Tag Archive: art

On The Lookout: Large Format Art

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I sort of cringe at the phrase “wall art”.  It brings to mind that soul-less section of HomeGoods with the aisles of mass-produced hotel art.  However, I have a big stretch of wall… Continue reading

Tell Me More: (photographer) Ben DeHaan

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Tell Me More is a new mini-interview series I’ll be posting from now until I run out of people answer my questions. Here’s the deal – I’m going to ask people I find… Continue reading

Patience in Practice: Peter Root

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I consider myself a patient person.  However, I am not as patient as Peter Root’s art makes him appear to be.  Browsing Pinterest led me to this post from Trendland and Peter’s meticulous… Continue reading

Look: Where to Buy (Affordable) Graphic Art

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There is really no excuse for bare walls when you can go out and get yourself really beautiful art for less than $50. Consider it an investment in your personality. Here’s a quick… Continue reading

Instagram Weekend: Beantown Bliss (With A Mom Visit Twist)

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Happy Friday everyone!  We didn’t talk much about the impending Bowl that is Super but I know that quite a few people will be spending their weekends watching men in tight pants and… Continue reading

Typeface

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During a changing economy, it is often said that people revert to more traditional ways.  For instance, the Industrial Revolution sparked Romanticism and the  yearning for individual expression and creativity. I can feel… Continue reading

Inspiration: New Year’s Day Brunch

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Happy New Year!  After all the glitz and glam of New Year’s Eve, I thought it would be more fun to focus on the day after and gather a little inspiration for a… Continue reading

Interior Inspiration: Gallery Wall

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If you’re anything like me, you’ve accumulated a lot of posters, prints and photographs that deserve more than being tucked away in the back of your closet.  Whether you choose a sleek, symmetrical… Continue reading

The Navajo Debate

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Sources: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Before you get too excited about the products above, let me warn you that this post isn’t all sunshine and butterflies.  While my love of western culture draws me to these so-called… Continue reading