• Walk This Way

    The Walking Table from Netherlands designer Wouter Scheublin combines handcrafted design with an engineered surprise. The days of moving heavy tables are gone.  When pushed the legs of the Walking Table come to life and true to its name begins to walk.  Who says a desk has to be stationary?     Featured image: the […]

    A. Moret One response July 26, 2013
  • Office Space

    Forgot your laptop at the office? With the Coworking Table you can rest assured that your valuables are locked and secure.   Designed by Zaarchitects, an architectural practice founded in 2009 by Dmitriy Zhuykov and Arina Agieieva, the Coworking Table optimizes the functionality of the office space.  The top cover conceals and locks your gadgets inside. […]

    A. Moret One response July 26, 2013
  • Vincent Junier: Cut Out Life

    Vincent Junier began working with collage ten years ago by accident.  While recovering from a scooter injury, he was unable to use a computer and out of boredom began cutting out pictures.  The discovery of collage was an awakening for the artist and from that day on he hasn’t stopped.     Like some artists, my […]

    Vincent Junier One response July 26, 2013
  • Michael Ward: Cali-Scapes

    Based on photographs taken throughout Southern California, the paintings of Michael Ward capture moments of everyday life and commemorates a landscape that is always changing. This is a painting of a drive-through cigarette stand in Garden Grove, CA. I titled the piece Consequences because everything in the scene seemed to be a consequence of something else, or […]

    Michael Ward One response July 26, 2013
  • ARTLANTIC: On the Boardwalk

    While Atlantic City may seem an unlikely art destination, the boardwalk has proven to have fertile and inspired soil.  ARTLANTIC  is the first public art installation to open in Atlantic City and features the works of artists Robert Barry, Peter Hutchinson, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Robert Lach, Jedediah Morfit, John Roloff and Kiki Smith.  Presented […]

    A. Moret One response July 26, 2013
  • Rogue Wave Curated by L.A. Louver Gallery

    It’s summer time in Los Angeles and that means there’s a new edition of Rogue Wave at L.A. Louver Gallery.  A curatorial initiative that began in 2001, the show features artists who call Los Angeles their home.  This year the works of 15 artists are featured including Sarah Awad, Matthew Brandt, Kent Familton, Asad Faulwell, […]

    Christopher Pate One response July 26, 2013