Last summer while Annie and I were in NYC, we happened upon the windows of this talented artist. His work is very clean and very bare, often keeping all of the pieces the raw material and color. I have been known to be a pretty serious Calder mobile fan and [...] Continue Reading »
“It wanted to create something vivid and geometric, something that left the box in it’s element but gave the viewer a different perspective.” [I didn't get the name of this gentleman who took the photo but he was with a PR firm out of New York] From the Artist: History and Landscape as [...] Continue Reading »
[Selfridges Bright Young Things Windows 2012 | We Heart; Lifestyle & Design Magazine.] After a month long creative back and forth, I finally put up my window display at the Tiffany & Co. grand opening in City Creek Center in Salt Lake City (I am looking forward to the post about the project when [...] Continue Reading »
3 left images: Monocoque (French for *single shell*) stands for a construction technique that supports structural load using an object’s external skin Far right image: Wind Wall model Neri Oxman heads up this group at MIT that is worth looking at…often. They are designing and making work that synthesis nature in a way that I have [...] Continue Reading »
This thing is incredible, go check it out at the link below. they’ve got the scoop. Magnetic Curtain – 3rings.
As some of you already now, I am working on a window display for Tiffany and Company. It is one of the most exciting projects I have worked on to date. But since I have to keep it a secret, I want to highlight another tiffany making waves in the jewelry world. Her name is [...] Continue Reading »
I came across this work while doing some research for a project. It never ceases to amaze how people find their niche. This gentlemen has been a professional in liquid art for over a decade. His work is seen in countless advertisements where the perfect splash is what makes the product come alive. Everything [...] Continue Reading »