I’m changing course from the stripes I inadvertently showcased twice this week. Paper Collective sources work from graphic designers to produce these excellent prints. I’m a big fan of the large, poster-y format and the streamlined style.
I know, I know, I’ve got a lot of catching up to do over here. But before it fades too far into from my memory, I have to show you the Sol Lewitt wall drawings we saw at MASS MoCA earlier this month. (Here’s more info about the museum, which is definitely worth a visit if you’re near that [Read more]
For his business Print Collection, photographer Douglas Levere is selling a great, eclectic bunch of images. In addition to some fantastic vintage prints (matchbox designs, fruit crate labels, travel ads), he’s commissioned new vintage-style prints and reissued vintage photographs. The WPA-style See America and State of America series are equal parts sleek and inspiring, and Levere’s [Read more]
I’m not sure what’s the story with Anna Topuriya. Her website is somewhat cryptic, but she seems to be a young California artist. Sometimes it’s nice knowing nothing about a maker of art that catches your eye; you just look, bringing no preconceptions. As for Topuriya, there’s definitely some Matisse going on, but her beautiful style [Read more]
Full disclosure: There’s been a Joshua Davis print hanging on my living room wall for several years, and I’ve hardly even registered it lately. You know how you get so used to your surroundings that you stop noticing them? Today I was tidying up, and I noticed it—and liked it so much I decided to follow up [Read more]