If 20x200 returns, I wonder if the changing art landscape will impact the business, and if it, like others, will look to original artwork to continue the job already begun -- supporting the artists in the maker movement of today.
We see it the lines of Marchesa to Rachel Roy. Designers are inspired by their travels. I recently traveled to Jamaica for a week, real Jamaica, not the tourist overrun locations. My trip was more of an excursion than a vacation.
On the outskirts of North Braddock, there sits an abandoned 1900s Lutheran church. Braddock Tiles aims to build an artisan micro-factory inside the church's walls to manufacture 20,000 honeycomb-shaped tiles that will restore the church's arches with a cacophony of candy-colored inlays.
"I had the phrase seven beauties in my mind for a while when I was approached by Avenue 50 Studio to curate a show," José Lozano said. "I know seven beautiful female artists whose work is spiritually and intelligently beautiful, and whose work I really admire."
When creating the print, the fabric we select is just as important as the design itself. For spring, we put silk aside and championed denim for its versatility and ability to neutralize a bolder print.
Back in the dark ages, if you were in love with one of your pictures and wanted to blow it up you would might take the negative to your local camera shop and have it blown up. But these days it's a different and digital world.
From extra bold stripes and updated tropicals to pumped-up paisleys and power flowers, it is an awesome array of prints that have captured my attention. Collaged, creatively clashed, digitized or blurred, the options are endless.
The discussion this day though was what had happened following the storm. There was talk of the difficulties faced in doing business and troubles with cell phone coverage; but mostly about the damage the storm had done to "art."