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July 8, 2012

They Never Hurt Anyone.

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Share This.Argentinian artist Soledad Arias has many works but we were particularly intrigued with the neon type sculpture below. It’s simple, short, cheeky and concise. It doesn’t waste any time but it certainly has a unique patience of its own.

Let the Good Times Roll.

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Share This.“Happiness is a continuation of happenings which are not resisted.” – Deepak Chopra.

Staying in Season.

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Share This.Although many of us have grown accustom to eating whatever we want, whenever we want, in the old days, your menu was often limited to what was in season. Yep, believe it or not, you couldn’t have fresh cranberries in the winter, fresh tarragon was a distant memory come fall and fresh squash certainly wasn’t much of an option in the spring. Fortunately, with the innovation of technology and Read More

Buried in Detail.

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Share This.Type artist Liz Collini creates a deceptively intricate text piece titled Bury. The 2009 installation was made by hand using chalk and pen. It reads, “Even Matching Symmetrical Uniform Level”. Details include measure markings and notes.

Tapestry Spectacles.

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Share This.Chloë McCormick and Nicholas O’Donnell-Hoare have created some interestingly interactive spectacles. Adorned with a brilliant DYI embroidery, the eyewear symbolizes a unification of new technologies and ancient techniques. The glasses were featured earlier this year in the Warped Tapestry Collection in an exhibition entitled “Send to Print / Print to Send” in the Aram Gallery.