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Michael Dweck | The End: Montauk.

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Michael Dweck is a visual artist known for his seductive photos. Dweck studied Fine Arts at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York, and began his career in advertising where he went on to become a highly regarded Creative Director receiving over 40 international awards (including the Gold Lion at the Cannes Festival!) Eventually in 2001 he left advertising to focus on photography full time. Themes of  youth, summer, freedom, beauty, and the temptations of the flesh, are often apparent in his work. His series: "The End: Montauk, NY" and "Mermaids" are two of my faves.  The End: Montauk, NY … [Read more...]

ART + DESIGN | Chateau de Beauvoir.

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Claire Basler, a chic french artist living in an old iron factory outside of Paris has made her home/ studio a masterpiece. Her artwork is nature - based, whimsical, earthy and gorgeous. And her home is nothing short of that. Whether it is her actual paintings hung, or the hand-painted murals on the walls throughout the home this historic castle is an etherial forest. The aesthetic of the home is extremely cohesive. Wood furniture, earth tones, floor to ceiling windows that lend directly to the outdoors. The line between nature, art, and home seems to be very thin. This home is a fairy's … [Read more...]

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Inspired Moments.

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Still Life with Watermelon, Irving Penn. Windows at the new house. Mug Portrait by me. Kelly Wearstler Lollipop Spoon My boys room, Hugh Holland print.Italian Table Street Style by Phil Oh. 1955 Madge Tennet DrawingBaan in Honey Picasso LithographMidcentury chairsColor palette on my runATP Atelier … [Read more...]

ART | The world of BFGF.

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Artist BFGF makes the most delightful prints and blankets. I love the tone of the work. It gives a delightful nod to art history, like the work of Matisse, Gauguin, Rousseau and Picasso while also referencing classical art forms and of course, thumbing its nose at pop culture. The ones with the Simpsons in them kill me. You can buy the work in a bunch of different ways, pillows, prints, shower curtains, bathing suits, but my favorite are the blankets, particularly hung as tapestries. The muted colors are so good. I can't decide which to buy, cause I love them all! The handmade pottery is also … [Read more...]