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Daily Archives: August 29, 2011

Interview: Shanan Campanaro of Eskayel

Categories: Exclusive Interviews
Interview: Shanan Campanaro of Eskayel

We’re so excited to announce another great designer to 2Modern, this time Brooklyn-based artist and designer Shanan Campanaro of the home goods brand Eskayel. To say Shanan is good with pattern is a major understatement. We’re melting over these stunning designs that blend organic shapes with geometric and digital designs — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Nick Sayers

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Nick Sayers

Spheres made out of reused and re-purposed material? Yes please! What can’t artist Nick Sayers make into a sphere? We’re pretty sure the answer is nothing. On his Flickr account we spot envelopes, playing cards, subway tickets, real estate agent signs, bottles, measuring tape and more. The spheres come in — Continue reading

Interview with David Fanchon: The Pearl

Categories: Architecture + Interiors, Exclusive Interviews
Interview with David Fanchon: The Pearl

This is the first post from our newest weekly contributor, Alex Levin! Welcome Alex! Check out this great modern post: The fusion of modern design with models found in nature can often produce profound results. Sometimes referred to as “biomimicry” or “bio-inspiration,” this practice of modeling the human world after — Continue reading

Live Modern: Bouldin House

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Live Modern: Bouldin House

It’s not everyday I can say I’ve been in one of the houses featured in our “Live Modern” section, but today I can! This Austin, Texas modern home was built by the architecture firm alterstudio and is really a stunner. My favorite thing about it isn’t necessarily its look; yes, — Continue reading

DIY: Fauxdenza

Categories: DIY + How To
DIY: Fauxdenza

Modern is simple, honest, easy-to-do solutions that take something that’s not quite right for your home and turn it into something perfect for your home. And if it can be affordable, too, well then all the better. Words aren’t enough for how much we’re loving the project we found on — Continue reading