9/26/10

Flower Head: The Illustrations of Olaf Hajek

In love with this book design and the illustrations of Olaf.

Carter and Cunningham Studio NYC

Mark (Carter) Welsh and James(Cunningham) Salaiz create sculpture, ceramics, driftwood mirrors and collage using clay, resin, wood, paper, and sundry found objects. They show their work to clients and designers at their nice studio on New York’s lower east side by appointment.

One of A Kind

Find one of a kind items amongst thousands of artisans at the One of a Kind Shows in Toronto, Vancouver, Chicago and New York.

9/25/10

Make Studio

Best place for design, art + craft classes for kids and adults in New York: Make Studio.

9/24/10

Beautiful Charms


Erica Weiner
http://www.ericaweiner.com/

9/21/10

Ursula Barnes

Cat and a Ball on a Waterfall, oil on canvas board
Found this piece by Ursula Barnes in the Self Taught section of the Gallery of California Art at the Oakland Museum. I'm in love with her style. It would look really good in a wall I started at my house of found art. So far I have two pieces with wooden frames that I found earlier this year that are going to be the center of the wall. I wish I would've spotted this at the Alameda Market instead of the museum. But that makes me really excited to go to the market at the end of the month to see if I can find more silly treasures to add to my wall, which I finally got around to decorate after three months of living in my new abode in downtown Berkeley. I'll only be here for another year, so that gives me the freedom to experiment and make a temporary exhibit of the silly stuff I've found in the bay.

9/20/10

Muir Woods

Had visitors from Vienna this last few weeks and we've been doing all kinds of fun stuff, including this beautiful hike around Muir Woods.











End at Talmapais trail

9/15/10

Mark Dion

Went to The Marvelous Museum: A Project by Mark Dion at the Oakland Museum of California with my friend Eva, and fell in love with his work. His installations are placed all around the museum bringing to light historical pieces that are part of the museum's permanent collection but don't fit the current museum's agenda, such as natural science collections and much more. It compiles a rich and captivating story of how museum collections are assembled over time.

9/9/10

Marlene Hausegger

Today I spent the day with two super sweet Viennese fine artists who payed me a visit in Berkeley while visiting the bay area. I'm in love with Marlene's slick and playful style.









http://www.mmhhh.com/

9/8/10

Allora & Calzadilla

9/4/10

J'adore Françoise Hardy

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