Vesssel architectural pottery is calling my name! These planters are brand spankin’ new over at Velocity Art + Design and I absolutely adore them. Minimalistic heaven! These would make a lovely addition to the pathway leading to your front door, on a patio, or even indoors. Oh yum!
(images from Velocity)
The lovely objects of art that inspire me today are called, “Buds in Space” by artist Annie Cantin. Using blown glass, leather, fabric and metal, Cantin creates a modern, almost sci-fi, look at what I like to call futuristic gardening. The combination of fuchsia, orange and green in stunning white orbs really dazzle the eye. The works of Annie Cantin are on display at the Galerie Elena Lee in Montreal, Canada. You can view more from her collection here.
(image from Galerie Elena Lee)
We’re big fans of 76-year-old architect Frank Gehry (best known for the Walt Disney Concert Hall and the Guggenheim Bilbao) and delighted that he has a new collection at Tiffany + Co. Comprised of six series named after recurring motifs in his work: Equus, Axis, Fish, Torque, Fold and Orchid, Gehry delights us with objects of wearable art in black gold, cocholong stone, pernambuco wood and raw cut diamonds.
I doubt they are affordable, but it’s certainly exciting to see his talents applied to jewelry. Click here for a sneak preview…
The Frank Gehry collection is currently available in NY, LA, London and Tokyo. It is scheduled to be released to more stores and online this summer.
(image from Tiffany + Co)