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Waiting For Hockney
There can be no argument that Christoph Niemann takes chances every time he puts pen or brush to paper (or Legos, for that matter). His recent limited edition book of ink and watercolor drawings and paintings, “Hopes and Dreams“, the catalog of an exhibition of the same name, derives from a trip to Los Angeles, ostensibly to meet David Hockney. “From the first time I saw hockney’s pool paintings and pencil portraits,” Niemann writes in a brush scrawl, “I’ve been hooked. Beyond the art…
coral and pink inspired
Look no further than mother nature for her effortless color combinations and infinitely mesmerizing patterns…the coral and pink moths from yesterday’s post had my head reeling with favo…
Tekla Evelina Severin on the Urban Outfitters Blog - Sight Unseen
At last year's Milan Furniture Fair, we had an extremely rare — but kind of major — fangirl moment. It wasn't in response to some big-name Bouroullec-type designer with an installation around town or even Anna Della Russo, who you sometimes see flitting from party to party. It was a Swedish interior architect and photographer named Tekla Evelina Severin — better known on Instagram as Teklan — who we met on a lazy afternoon while exploring Venture Lambrate. Severin has hands down one of the…
Matisse-Inspired Prints By a Graphic Designer On the Rise - Sight Unseen
Marleigh Culver's prints, marked by bold, saturated tones and influenced by Herb Lubalin's logotypes, reveal color as their focus.