I have ~finally~ finished my entry for an upcoming furniture design competition. Entitled the 'Sahara Chair', the design is inspired by the many variants of safari chairs used by explorers and military officers in the early to mid 1900's. In the spirit of the original safari chair, the Sahara Chair can be fully assembled by one man with no screws or glue with a material palette derived from the varying shades of the Saharan desert.
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It's National Color Day: "Colors accent our homes and feed our creativity, allowing us to express ourselves. Open a box of crayons or watercolors and artists of any age lose themselves in a world of their own creation for hours.
Different colors are perceived to mean different things. The following is one rendition of the perceived meaning of the various colors in the United States.
Red: Excitement – Love – Strength
Yellow: Competence – Happiness
Green: Good Taste – Envy – Relaxation
Blue: Corporate – High Quality
Pink: Sophistication – Sincerity
Violet/Purple: Authority – Power
Black: Grief – Fear
White: Happiness – Purity." via @natdaycal #nationalcolorday#heartartcottage#colorful#zebra
That wooden lining. Shelves supported by thin bronze fins. Inside the Four Seasons Penthouse, a complete build-out by #LockhartSuver with interior design by Nancy Burfiend of @nbdesigngroup. Photo by @benbenschneider.
These Teasel pendant lamps just take the window to a whole new level. The delicate curved petals are made in a mixture of British hardwoods. Designer Alice Blogg is based just over the hill from us, near Bridport. What a talented lady she is. Absolutely stunning! 🖤 #aliceblogg#ryderandhope
@jackbellgallery is pleased to present #Aboudia 's sixth solo show at the gallery. Aboudia is noted for his large-scale, heavily layered paintings. While the vitality of his style recalls Basquiat, the darker undercurrents and themes describe a battlefield straight out of Goya.