Archive for May, 2011
R/TURPAN will include some of my work this summer in East Hampton!
May 26 - September 5, 2011
R/TURPAN, our seasonal collaboration between R 20th Century and TURPAN, in East Hampton, NY, opens Saturday, May 28. R/TURPAN brings together R’s exceptional vintage and artist-made contemporary design with TURPAN’s iconic and timeless objects, jewelry and accessories for the home. This year we are in a new, larger space at 63 Main Street, East Hampton. Please stop by on May 27 to see the new location and learn more about the exciting events we have planned for this summer. For more information, please call TURPAN at 631-324-2444.
Last summer Caitlin Mociun made wedding bands for Mason and I. Besides my husband and my dog it is one of my favorite things to look at every day!
Needless to say I was thrilled when Caitlin asked me to be a part of her Mociun pop up shop! If you are in Brooklyn you must check it out! Details below…
MOCIUN unveils something new to the world! Announcing the MOCIUN pop up shop!
collection, past and current season fabric (by the yard), as well as MOCIUN odds and
ends. I am also thrilled to be carrying a new selection of men’ s and women’ s
apparel, jewelry, ceramics, books, furniture, artwork and soaps from the following desginers:
Bodkin seeks to bring to clothing the mission of architectural modernism: Good, smart
design. Within this design framework, all materials are sourced with an eye toward
environmental and social good.
Lauren Manoogian creates jewelry and knitwear that reflect her attraction to unusual
materials and playful sense of color and scale.
Erin Considine makes handmade jewelry in her Brooklyn studio from brass and hand-
Better Late Than Never is designed by Sara Dudzinsky. She draws inspiration from the
materials she works with as well as vintage and antique objects of all kinds. Each piece is
constructed by hand in her home studio in Portland, Oregon.
Alyson Fox creates limited edition pieces that are sold under the name A Small
Collection. Her sculptures and jewelry reflect her always-curious nature.
Katy Krantz creates ceramic objects and mixed media collages that reflect the dynamic
process in which they were made. Chance, surprise and the transformation of material all
play an important role in her work.
Shino Tekada creates functional ceramic objects. Playing with color, textures and shape
she achieves a delicate balance of unusual design.
Clam Labs handcrafts tableware for people who love to cook, eat, and entertain.
Every piece begins on a manual kick wheel and is finished with hand mixed, food safe
Lines & Shapes is an independent art and design book publisher, based in Brooklyn,
New York and Portland, Maine.
Saipua soaps are carefully crafted in small batches using food-grade vegetable oils,
butters, herbs and extracts. Each bar is hand cut, air dried and cured in their workshop.
BAGGU® makes simple, high quality bags in many bright colors. They fill many uses so you can own less stuff.
Nightwood is a small Brooklyn-based furniture, textile and home outfit specializing in
their own deconstructed furniture and textiles. The two halves of Nightwood are Myriah
Scruggs and Nadia Yaron.
Fort Standard is a contemporary design studio founded by Gregory Buntain and Ian
Collings. Their work is a fusion of craft-based backgrounds and timeless materials
paired with progressive design prowess and emerging technologies focusing on domestic
products and furniture.
Highland is a contemporary Menswear label by Lizzie Owens: psychedelically practical.
Samma is a jewelry line by New York-based artist Hanna Sandin. Sometimes sculptural,
sometimes soft jewelry that goes by the Swedish name for “same,” Samma.
Serena Mitnik-Miller is a San Francisco-based artist. She has exhibited her work in San
Francisco, Venice Beach, and New York. She opened her own shop, The General Store last year.
We are located at 200 Livingston Street between Smith and Hoyt. Open Wednesday to
Sunday from 12-7pm, May 5th to May 31st.
Please come visit us!