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Daily Archives: July 28, 2010

The Future Will be Chrome

Categories: Art + Graphics, Modern Decor + Objects
The Future Will be Chrome

I loved it when I first saw it online last year, but now this limited edition, mirrored polished stainless steel ping pong table is now on display at Blum and Poe Gallery in Los Angeles. Designed by artist Rirkrit Tiravanija for Cumulus Studios. "Cumulus Studios was founded in 2008 by — Continue reading

Grohe Goes Digital

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Grohe Goes Digital

Winner of the 2010 Red Dot design award for bathroom/spa product design is the Grohe Ondus Digitecture.  Grohe not an unfamiliar name has now they have taken bathroom faucet design to the next level to what they refer to as "sensual minimalism".     Digitalization creates an adjustable and customized user — Continue reading

Lugging With Color

Categories: Art + Graphics, Fashion + Trends, Local + Travel, Modern Decor + Objects
Lugging With Color

Paul Smith Wash bag and Courier Bag @Rapha It sometimes seems like carrying our things around with us feels like being owned. If you're going to carry your things around with you, as most of us have to, why do it in black nylon with a sense of military precision — Continue reading

Win an Angela Adams Rug!

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects, News + Events + Contests
Win an Angela Adams Rug!

Please help us improve our Blog by taking a quick survey (probably 3 minutes of your time). It will really help us to become a better resource for you! Click here to take survey Plus…you are automatically entered to win a 3' x 5' hand-tufted Angela Adams Ocean/Sand rug (valued — Continue reading

Bridget Riley – A study in movement and color

Categories: Architecture + Interiors, Art + Graphics, Fashion + Trends, Local + Travel, Modern Decor + Objects, News + Events + Contests
Bridget Riley – A study in movement and color

When I think about Art that I love, the list is long and always getting longer. There is no shortage of great artwork in studios, galleries, museums, public places, and private homes. The internet allows us to take a guest visit into somewhere else with the ability to look privately. — Continue reading