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  • Blog Post: Brent's Event Recap: Thinking Big at Dwell on Design 2012

    My experience at the 2012 Dwell on Design show at the Los Angeles Convention Center last weekend can be best summed up by a well-worn cliche: what a difference a year makes. Whereas last year's Dwell on Design Show seemed retrenched under the specter of the euro zone crisis (and completely out of...
  • Blog Post: Chalk Wall Art - Ace Hotel NYC

    Dana Tanamachi is deservably well known for her chalk wall art in several locations around the country, but we think her work at The Ace Hotel in NYC is beyond cool! For her mural in Room 1021 (below) s he was inspired by vintage playbills from the Victorian era. Cool, right? Her work is so detailed...
  • Blog Post: Burning Man Festival 2012: Captured in Photos

    How many of you have had the incredible opportunity to experience Burning Man Festival in the Black Rock desert? Each year the photos prove that it's something everyone should experience just once. Burning Man Festival is a pop-up city so incredible that tens of thousands of people return to the...
  • Blog Post: Home Decor to Match Our Summer Playlist

    Crossover between creative fields is inevitable. Music influences film, which influences fashion, which influences home design and decor. It's not always obvious and it's not always literal, but as we move forward culturally, we carry creative influences into every corner of our little worlds...
  • Blog Post: James Turrell: Light and Space Art

    As one of the defining members of the Light and Space movement that originated in Los Angeles in the 1960s, James Turrell is an American artist whose work plays with the relationship—the idioms, clichés, oppositions—of light within space. By using light projection, apertures in...
  • Blog Post: Design With Color!

    I am a sucker for color. I love to incorporate it into my home as much as possible but adding too much color or pairing it in the wrong way can make the room seem adolescent. I found these beautifully designed living rooms that have the perfect balance of vibrant color paired with a few neutral pieces...
  • Blog Post: Art + Design Events: Miami 2013

    In early December every year, people converge for a handful art and design events in Miami, anchored by the fairs Art Basel Miami and Design Miami . The parties, installations, performances and more have all but wrapped up for 2013, and with that in mind, here's what caught our eye: Louis Vuitton's...
  • Blog Post: Modern Art Installation: Umbrellas In The Sky

    So, we featured an image of this awesome art installation as one of our Facebook posts last week and we just couldn't let it go so we decided to blog about it too! A colorful and whimsical umbrella art installation floats above this promenade in Águeda, Portugal. It casts a shadow of geometric...
  • Blog Post: Modern Artwork: Francesco Lo Castro's Stunning Geometrics

    The end of summer doesn't mean the end of bold vibrant colors, especially when used in modern artwork! The stunning geometric artworks by Francesco Lo Castro can hold their own in any space. For over a decade, Francesco Lo Castro has been South Florida’s gateway to the national New Contemporary...
  • Blog Post: Living With Modern Art + Home Decor

    When most people think about modern interiors or modern lofts they might think about something cold, raw, and industrial. But they're only fooling themselves. The use of soft pastel colors in modern art and home decor contrasts the stark white surfaces and concrete elements, creating an incredibly...
  • Blog Post: Modern Decor to Match Our Fall Playlist

    Well, summer is packing its bags and heading south for the winter. And with that, it's time for another Euro Style playlist to get you ready for the cool days of fall, along with modern decor to match. For this edition, we're highlighting performers from FYF, an end-of-summer music festival in...
  • Blog Post: Art Fair + Winter Shopping

    Every year, Americans head south in the winter for a growing conglomeration of art and design fairs. In early December, the art world descended upon Miami for a weekend-long collection of more than 20 art fairs. In the next few months Southern California will see a handful of fairs, beginning with Los...
  • Blog Post: Work Hard, Rest Easy

    This Labor Day we salute the hard worker in all of us. So relax, have fun, and remember... no wearing white after today. Image: Ephemera Assemblyman
  • Blog Post: Art Scene: A + D Never Built Los Angeles

    Never Built Los Angeles explores the "what if" of Los Angeles architecture. Above is a shot of what LAX was maybe going to look like. Now, as we all know the middle section exists as a restaurant and the terminals are across the street.... and not under a super cool glass dome. You don't...
  • Blog Post: Cool + Collected 1.3

    + Design Milk features a great piece on the making of print art, covering a tour of the textile printing factory of Marimekko. +Space shuttle Endeavor made its final journey to the California Science Center, marking the end of NASA's shuttle program. Los Angeles Times has some great videos of...
  • Blog Post: Using Mirrors As Art

    Using mirrors as art, "New York Light" will be on view at the foot of the Flatiron Building. As anyone who's been following home trends over the last year can attest, mirrors are all the rage. Any combination of stylish modern wall mirrors and well-placed unique lighting can work wonders...
  • Blog Post: Urban Gatherings: L.A. Art Walk

    People often complain that Los Angeles is so spread out and impersonal. Arguably, it might be and there is no denying it. However, there are certain events that occur throughout the city in an effort to distance itself from such an apathetic reputation. Rather than condemning the vastness of our overpopulated...
  • Blog Post: Design Books: Arabesque

    The Arab world has seen a spate of political revolutions over the past few years, but a recent series of two design books called Arabesque looks at a quieter revolution taking place in the Arab world: graphic design. This stunning collection of inspiration images features modern calligraphy, logos and...
  • Blog Post: Public Art: Translating Emoji into a Giant Light Show

    Like all of us, I'm sure you remember the amazing architecture from the Olympics in Beijing, China. Ever wonder about it still? Well, we've learned that designers have transformed the Water Cube into public art. We couldn't help but share this... The exterior of the building shifts between...
  • Blog Post: IwamotoScott Art Installations: Large Scale Design Inspiration

    Voussoir Cloud After writing my post on Tuesday, Modern Chandelier Meets Art Installation , I decided to post about actual art installations because well, it's fun and they're an amazing source of design inspiration. So, prepare to be inspired.... Since large-scale installations are very...
  • Blog Post: Avant-Garde Art in the Home

    For most of us, art plays a central role in our homes. It speaks to our interests, our ideals, and in a very visceral way, to the core of who we are. And yet, as much as we might love a Jeff Koons balloon dog or a Damien Hirst stuffed shark at the museum, how many of us are game for bringing the truly...

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