The new lacquer box collection features five fabulous pieces: Breakfast Tray, Pencil Case, Hinged Boxes (2), and a Letter Box. They will be available at specialty and retail shops this fall -- just in time for the holidays!
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What happens when a mason and a textile designer renovate a house together? In the case of Molly Fitzpatrick, the creative behind the colorful home wares of DittoHouse, and her husband William Sill, the result is a modern space with an attention to detail and a respect of natural materials. What makes this house's renovation really stand out is the couple's collaboration on the space; and most impressively, William has done much of the work himself.
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Make some noise! Shout “Oh”! Whisper “oh”! Sing “Oooooooh”! Hervé Tullet’s book magically responds with dots, bubbles and bursts of color, shapes, and motion.
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The article features the launch of DittoHouse's new Rise Collection. The Rise Collection of throw blankets and pillow covers was born out of hope for better times and “a world filled with justice and love.” Click here to read more.
David Trubridge will be presenting “Beauty Matters” at the ICFF Talks on May 23rd at 11am. Trubridge will discuss how beauty and art have been so important to the human race since we first ventured out of Africa. “Beauty Matters” will be held at the Talks stage (2971-also called the ICFF Theatre). If you are thinking of attending, please RSVP: beautymattersICFF@wakanine.com
Opening Thursday, May 4th, Rex Ray at Gallery 16 marks the seventh solo exhibition of the artist’s work at Gallery 16 since 1995. This is the first presentation since the artist’s untimely death in 2015.
This retrospective offers a major exhibition of works spanning twenty years of Rex Ray’s prolific career. Artwork never previously displayed—including large scale canvases, prints, and collages—as well as Rex's library style installation of paper collages, entitled Wall of Sound, will be on view at the gallery. Comprised of over 500 cut-paper collages on 8x10 inch sheets, hung end-to-end, Wall of Sound represents eight years of an ongoing project which grew in size between 1996 and 2004.
An opening celebration will be held on Thursday, May 4th from 6 to 9pm to celebrate the work of Rex Ray. Click here for more info.
The hardbound book is a 208 page document of the artists prolific career. It will be available for purchase at the opening event of Rex Ray's seventh solo exhibition of the artist’s work at the Gallery 16 since 1995.
The show runs May 4–June 30. Opening Reception: Thursday, May 4 6pm–9pm. Click here for more details.