Perhaps no design is more endearing to the American public than the theater marquee. Its chasing lights direct and frame your attention. Its symmetrically arranged bulbs lead you in. Everything about the marquee promises a show.
A rebel in her own right, Jessica McKay strays from the perfectly-poised design style, instead encouraging a collaboration of character pieces for a comforting aesthetic. She views each space as an opportunity to touch on the dweller, utilizing family heirlooms and modern pieces to highlight the other.
Bhaval Shah Bell uses vivid images to honor the places she calls home, which have included Kenya, Great Britain, and Washington, D.C. The artist behind the Cartoloji series uses geography and topography to create modern abstract renditions of cities, states, countries, and continents.