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Daily Archives: July 27, 2011

We Like What They Do: Studio Dunn

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
We Like What They Do: Studio Dunn

Embarrassingly, we’ve only now somehow stumbled upon the furniture design wonders coming out of Studio Dunn. And then we only found it because they kindly emailed us telling us how much they like 2Modern! Shucks, guys. We should be bestowing all the compliments to you guys! Seriously. We’re considering quitting — Continue reading

Leaf Art

Categories: Art + Graphics
Leaf Art

    Cut precisely like a surgeon with a scalpel, Lorenzo Duran uses the leaf as a back drop of his art form.  For Lorenzo Duran of Naturayarte, a leaf is not just a mere leaf.  It is his canvas.  A leaf which has been picked, washed, pressed and dried — Continue reading

DwellStudio’s New Drinkware

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects, News + Events + Contests
DwellStudio’s New Drinkware

If that debt crisis has got you down and you’ve started to worry about the economy and just where your money’s gonna be in a few years, may we suggest you think about investing in gold or silver? Drinkware, that is. Everyone’s favorite stylish brand DwellStudio has a new line — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Joel Ganucheau

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Joel Ganucheau

Austin-based artist Joel Ganucheau’s work is simple, fun, bright, cheery, hopeful, masculine, urban and colorful. A lot of things, we know, but his pieces do indeed possess many of those characteristics. We like the texture his work has; even though the subject matter doesn’t have a lot of depth, the — Continue reading

Live Modern: Aigina Island, Greece

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Live Modern: Aigina Island, Greece

Man, these poor, poor home owners. To have to live in such unpleasant-looking, deplorable conditions. And the location! Ugh! I’d rather be anywhere on the planet except here! Not. Geez this place is AMAZING! Probably not in my personal price range, but it’s for the better, considering it’s not for — Continue reading