Photographers Ngoc Minh Ngo of Vietnam and Julian Wass of England specialize in interiors and lifestyle and began photographing together 10 years ago. Their work has been featured in several publications including catalogues for Anthropologie. They now also shoot seperately and Ngoc Minh Ngo's portfolio is incredible. The spaces are eclectic and so perfectly styled and photographed.
Éric Gizard is a French architect and interior designer flying the flag for all that you associate with French design, style, finesse and a healthy dose of élan. "Passionate about contemporary design without ever forgetting the past, his spaces and objects always have a very innovative yet strongly personal feeling."
Stephanie emailed this evening to tell me about her paintings and the sale she's having this Friday. Her work is adorable and I particularly love her trailer paintings (my mom would too - she's been hunting for a cute round trailer to put in her backyard for ages). Here is her press release:
This Friday, August 3, 2007 at 10am (Central), Stephanie Nance will host her monthly Online Gallery Sale featuring little original paintings via her website www.stephanienancestudio.com. The affordable and fresh artwork is perfect for starting or continuing a collection and make fantastic gifts as well. All work is 6" square, painted on 1/2" thick MDF and is ready to hang complete with a sawtooth and bumpers on the back to appear as if floating from the wall; the sides are painted white. All work is signed and dated.
Stephanie's art has been featured in HOME Magazine and the book House Transformed (by M.Schoenherr, L. Hunter, and W. Jordan) along with regional publications. Her work is becoming highly collected and interior designers enjoy working with the delightful artist.
Her website consists of a growing portfolio and her blog of (almost) daily musings is entertaining. Her work is alluring, lively, & modern yet cozy. Please join us.
"for david michael miller associates, the best outcome of inspired and relevant interior design can be characterized by a "fusing" of architectural context, geographical/cultural influence, and the client's own style and color sensibilities. a careful melding of these elements provides for an original, personal and thoughtful design aesthetic in which to live. creating these designs is the mission of david michael miller associates." Beautiful portfolio. What caught my attention is the art in the first two photos.
I’d be this room by Ken Fulk. Eclectic, edgy, at times risky and definitely not to everyone’s taste. The mix of styles here is dangerous. It might not work. There are multiple levels and layers and a sense of humour as well as definite nod to the finer things in life. Enough of the psychoanalysing, I just love this room! So Kim if you were a room ......?