On Saturday, we went to the Architectural Digest Home Design show. Judging by the name alone, you are probably wondering what we would be doing there. Answer: Inspiration.
Surprisingly, Lincoln debuted their large 4 door hatch concept at the event, the MKZ. Read the rest of this entry »
This Saturday, we will be at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show. It is in Pier 94, 55th st at twelfth avenue, New York City.
Tickets are $25 online or $30 at the door and is good for the entire weekend.
One of my favorite artists Bruce Robinson MacDonald will have a booth located in section M1. I wouldn’t want to miss a chance at seeing his new work as well as getting new inspiration from all the other artists and architects.
“Ice” by Bruce Robinson MacDonald will be on display
While many draw inspiration in their competitors work, we get ours from outside of the industry. Architecture, paintings, sculptures and fashion are some of the places we find our ideas.
This past Saturday, we attended the Contemporary Art fair and the American Craft Show NYC located at The Jacob Javits Center. Seeing nice creative work at a museum is great but actually being able to speak with the artists is a whole different experience. You can sense their passion as they explain their work. Artists and artisans at these events came from all over the world. While most of the work was on sale, I found that most of the artists were just happy to have people show appreciation for their pieces-something we can relate to.