A quick shout out to Auburn Sports Physical Therapy - Thanks so much for choosing my art for your office and thank you for sharing a picture of it with me!
Who said no more monkeys jumping on the bed? Not me...jump away my friends, jump away! One more dreamers wish crossed off the list...now what? More jumping! Thank you to my friends who patiently watched their bedroom evolve from a brown and hunter green adult bedroom into a lil' girl's hangout, bedroom and performance space. Can I get a Ta Da!
My super combo custom bunk, platform bed, fort and stage is in the final stages of installation. Next up trim, chalkboard, lighting and carpet!
Elizabeth was kind enough to send me a photograph of how she's using my modern sports art in her son's room. They really pop on the blue wall! Thanks for sharing the picture with me Elizabeth. It is rewarding to see my work find a home and have a part in personalizing rooms for children.
Good day citizens! My allies at Newport Cottages, codename C.R.I.B. have revealed their top secret plans for superhero decor domination. One of my top performing agents is involved in this less than covert operation Action Figure. Read it while you can. This message will self destruct in 5, 4, 3...
I'm a little late to the party.... I just found out that my Dr. Seuss inspired table and pendant lamp were featured in Apartment Therapy's round up of Seuss-ified spaces. I'm happier than a Who sipping moose juice. Considering my studio walls are lined with vintage Seuss memorabilia and pre-commercial collectibles finding inspiration was a little easy.
I was just talking Seuss with a client today. We realized that we had collaborated years ago. She was the choreographer and I designed some sets for a high school dance group back in 2001 who's performance was inspired by the Sneetches. You know, Stars upon thars. I'll have to dig around and see if I can find an uploaded video. Update: I found a video. see below, I was quite proud of my rolling 6 foot cube that unfolded like origami into a star off / star on machine. Technically, I wanted it to be 6 and 3/4 feet from under it's rolling go wheelies to the top of its peak.
Welcome to my Embellishments Journal, it's a new feature. I will be posting about some of our projects, sharing pictures and interesting things. Chime in, ask questions and keep your arms and hands inside the ride until it comes to a complete stop. -Aaron