In the design world, ideas cross pollinate and that’s what moves design forward, occasionally I see an invisible line crossed. I saw these great watches from the company Uniform http://uniformwares.com/ featured in Design Milk. The company features great design. They looked familiar and I remembered the great Arne Jacobsen watch from the 1050′s. You be the judge. http://www.rosendahl-timepieces.com/Arne%20Jacobsen%20Wrist%20watches-3034.aspx?ProductID=Datasheet83
Steal from the greats but credit them!
I am really excited to announce my work will be included at Blade in Boston, started by my friend Paul English. It is going to be the coolest place in the world. Paul is an intellectually generous and visionary thinker. The architects are Act Two. I’m working with Ryan Decker http://www.actwoarch.com/ Also involved is the amazing One Mighty Roar http://onemightyroar.com/ These young people are the design future and I am thrilled to play a small part in that. I am obsessed with the idea of pattern becoming 3-D space and the invisible architecture of connections becoming a solid.
They chose my sexiest patterns….
Here is an artist I really like, Sebastian Errazuriz, http://www.meetsebastian.com/ A Brooklyn based artist. As an artist who works in hospitality, I am interested in other artists who break boundaries of art, environment, space and create the new. Worth a look!