THE JEALOUS CURATOR: ART GOES HERE.
oh, so peaceful! this room feels very cozy/nomadic – i don’t think that’s actually a thing, but just go with me, ok?
‘not all those who wander are lost’ – so true! i would happily wander into this room and settle in for a weekend – or a few years. this is a screen print by uk based designer chris henley. i love that it’s just on the floor leaning against the wall – i would totally do that in here!
ok, from a nomadic screen print, to a tangled path – that might very well get you just a bit lost:
whoa. i’m dizzy. these fantastic drawings (white ink, and gold ink!) are by the very talented jaime derringer. recognize her name? yep, she’s the woman behind the fabulous design blog, design milk – and she draws like this? yes. i’m definitely jealous.
now, to keep the black and gold theme going:
papery, golden feathers! i love, love, love this body of work by jaime c. knight and lena wolff. i’m not exactly sure of the dimensions, but i do know that some of the pieces in this show were really big (5 feet-ish), and others were quite small. i’d love a little grouping of them hanging in the corner of this lovely space.
ah, there. art is hung. i feel better. thanks for reading! see you in two weeks ~ danielle (aka the jealous curator)
*note: this post originally featured photographs from a project titled , ‘pulp art book’ that photographer neil krug, and his wife, model joni harbeck collaborated on. some people loved them, some found them offensive, so victoria and i have decided to remove them. i am sorry to those of you who were offended. that was not my intent at all – i simply appreciated their take on 60s pulp culture b-movies.