Monthly Archives: August 2018

  1. Fresh September Aspirations

    Fresh September Aspirations

    After the renewing escape of warm weather and summertime activities, the fall always seems to refocus the mind, tending towards the new projects and fresh ideas being born in the blissful empty spaces left in the wake of summer’s flurry. With novel aspirations comes a need for novel surroundings, perhaps an updated aesthetic in the apartment, the office, the studio or the workshop, and a fresh atmosphere in the home or the place of work, however it unfolds.

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  2. For Tennis Lovers

    For Tennis Lovers

    These designs are not only beautiful and historic works of graphic art— they also hold all of the atmosphere and fervor surrounding the magic of tennis, an inspired display of the sparkle and mystery that draws its fans and competitors in year after year.

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  3. de Brunhoff’s Babar

    de Brunhoff’s Babar

    What quickly catapulted to become one of the most beloved and recognizable children’s book characters in Europe after publication in 1931 began as a bedtime story told by artist Jean de Brunhoff’s wife Cécile to their two sons, four and five years old at the time, a gesture of comfort for the younger Mathieu who was sick. The charming story of the little elephant who left the jungle for a city resembling Paris was so likeable that Jean created illustrations in such an enduring form that they were capable of carrying all of the charisma Cécile had awakened.

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  4. Abstract Expressionism

    Abstract Expressionism

    When pre-inscribed meaning is no longer tethering a creative articulation, the songs that arise can be a remarkable kind of profound.

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