. We’re lusting after these Biedermeier burl birch, curule-form benches, with … Continue reading

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Lush Velvets

Velvet is everywhere this fall, from the runway to the living room. It’s sumptuous, sexy and dripping with decadence. Here are some of our top picks. This gold velvet sofa is glorious. It looks so rich and regal. The rest … Continue reading

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Art Friday: Markus Linnenbrink

Everybodyknowsyourinsane, 2011 Epoxy on wood. 12 x 60 x 3 in. German artist Markus Linnenbrink is known for his colorful, drip paintings. His current exhibition at Tomlinson Kong Contemporary in New York’s Lower East Side features paintings, sculptures and installations … Continue reading

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VIDEO: PAULSON PRESS II

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THE DRESSED UP BED

There’s nothing better than crawling into a big, cozy bed after a long day. Here are some of our favorite bedroom looks! A Quadrille Toile de Jouy is used for the walls and duvet. Lime green and turquoise make the … Continue reading

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Art Friday: Jack Youngerman

Red-Vermillion, 1961 Oil on canvas. 97-3/4″ x 76″ New York-based artist Jack Youngerman is known for his Hard-Edge constructions and paintings. His abstract style, bold brush strokes and vibrant color palette feel au courant, even though many of his pieces … Continue reading

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NEW ON THE SCENE

From divine desks to kitschy-chic tables, this eclectic mix reflects everything we’re loving right now. This sleek library desk made from quartered walnut and polished bronze, oozes mod sophistication. The secret storage area in the back adds an element of … Continue reading

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