Yukon Gold Necklace
Brooklyn-based Peruvian designer Andrea Bocchio is storming the market with her jewelry collection. Her merger of traditional knitting and crocheting with bold, cool accents set her apart from the competition. With handpicked textiles, leathers and yarns from Peru, Bocchio creates a detail oriented, clean, cohesive collection with a strong element of surprise.
She currently resides in Gowanus, Brooklyn with her five-year-old Havanese dog, Butters.
Crochet necklace made of black faux suede and black waxed cotton woven on a gold metal chain.
Size: 21″ long
Seletti x CTRLZAK Hybrid
CeramiX is a series of ceramic objects reflecting on the historical production of Chinese and European porcelain and its’ centuries of cross-fertilisation between Western and Eastern aesthetics. China has a long tradition in the production of ceramics and especially porcelain and Europe has for many centuries tried to copy the Chinese in that field. Nowadays, our world is invaded by Chinese products that in most cases attempt to imitate those European. CeramiX fuses the two cultures together to produce a collection of fine art, unprecedented dinnerware.
Friut Bowl in Porcelain, Cm. 20, H. 1.6
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Fine art photographer, Byron Jorjorian has been capturing the natural world on film for over 32 years. He is considered by many to be one of the nation's premier fine art nature photographers. With over 400,000 images in his files, his photographs have appeared on nationally published greeting cards, calendars, magazines, posters, murals, fine art prints, brochures, and advertising. Byron has had over 11,000 images published and more than 22,000 prints installed worldwide."
"My “Artist Sense” has always been attracted to and delighted in the details of nature. For me they are every bit as amazing as the grand landscape."View full product details
Artist: Blake Brasher
On the canvas, Blake explores the physical and spiritual nature of life through color and movement. He believes the purpose of art is to help man find his place in the universe, and he considers a painting successful if it draws people into a state of meditative contemplation. His work is neither ironic, nor an attempt to shock anyone. It is a sincere expression of inquiry and discovery.
Blake Brasher grew up in North Pole, Alaska and earned a B.S. in Art and Design from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) in 2003. He works part time as a robotics engineer at Google and maintains a painting studio in Boston, MA.
Acrylic, Alcohol Ink, and Watercolor on Textured Polypropylene Sheet
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