I am so taken by this project by artist/illustrator Jules Julian of Hugo & Martin.
The use of pattern and duo-chromatic symbols is just fantastic.
Tip via Design Work Life
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“Fifty years ago there had never been an Academy Award winning female director, an African-American First Lady, or a female billionaire. Thankfully today this is a reality. It is with the help of the following twenty fabulous, strong, imaginative, and inspiring women that future generations can dream to accomplish anything.”
—Carly Petrone, sloane, Winter 2010
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Check out the Winter issue of sloane! The new issue is chock full of great fashion and beauty ideas, career advice AND featuring sloane’s 20 Most Influential Women of 2010—a fantastic piece that was so much fun to compile. Check out some previews below and please visit: www.sloanemag.com
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Back from a fantastic time at Art Basel Miami Beach. I loved seeing tons of amazing art, meeting great people, eating delicious food and staying up way too late…Here are some pics from the week.
Art Basel Miami, Miami Convention Center
After hours at the Raliegh Hotel with NAP operations manager, Jessica Fortin
My boss, Steven Zevitas, publisher of New American Paintings checking out past NAP winner,
Various artwork at the fair:
The day after exhaustion, and my big art purchase: this awesome tank top…
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Things I’m excited to check out are:
Past post: Successful Miami Week, Dec 8, 2009
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The Fall issue of sloane is now out: www.sloanemag.com Yet another labor of love,
I am more pleased than ever with the results—
Working on getting online retail distribution, stay tuned…
coming to an iPad near you soon.
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I am really excited to have a new sloane advertiser on board for the next issue, Franklin Cat Furniture, of Los Angeles. The brains behind this brand is Swiss born architect and designer, Peter Sehorsch. He obviously has a cat’s nature in mind and has blended it seamlessly with a beautiful, classic, mid-century aesthetic—much needed in the mainstream pet supply world of pink, plaid and cheap leopard print.
I especially love the Hollywood Tower that combines the affordable Ikea Stolmen bracket system with his own, well crafted, platforms. And, each “tree” can be customized to match your decor. I can’t wait to get one for my little Pixie.
I also love his fun, interactive presentations.
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