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Daily Archives: August 31, 2011

Landscaping Jewelry

Categories: Fashion + Trends
Landscaping Jewelry

    Regarding jewelry designing, my father asked me how much can you do with a ring?   The answer is, quite a bit.  Seattle based, jewelry artist, Sarah Hood proves this.  Her Landscape series uses sterling silver cast shapes of  pods, roots and branches in conjunction with model railroad landscape — Continue reading

Modern Message: Back to the Start

Categories: Fashion + Trends, Local + Travel
Modern Message: Back to the Start

I feel like I should this post off with a disclaimer that I’m a huge Chipotle (the food chain) fan. Like, 3 to 4-veggie-bowls-a-week-fan. But, that’s not why I’m posting about this video. I’m posting about this video for three important reasons: It’s got a Willie Nelson sung song in — Continue reading

We Like What They Do: Hatch Workshop

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
We Like What They Do: Hatch Workshop

We often speak about really liking what people do when they create modern furniture that has a fresh angle or unique take. But there’s something else that modern designers can do to really set themselves apart in the design world: make unique furniture pieces that you don’t see everyday! How — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Rebecca Bennett

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Rebecca Bennett

What is it with us and minimal, futuristic landscape paintings? Well, they’re cool, that’s for sure, and Rebecca Bennett’s are certainly that. These are all very minimal, abstract paintings, but don’t they kind of remind you of the futuristic/space skies if someone was floating lonely at sea somewhere? And the — Continue reading

Live Modern: Surreal Estate

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Live Modern: Surreal Estate

Sometimes AOL does these round-ups of unbelievable homes and we just go crazy looking through them. It’s so much fun to imagine living in a house underground, or that looks like a space shop, or any other nearly inconceivable idea. Is that where the future of architecture is heading? As — Continue reading