When you think of art for your home, what comes to mind? Paintings? Photography? When it comes to art, try thinking of three dimensional options. Adding sculptures to your space is a great way to add dynamic artwork while keeping you walls uncluttered.
If the mention of porcelain makes you think of your grandmother’s collection of creepy dolls, it’s time to change your opinion with the ginger root sculpture from LEIF. It’s minimalistic look and pastel color scheme is a great way to add a feminine touch to your space. 55.00 at Leif.com
Ginger Root Sculpture
Another porcelain beauty is this silver Buddha head. Its shiny appearance adds some glam while Buddha helps bring peace and serenity. 39.99 at lampsplus.com
Silver Finish Large Buddha Head Sculpture
The design geek in all of you will appreciate these miniatures of iconic and influential furniture such as the Barcelona chair by Mies van der Rohe, the Panton chair by Verner Panton and the LCW chair by Charles Eames. 119.00 for a pack of 9 at Chiasso.com.
mod mini chair sculptures – set of 9
Currently typography is a huge trend with it comes to interiors. Molded sign language sculptures from Etsy take the trend one step farther. Available in an endless combination of colors. 73.00 for a set of 8.
Sign Language Sculptures
Collapsible stars from Design Within Reach not only a add a geometric element to the space, it also adds and interactive conversation piece. $55.25-$136.
Foldable Star Sculptures
posted by Dolly
on 2012.09.17, under Art
A recent feature of Eugenia Loli’s custom collages on Cool Hunting prompted a search for more great prints on Society6, where the artist sells her work. If you’re looking for fun, dirt cheap prints ranging from abstract to street-inspired, Society6 probably has something you might want. All prints come in several sizes to suit your needs. Here are our favorites.
This Eugenia Collage is a twisted mid-century modern delight.
Private Auction by Eugenia Loli, $12.99
BOX by Ali GULEC is perfect for the avant-garde apartment.
BOX by Ali GULEC, $18
Americana fans will appreciate this plaid flag by Nick Nelson.
Plaid Flag. by Nick Nelson, $18
I could see this abstract Half 2 by Rui Ribeiro hanging in a black and white themed apartment.
Half 2 by Rui Ribeiro, $15.60
Sci-Fi lovers will appreciate this colorful “Back To The I’m From The Future” by Rubbishmonkey.
Back To The I’m From The Future by Rubbishmonkey, $16
I’m willing to bet that this “Not My Cup of Tea” print is someone’s cup of tea. By Zina Nedelcheva.
Not my cup of tea by Zina Nedelcheva, $21.84
“There is another world, but it is in this one.” Nothing like a Yeats quote to blow your mind AND decorate your walls, daily. By Tina Crespo.
There Is Another World by Tina Crespo, $18.50
Letâ€™s face it. Apartment walls tend to be a little boring and lackluster, especially if you have a less than awesome landlord who refuses to let you do anything to them.Â Here are a few easy, low-commitment ideas to take your walls from sad to fab.
Wall decals are perfect for those who want to avoid any wall damage. These vinyl stickers are easy to put on and just peel right off. Offered in a number of fun colors, this bold print is bound to add some flare to your space. $38 from Abbyâ€™s Vinyl Wall Art at Etsy.
Chevron Vinyl Wall Decals
Does your window provide a less than spectacular view? Fake it ’til ya make it with a decal of NYCâ€™s skyline. $78.54 at Gali-art.com.
New York City Wall Decal
These 3D flowers look darling arranged in a cluster or willy-nilly. $20 for a pack of 20 at Umbra.com.
Stay chic and eco-friendly with a set of handmade reclaimed wood wall accessories. Perfect for all you stylish treehuggers out there. From Earth Art by Wendy at Etsy, $70.
Eco Friendly Wall Art made from Reclaimed White Birch Wood
Add a little glamour with these mirrored decals from Acte-deco.com for $83.78.
Bulles Effet miroir
posted by Dolly
on 2011.04.20, under Art
Finch & Ada, the amazing duo behind The Pleasure Is All Mine Art Show in Chelsea, present their latest offer…SEVEN. If you’re an emerging art collector, or craving a fresh change from the same old same old, here’s a chance to buy some exclusive, limited edition artworks by SEVEN emerging artists at a great price. Display a gorgeous artwork by a photographer who has a story to tell, $350.
Justin Walker, Pink Legs and Ribs, 2010
Dolly Faibyshev, 1976 Chandelier Staircase, 2009
Aline Smithson, Fur, 2007
Special discounts apply for bulk purchases.
posted by Dolly
on 2011.03.29, under Art
We will be posting new opportunities to help Japan as we find them, here is our favorite way to help out today…
Grain Edit design blog reports on Designers for Japan, ‘a collective of imagemakers from around the world’ set out to help out by offering these amazing prints for sale through their site, all proceeds go to Red Cross/Shelterbox. Choose from hundreds of prints starting at Â£30 for an A2 size (an ample 16″ x 24″ print for just under a hundo). Ships worldwide. Some of our favorites:
Patience and Perseverance by Stockholm design lab
Kamijukucho by Norbert Schoerner
Buy them here.
I love Japan by M/M Paris