Sunday, December 16, 2012
Fred Tomaselli's Tree Decal
San Francisco Chronicle features the Top Ten Items for Design Minded People. Here they feature Jacob Hashimoto's version of a Christmas tree as wall decor vinyls. Albero is the name of the di-cut vinyls that are 65" x 40", you can eliminate the work behind maintaining a Christmas tree with this artistic and easy wall decor for the holiday season..
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Peter Eudenbach's Chimera
Courrier International is weekly French magazine that translates and publishes excerpts of articles from over 900 international newspapers. The December issue of the Courrier International shows, Peter Eudenbach's "Chimera". "Chimera is a unique gift that appeals to everyone by transforming one of the most familiar objects of the season into a witty, unexpected holiday decoration. The title refers to the mythological or biological fusion of two forms but the object itself is symbolic of more far-reaching notions. In anticipation of the winter solstice, rebirth is in the wings and Chimera can be seen as an egg ready to hatch. Perhaps the greatest inadvertent reference is to Meret Oppenheim's Traccia bird table that is one of the most historically significant examples of an artist fusing two forms - one biological, the other material - to create a third, other entity."-Artware Editions website.
Friday, December 7, 2012
Holiday Gift Guide
NEXT launched their Holiday Gift Guide. The 12 days of Christmas for some, one day of gift giving isn't enough. This features a selection of Artware Editions' artist plates, such as Rob Wynne, Jeff Koons, Jorge Julian Aristizabal, and Rudolf Stingel. All prices vary according to piece. ArtwareEditions.com
Thursday, November 29, 2012
New York Times, Pre-Holiday Picks
Julie Lasky from The New York Times talks about home items that this holiday shows shows designers putting spirit into household goods by evoking fleeting moments, fragile materials and old memories. This excerpt shows artist, Lauren DiCioccio's Thank You, Thank You tote bags. "For artist Lauren DiCioccio, a soulful object is one that touches you everyday, even if it 's as despised as the generic white plastic sack that has been accused of destroying the planet...(she) reproduced the outcasts as embroidered cloth sculptures. Lan Tuazon limited edition candle set is also featured, "Return of the Raw" which are wax bank buildings that are encased in a wooden base.
Noam Rappaport's Lamp
Here at ArtReview we believe that the experience of art is not something that should be limited to more-or-less dusty museums or the warehouses of supercollectors. Art is something that can play a vital role in inspiring a richer, more profound, understanding of human experience, culture and society today. With that in mind, this publication takes an overview of artworks issued in series and designed to be collected and enjoyed by a wide audience. Art Review has showcased Artware Editions, Noam Rappaport's Lamp I, 2009. The lamp is constructed out of canvas stretcher bars from which the light device is hung. It's a simple yet minimalistic gesture, found in Rappaport's work.
Friday October 26, 2012
Home Section Feature
The New York Times Home section featured Artware Editions limited edition Sol Lewitt limited edition ceramic dinnerware: "Recently, Mrs. Lewitt entered into an agreement with Artware to broaden the audience for the LeWitt pottery because “the industry itself is really in crisis,” she said.“Italy is not well prepared to compete against Chinese knock-offs,” she said. “What you need is that kind of unique product you can make in small batches that clients will wait for.”Prices begin at $104 for the cobalt Star Within 2 Circles 8-inch bowl. Artware Editions, 270 Bowery (Houston Street), (212) 463-7490
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Editor's Pick: Sol Lewitt Tablewares
Tuesday, August, 14 2012
Hidden Retail Gems
New York City has more stores than anyone could physically tackle, but somehow we always keep returning to the usual suspects. To break out of the rut, we've asked some local shopping and fashion gurus to provide their hidden retail gems—those unique stores around our fantastic city that we might not all know about.
German magazine, Myself, features Artware Editions: Sir Peter Blake's deck chairs!
Sunday, June, 2012
Nylon Magazine Japanese Publication
Nylon Magazine Japan features Artware Editions in a list of American stores to visit.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
For This Lobster, a Bowl, Not a Pot
The surrounding of high-end food purveyors influence on SoHo based artist Joan Sherman is clearly manifested in her latest piece where the delicacies of lobster, which is bronze casted here is used to support a center piece bowl. Ms. Sherman's "crustacean gone wild" was concocted using fragments of lobster shells cast in bronze. She commissioned the handblown glass bowl the lobster bears on its back and assembled the pieces in her studio...
Damien Hirst's Folding Deck Chair
Damien Hirst's Folding deck chairs with artist-designed butterfly patterns featured in the New York Times Fashion section...
June 2-3, 2012
Markus Linnenbrink's Swatch Watch
Swatch watch designed by Markus Linnenbrink featured in the Wall Street Journal Off Duty section.
Spring & Summer 2012
COS Magazine: Spring and Summer 2012
COS magazine is a quarterly magazine which for the Spring/ Summer issue featured Artware's very own Markus Linnenbrink's unique epoxy resin vases from the Gestaltkinstwerke series. "A novel way of making ceramics- this multi-coloured vase draws its remarkable shape from an ordinary plastic bottle. German artist Markus Linnenbrink uses the containers as molds: slowly layering epoxy resin around a central cylinder. "I love how casting the bottles draws attention to their original design, which often goes unappreciated," says Linnenbrink. Each layer takes about a day to set, meaning this vase took approximately two weeks..the vases range in price from $300 to $1500.
The chair designed by Sir Peter Blake is a deck chair for a nap on the balcony or let it rest on the wall. Finally, Pop-Art has a little daydream space...
Glassware That Won't Come Clean
When a pair of married New York artists with interesting hair decide to paint glassware at Christmas presents, it's a sure bet the designs won't be candy canes. In the case of Chelsea Seltzer (two-toned locks) and Theo A. Rosenblum (collar-length mustache), the motifs are insects, lipstick smears, bared teeth and colorful pills. "We hjad lots of ideas for thjings that were a little more random," said Mr. Rosenblum, whjo is thje song oftje painter Jane Kaplowitz, and thje late art critic Robert Rosenblum, citing mushrooms and "Egyptian themes"...