Friday Favorites – Interior Design and World Inspired Art
It’s Friday! And with Friday comes my Friday Favorites. This week you’ll see how Imagekind is making a difference in the interior design community by connecting designers with the independent member artists on Imagekind. Also, take a look at a fascinating artist I found who is selling a very unique style of nature and world art.
Check it out!
Imagekind Artwork on Ava Living
Ava Living, the “thriving global community of interior design enthusiasts” has teamed up with Imagekind to offer their interior design community members the opportunity to purchase framed artwork for their interior design projects and clients. Their mission is to “[help] connect those who are passionate about the various aspects of interior design with professionals in the field.” One way they do this is through their Designer Room Review service, where anyone can “get personalized attention in a written review of your room from a professional designer.” See the ad for this service below.
Day Seriani and Pangaea Art.
I am always on the lookout for inspiring art and when I came across Day Seriani’s work on Imagekind, I was quite blown away. What’s really compelling about Seriani’s work is how she overlays images of nature, the earth and places where people and animals inhabit, onto various portraits that may, or may not, represent that land. Check out her work and you’ll see what I mean. It is an inspiring and unique form of art that I have not seen done in such a way before. Fascinating.
“Done in the style of my “Earth series”….but as I was doing this piece images of life, death, change, time, sadness, pride, honor, and destruction all came to mind. being ONE with the Earth….we come and go…we become the past and also the future.” Read more…
“The Caspian Sea … About 250 million years ago, during the late Permian Era, a new ocean began forming in the southern end of the Paleo-Tethys Ocean. A rift formed along the northern continental shelf of Southern Pangaea (Gondwana).” Read More…
“This is East Africa. The geography of East Africa is often stunning and scenic. Shaped by global plate tectonic forces that have created the Great Rift Valley, East Africa is the site of Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, the two tallest peaks in Africa.” Read More…
“*Choeung Ek (The Killing Fields) where the Khmer Rouge marched prisoners from Tuol Sleng to be murdered and buried in shallow pits. It is now a memorial to those who were killed by the regime. Phnom Phen, Cambodia, The Killing Fields.” Read More..
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