appreciate: Jacob Hashimoto

Japanese- American artist Jacob Hashimoto is one of the most unique living artists working today. His large scale installations that are constructed from intricately cut pieces of rice paper of different sizes, shapes, and color are breathtaking not only in up close and personal, but also in photography, a rare feat for most artwork. Hashimoto … Continue reading

live: Agate Coasters

Move over crystal, agate is having a moment. The beautiful, colorful rock formation with its ribbons of color gradation of  different widths and shapes is quickly becoming a design staple. From glasses to table table tops, there’s no way to avoid it, and why would you want to? The gateway to ease myself into the beauty that … Continue reading

explore: Dragon Bridge, Vietnam

From a distance, the Dragon Bridge, located in Da Nung, Vietnam, looks like an amusement park ride, but it is actually scaly arcs of dragon’s body is actually integrated into the 2,185 foot bridge. Built to celebrate the anniversary of Da Nung City’s liberation from , the Dragon Bridge is composed of steel and 15,000 LED … Continue reading

appreciate: Do Ho Suh

My favorite thing about art installations is that the audience is able to interact with the piece more so than they would with a painting or photography. Korean sculptor and installation artist, Do Ho Sh is one of the reasons why I love this medium. His work is just as striking  and thought provoking from … Continue reading

appreciate: Paola Pivi

This has probably been the most fun art post I have written in a while. When I first saw a picture of  Italian artist Paola Pivi’s installation entitled, “Ok, You are Better than Me, So What?”, I became an instant fan. What I love about this work is not just the color of the polar bears … Continue reading

explore: Lake Hillier, Australia

Whenever I see that is any other color than clear or blue, I am a little apprehensive (Blkwater anyone?). Yet, looking at pictures of Lake Hilier, which can be found in Western Australia, I think about how truly beautiful nature is. The source of the pink color is unknown, but is known that the color … Continue reading

appreciate: El Anantsui

Looking at the works of Ghanaian artist El Anatsui through photography doesn’t do them justice. The sculptor’s work is something that needs to be experienced and person, and based on the prestigious art galleries where his work has been shown, there is an increased chance that everyone may have access  to his creations. Anatsui’s medium … Continue reading

Appreciate: Per Kirkeby

I went to the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C. a while back and I came across an exhibition by famed Danish artist Per Kirkeby and was an instant fan of his work. His inspiration for his work comes from his interest in nature and geology, which he had a masters degree in. He was a … Continue reading

Explore: Cinque Terre, Italy

The Cinque Terre, which means “five lands” in Italian is the picturesque village situated by the Italy’s western coast. If you have a Tumblr, you have definitely seen this photograph on your dashboard. Its bright colored buildings, beautiful hiking paths, and charming beaches and town squares at every turn makes the Cinque Terre is a popular tourist … Continue reading

Appreciate: Bernard Lorjou’s “Vase de Fleurs” series

Even though Vincent van Gogh, Henri Matisse, and Edvard Munch are the more well-known expressionists, French artist Bernard Lorjou contributed a lot to the 20th century art world. At the age of 13, the self-taught artist left home and slept in train stations until he found a job as a silk designer and became successful. … Continue reading

Live: Integrate Color in a Neutral Setting

I’m a fan of color. Whether it’s adding a colorful scarf to a monochromatic outfit to painting a white bedroom wall in Pantone color of the year. Some people take color popping to an entire new level by investing in colorful furniture. The key to not overdoing color implementation in interior decorating is to making … Continue reading

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