Seattle’s offbeat gum wall attraction has been steadily extending its territory with colourful wads of public donations over the years, to the point of spreading as far as 40 feet beyond its designated canvas near the Market Theater box office. So, in July this year, it got put in its place with a bit of […]
Rose Nestler’s work causes me to reflect on the nature of objects: their present uses and uncertain fates once no longer needed, their effect on our subconscious states, and the memories they can hold. Nestler’s work combines the emotional life cycle of objects in all forms through moving and reflective drawings, paintings, and installations.
In the animal series, artist/designer Okayboss explores the trend of bands naming themselves after animals. These pieces, inspired by such artists as the Mountain Goats and The Dodos, put a colorful spin on the wildlife-turned-band phenomenon in indie-rock. Limited edition signed pieces are available in the Lost At E Minor store.
Student designer Theo Zeniou recently unveiled some innovative ideas for furniture that doubles as wall-hanging art. When not in use, the brightly colored pieces can be folded up and stored on the wall. [see also the work of designer Shin Azumi]