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    Inspiring Words: The World Is Yours

    Dec 09, 2012

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    Image source This week’s inspiring words come from an artist I have grown fond of. Wes Lang is a Brooklyn-based artist whose work has a haunting dark side, but yet still makes you smile somehow. His controversial work consists of collages of paintings and illustrations, his style is hugely influenced by the employment he had at a (…) Read more »

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    Meet The Artists Behind Our Limited Edition Vintage Jackets

    Nov 07, 2012

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    Photo Credit: Nathan Kula This week we launched a collection of Limited Edition Vintage Jackets for the Holiday season. We collaborated with a group of artists to create a line of special items with a uniqueness. We worked with artists locally from right here in Philly, New York, and of course from our home office. The artists were (…) Read more »

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    Moving Mountains

    Nov 26, 2011

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    Have you guys seen these amazing installations in Iceland by artist Theresa Himmer? The Mountain series consists of these large-scale sequin street art installations, “Glacier,” “Volcano” and “Waterfall.” The use of sequins allows them to reflect light, making them sparkle and appear to come alive like actual ripples of water or molten lava. I would (…) Read more »

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    David Bellemere

    Nov 19, 2011

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    The gut-wrenchingly beautiful work of David Bellemere, who shot the 1920s and 1970s portions of our holiday catalog. (…) Read more »

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    Artist Profile: Rachi Farrow

    Oct 01, 2011

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    Rachi Farrow is a Vermont-based artist whose work is currently on display at the Christine Price Gallery Fine Arts center in Vermont – here is her story! I make ART with STUFF instead of throwing stuff away. It’s how I recycle. At first I gathered flotsam and jetsam from roadsides, beaches, dumpsters, trash cans, etc. (…) Read more »

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    heidi and erika anderson

    Mar 20, 2010

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    these sisters are so talented… i think it’s really interesting how similar their artistic styles are, yet they also have their differences. the colorful, nature-filled images feel appropriate with today being the first day of SPRING! these are by heidi: these are by erika: and this is a collaboration by the two: see more on (…) Read more »

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    a cry for help

    Jan 08, 2010

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    i really wish i could go to this exhibit! it’s called “a cry for help” and it’s a special benefit exhibit opening friday at the thinkspace gallery in los angeles.  part of the proceeds from the exhibit will go to born free usa to help endangered species. not only is it for a great cause, (…) Read more »

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    final jeweler bios

    Dec 24, 2009

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    erica pena and melissa joy manning are the final two jewelry designers to be featured on the blog, and it makes sense to put them together as they are both female artists who create very feminine, romantic pieces that any girl would be lucky to own, and both designers also make an effort to be (…) Read more »

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    william eggleston

    Dec 12, 2009

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    william eggleston is a memphis-born photographer who is credited by many for establishing color photography as a legitimate artistic medium.  the majority of his photographs were taken during the 70s…i’m really drawn to the color and composition. “this is beginning to be my new favorite kind of light. it brings out a spectrum that appeals (…) Read more »

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