Rounded edges, amorphic bursts, and other atomic age forms shape Rex Ray’s work. His artwork captures the design energy that fueled a modernist movement in the 1950s and ‘60s. This approach transformed visual elements across a wide range of media – print, furniture, art, household goods, and television. Ray’s background [...]
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The term “handcrafted” is a rare one when applied to purchased items in America. At one point, the romantic notion of handmade goods seemed as if it was fading into oblivion. Happily a resurgence has occurred, and consumers’ desires for more genuine, unique, and sustainable products are driving designers to [...]
In anticipation of our American Made event, we interviewed several of the featured designers. Discover the challenges and rewards that come along with the process of creating art that is emotional, fluid, and intriguing. Kent Youngstrom is an American artist, and this is his story. What inspires your designs? I’d [...]
We’re celebrating the Oscars early with a special Old Hollywood event. It’s the first event in a new series called Design Perspective. Find one-of-a-kind vintage pieces, classic fabrics, mirrored furniture, pop art, and a touch of the wild side. This Design Perspective features House of Honey, the L.A.-based home decor [...]