Monday: Modern in Nature
Sleeping Cabin by Tim Prentice
Mr. Prentice is known for making kinetic sculptures (that are absolutely incredible BTW) and architecture (Prentice & Chan - 1965). This is the only digital image I can find online of a cabin he created, with no additional information. I find this structure to be magical in a lot of different ways, but mostly because it reminds me of the many childhood summers I spent in Minnesota and it’s amazing pine forests. This automatically gets filed into my long list of things to build one day.
One of the worst things you can do to your creatives, artists, and designers is treat them like plumbers, mechanics, and janitors, held to the expectations of magicians, wizards, and geniuses. — – Adam DeVarney, Artist (via howtoworkwithcreativepeople)
I had blogged about the patterned wall I was going to create for our nursery last week, and here is the progress. I’m about 60% done and it is looking awesome! (I’m in the photo for size reference)
The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man. — George Bernard Shaw
Diamonds by JSPR
Industrial meets elegance in a wire pendant available in gold or black.