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Daily Archives: October 12, 2011

Language of a Simple Line

Categories: Art + Graphics
Language of a Simple Line

“The line is the most elemental and foundational of human marks.  Lines become language.” Says Anne Ellegood, Senior Curator at Los Angeles’  Hammer Museum.     Linn Meyers is totally enamored with the simplicity of the line.   Trained as a painter, Meyers’ primary focus these days  is drawings on paper, — Continue reading

We Like What They Do: Laura Carlin

Categories: Art + Graphics, Modern Decor + Objects
We Like What They Do: Laura Carlin

You know the drill: we believe a modern home is one that is only filled with the homeowner’s greatest loves–not cluttered to the brim with things they don’t need or really want. So when we pick out something–from the immensely huge wide world out there–to showcase, you better believe it’s — Continue reading

Featured Artist: Christopher Stott

Categories: Art + Graphics
Featured Artist: Christopher Stott

Being that we’re such huge fans of photography here, it might not surprise you to know we’re pretty big fans of photo-realistic paintings, too. We think we like the split second illusion of not being sure if what you’re looking at is a photograph or a painting. Christopher Stott is — Continue reading

Pablo Lighting Sale!

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects, News + Events + Contests
Pablo Lighting Sale!

Hurry and grab up brilliant light fixtures by modern lighting brand Pablo Lighting on sale from October 6th – October 18th from 2Modern.com. You’ll get 15% off regular prices and free shipping. You can choose from well-known designs like their famous Tube Top Lamp; its iconic profile is sleek, structural and — Continue reading

Live Modern: Suntro House

Categories: Architecture + Interiors
Live Modern: Suntro House

Last night I was thinking about getting business cards with rounded corners and I thought to myself how nice rounded corners are. They’re still structural but not too harsh. They still tell a shape story but just not scream it from the rooftops. They are sleek, but also kind of — Continue reading