Inspired by life in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Asheville-based artist Hannah Ferrara uses traditional metal smithing to create simple and beautiful jewelry. The stackability of the rings and bracelets makes it impossible to just own one.
Gray kitchen cabinets, white subway tile with dark grout, chevron floors, open shelving, and black accents . . . there several similar characteristics in restauranteur Ali Cayne‘s West Village home with my own, where we are finally wrapping up our 7 month remodel. The renovation process has been demanding but the end is near and the exciting part of designing the interiors has begun. Seeing this charming pad has motivated me to kick into high gear for that final push!
Géométrie de L’mpossible is a photographic art installation – no photoshop was used. French artist Fanette Guilloud paints optical illusions in abandoned spaces and later photographs them from different angles to create three dimensional illusions that would otherwise appear distorted unless viewed from a special angle. Très cool.