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Daily Archives: August 30, 2011

Vinyl Addiction

Categories: Art + Graphics
Vinyl Addiction

The world of vinyl figures continues to explode and as Martha would say “It’s a good thing” (although I doubt she has a huge collection of Hedorah smog monsters). The creativity is mind blowing and in recent years many artists have taken to sculpting and casting their own figures that — Continue reading

Niko Economidis’ Read-Unread Shelf

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
Niko Economidis’ Read-Unread Shelf

Modern is…furniture in the future that will affect your behavior for the positive! As seen in this neat concept from Niko Economidis. This is a bookshelf that by looking at it might persuade you to read more. Why? Because it’s organized by books you’ve read versus books you haven’t read! — Continue reading

DIY: Air-Dried Porcelain

Categories: DIY + How To
DIY: Air-Dried Porcelain

Stay with us on this one. The post, the photos, the name is really cutesy, we recognize that. But, we think this crafty project has some serious potential for really affordable, modern accessories for your home. Ready? Okay, so this is a recipe for air-dried porcelain made from homemade ingredients. — Continue reading

Live Modern: Lake Austin House Boat

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Live Modern: Lake Austin House Boat

Secret time! Who hasn’t always wanted to live on a house boat?! Maybe it’s all those MacGyver episodes I grew up on, but house boats just seem cool. Isolated. Adventurous. With great views. And in the case of this Austin home, apparently awesome and modern, too. This home by Lake|Flato — Continue reading

Interiors: Office of Architecture and Push’s TriBeCa Loft

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Interiors: Office of Architecture and Push’s TriBeCa Loft

Taken from a press release: “In a historic TriBeCa warehouse, a young couple found an opportunity to make an entire floor their first home. They wanted all the advantages of informal loft living, but also required seclusion for their bedrooms to accommodate guests and future family members. To achieve this, — Continue reading