Monthly Archives: December 2011

Art Friday: Richard Serra

The American Flag is Not an Object of Worship, 1989 These Serra drawings are so thickly covered in paint they resemble sculpture, the medium Serra is best known for. Serra debuted these pieces as part of a series entitled “Weights … Continue reading

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Video: New Years Celebration!

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Classic Tradition

We generally have a more modern sensibility, but we swoon for classics like these. These hardwood floors and exquisite doorways make us want to move into this home tout suite. These silk covered neo-classical chairs inspire decadence. Phoebe Howard is … Continue reading

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Art Friday: Ellsworth Kelly

Red, 2003 1 color lithograph, 29″ x 22 3/8″ Edition of 45 Ellsworth Kelly, the renowned minimalist, Hard-edge painter and sculptor, is an American treasure. His work consistently focuses on shape, form and color. Red (above) is a perfect example … Continue reading

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Video: Follow Me-Bergdorf Goodman

We absolutely adore this video from Bergdorf Goodman, featuring their 2010 holiday windows. Enjoy! For gorgeous still images, head over here.

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Modern Spin on Metallics

Bright shiny objects always catch our eye. Here are some of our favorites, just in time for the sparkly holiday season. These super-shiny metallic clutches from Cortina Leathers would look smashing with a black cocktail dress. Travel-inspired furniture and accessories … Continue reading

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Art Friday: Ann Hamilton

Ciliary, 2010 Approx. diameter: 58″ A wall-mounted lithograph and fabric assemblage by visual artist Ann Hamilton. Hamilton, a Heinz Award winner, is known for her large-scale multi-media installations and engaging sensory environments. -Works available at Gemini G.E.L., Los Angeles- Cheers-to … Continue reading

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We showed you our favorite stripes. Now it’s time to start seeing spots! We love the playful use of patterns in this room. It takes panache to mix dots, zebra print and paisley but it totally works. This mirror-adorned mermaid … Continue reading

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There’s nothing we adore more than big, bold stripes. The classic pattern always feels fresh. The Coupe Monochrome collection. Made from artisans in Bangladesh, this china is art in itself. We can just image how lovely a fresh beet salad … Continue reading

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Art Friday: Tom Sachs

Chanel Chain Saw, 1996 cardboard, thermal adhesive 12 x 27 x 37 Best known for works that cast a critical eye on materialism and consumerism, Tom Sachs is one of our favorite modern artists. His pieces are always captivating, and … Continue reading

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