Category Archive: Art

Las Falles | a metaphor

Today was the final day of the week long Las Falles celebration in Valencia, Spain. “It is a traditional celebration held in commemoration of Saint Joseph. The term Falles (meaning torches) refers to both the celebration and the monuments… Continue reading

Pattern&Texture Collide

Recently, I have been most inspired by ‘sensory overload’ type Interior spaces. You know, the kind where there are so many patterns and textures that you don’t even know what to look at.… Continue reading

Indoor Clouds +

This. blows. my. mind. I can’t even handle the awesomeness. Artist, Berndnaut Smilde, created indoor clouds with the use of a smoke machine and some serious control over the atmospheric and lighting conditions… Continue reading

Obsession | Society6

Everything on this site, Society6, is beautiful. The best part: you can buy most items in more than one size/ medium. iphone cases, prints, canvas, etc!  

Friends | TheQueerInterior

The newest online magazine came out today! Our friends over at TheQueerInterior succeeded in their huge Kickstarter campaign to bring us their very first issue. I cannot wait for issue two! (and three,… Continue reading

A lot with a Little…

In Nicaragua (and in any case without a lot of money) – people find ways to do a lot with a little.. I love this house, spotted on the way to La Playa… Continue reading

Obsession | Fictional Landscapes

Three things I love: books, sculpture and anything in miniature. The combo is to die for. Artist, Guy Laramee carves landscapes into books. He has two incredible series of carved book landscapes/ structures entitled Biblios and The… Continue reading

Holiday gifts | part one

One of the best gifts for any occasion is a philanthropic one. There are endless great places, online and in person, to buy from sellers that donate some (or all) of their profits… Continue reading

pre-Art Basel Miami | 2011

After last year’s successful and fun trip to Art Basel in Miami, I am getting super pumped for 2011! Our flights, car and stay are all booked… now on to the party schedule…… Continue reading


The Japanese rock gardens (枯山水 karesansui?) or “dry landscape” gardens, often called “Zen gardens“, were influenced mainly by Zen Buddhism and can be found at Zen temples of meditation. Their simplicity and beauty has attracted me for quite some time, however, living in New… Continue reading