Jaime Keiter

 

Jaime Keiter‘s one-of-a-kind geometric sculptures use clay as canvas, a series of paintings collaged from individually hand crafted and glazed porcelain stoneware tiles create the eventual wallhanging. Her process begins with cutting geometric and organic shapes from clay slabs, underglazing patterns and textures, and then finishing each tile with a variety of different mid-fire glazes. The collages are then pieced together to create small geometric sculptures and larger grouted works.

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Flower Constellations

 

I love having fresh flowers in my home and will pare down a bouquet as it wilts until only a few blooms remain. Flower Constellations make floral arranging using only a few stems super easy thanks to a flat brass disk with openings that can expand and contract to fit a variety of vases.

The perforated patterns in the 12 different Flower Constellations are derived from the signs of the Zodiac, creating a playful distribution of the flowers in the vase. ​The design is loosely inspired by floral artform Ikebana, celebrating the beauty and composition of single flowers.

 

 

 

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Jeremy Miranda

 

Over the past few months I’ve come to the realization that much of the art I find myself drawn towards includes a crossover between reality and memory. Jeremy Miranda‘s acrylic paintings hit the sweet spot, so much so that I’m struggling to put my thoughts into words. I want to walk through the doors of these buildings, sit at the tables, and pickup a paintbrush myself.

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Eric Rieger AKA Hot Tea

 

String artist Eric Rieger, aka Hot Tea, has woven typography and patterns into chain-link fences with yarn the world over as well as collaborated with big names like New York Fashion Week and Sesame Street. His installations range in scale with the largest (seen directly below) Hot Lunch using over 13,000 individual strands of yarn in 103 colors!

 

 

 

 

 

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Alma Haser

 

Alma Haser was born into an artistic family in the Black Forest, Germany and is now based in London. Known for her complex and meticulous portraits, she creates striking work that expands the idea of traditional portrait photography. Alma takes her photographs further with paper-folding techniques, collage, and mixed media to blur the distinction between 2D and 3D imagery.

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Sebastiano Arpaia

 

So much of New York-based photographer Sebastiano Arpaia‘s body of work feels like the end of summer. Dry, crispy grass. Hazy sunsets. Washed out landscapes that let you know the end of the season is so very close.

 

 

 

 

 

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Vibrato

 

Your favorite song, your child’s first words, your wedding vows, the words that have shaped history. Vibrato takes those sounds and turns them into a 30 x 30″ abstract art print, as well as the original 4 x 4″ original inked recording of the sound’s vibration.

We play your sounds beneath specially diluted ink on an optically clear plastic sheet to record their vibrato’s fingerprint. Once captured, the vibrato is manually scanned, enlarged, enhanced and printed on high quality Somerset Velvet – 310 gsm, certified archival paper. Each print is individually hand numbered and signed.

 

 

 

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Marta Lugo Jewels

 

Marta Lugo Jewel‘s brooches are a tribute to safety pins, a daily object turned into jewel. Their title – FIBULOSO – is the combination of two words fibula and fabuloso. In archeology the word fibula refers to the metal pieces used in antiquity to join and hold clothes, while fabuloso is the Spanish word for fabulous. Each brooch is clear coated to prevent tarnishing and preserve its innate fabulousness for years to come.

 

 

 

 

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