Where Should I Put My New Print? January 16 2014, 0 Comments
Reagan considers putting 'Koo Koo The Bird Girl' in his foyer
Our friends, Reagan Morris and Michael Fitzgerald, creators of the wickedly funny Clayboys products, love art and design and together have created a gorgeous home. Everywhere you look are mesmerizing displays reflecting Reagan's interests in collecting unusual objects.
We were flattered when they said they loved our "Sideshow Stars" and "Anatomy Lessons" Print Collections. Together we played around with putting their favorite prints in different places throughout their house. The prints immediately fit in and made themselves right at home!
Or maybe instead, one of the "Anatomy Lessons" prints - which do you like better?
Reagan loves antique bottles and "Anatomy Lesson 1" looks great with this display in Guest Bathroom.
Reagan contemplates putting Koo Koo The Bird Girl in the Living Room
Michael and Reagan bond over the the print "Anatomy Lesson 4".
Changing and rearranging the art your walls is fun and will show off your creative talents! Enliven your walls today!
Questions? email me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All photographs by Barbara Levine for PROJECTB.COM
Zoe Zobedia, The Moss-Haired Girl November 08 2013, 0 Comments
Among the attractions of early 19th century American carnivals, sideshows and circuses were the so-called “Circassian Beauties,” women with extravagantly fine or mossy hair who supposedly descended from the “purest” peoples of Eurasia’s Caucasus mountains, in the little-known region of Circassia. In fact, many of these beauties were American girls who cleverly teased out and stiffened their hair and adopted exotic names invariably beginning with “Z” – Zalumma, Zribeda, Zoledod, Zeleke. Pictured here is one of P. T. Barnum’s Circassian harem, Zoe Zobedia, a moss-haired and snake charmer!