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Fashion Forward L.A.: The Future Perfect at TenOverSix

An eclectic, somehow quintessentially L. A. fusion of art, design and fashion (with a dash of politics and showbiz) marked the coming-out bash for Kristen Lee and Joe Cole's store TenOverSix on October 16, during Los Angeles Fashion Week.

Tord Boontje and the Bounty of Life: Artecnica Opens a New Showroom in Los Angeles

"We don't like pre-prepared meals from a factory. We like organic food-you know, food. We love to have things that are human…”

The Museum of Arts and Design: A Re-awakening

The time has finally come-this Saturday, September 26th, the Museum of Arts and Design will be opening its doors to its brand new light-filled, ceramic-encased building on Columbus Circle in New York City, offering the public the chance to see and experience more than they were ever able to before in the museum's three different locations on West 53rd Street, where it had been located since its inception as the Museum of Contemporary Crafts (and later renamed the American Craft Museum) 52 years ago.

Awarding the Best in San Francisco

At the recent American Craft Show in San Francisco the American Craft Council presented its Awards of Excellence to a select few artists. Chosen from among 250 exhibitors by guest jurors Ted Cohen, an exhibition designer, Mike Holmes, co-owner of Velvet da Vinci Gallery in San Francisco and Julie M. Muniz, the Imogene Gieling Curator of Decorative Arts at the Oakland Museum of California, the recipients are representative of the vibrant American craft scene.

Lines Through Light: Stephen Procter

By Dan Klein, Stephen Procter
RLDI Rob Little Digital Imaging
Carwoola, New South Wales, Australia

Keeping it Real

Laurie Manfra discovers that it takes almost a village-or at least a full team of glassblowers and machinists-to create Lindsey Adelman's made-to-order innovative Bubble chandeliers.

Reflecting Antiquity: Modern Glass Inspired by Ancient Rome

By David Whitehouse
Corning Museum of Glass


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