May 28, 2007

The Wrong Store, Wrong Artist & Wrong Toy Car

One of the "you had to be there" events during New York Design Week last week was the opening party for The Wrong Store, a closed up, curated display window/concept store which was inspired by Maurizio Cattelan & co's...
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Kid-Sized Molded Ply Chair By Gerald Summers [Yes, That Gerald Summers. No, Not That Chair.]

Gerald Summers was one of my first great modern design epiphanies, and my first big disappointment. When the groundbreaking exhibition, "Design 1935-1965: What Modern Was" came out in 1991, I discovered Summers' stunning armchair in the catalogue [which got...
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KidsModern@ICFF: The Show That Keeps On Giving

Just when I thought I'd seen everything, Susanne from KidsModern surprised me with a couple of great finds at ICFF. She just posted a photo of Indiana-based Inmodern's upcoming Ecotots collection: a little slot-together table of FSC-certified, formaldehyde-free laminate. There's...
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