A New York City design blog, featuring single serving suggestions of design that Jeannie likes.
Monthly archive December, 2012
Astonishingly Delicate Sculptures Made of Pencil Lead

Astonishingly Delicate Sculptures Made of Pencil Lead

Peter Trevelyan‘s delicate sculptures all start with the sturdy base shape of the equilateral triangle, forming larger, elaborate geometric forms. They are also all completely made out of .5 mm pencil lead– that’s right, the spindly structures are constructed out of mechanical pencil lead, fused together at the ends to form solid shapes. The immensely...
Richly Detailed, Hand-carved Woodblock Prints

Richly Detailed, Hand-carved Woodblock Prints

Pennsylvanian husband and wife team Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth are the master craftsmen behind Tugboat Printshop, which produces consistently gorgeous, richly detailed original woodblock prints. Each print is lavishly elaborate, with intricate shapes that add fantastic visual texture to the flat, illustrative medium– my eyes just jump from detail from detail with all the...
Gleaming Strands of Suspended Light: A Champagne-Inspired Installation By Glithero

Gleaming Strands of Suspended Light: A Champagne-Inspired Installation By Glithero

Last week, I had the pleasure of taking a quick 2 day trip to Miami, generously sponsored by renowned champagne house Perrier-Jouët. For a few wonderful hours we were transported to a whirlwind of amazing art, talented designers, and beachy weather at Design Miami, the design fair happening alongside Art Basel last week. Our main...