Archive for the 'Paper' Category

Freelance photographer Frank Worth befriended some of Hollywood’s big names of the 40s and 50s taking intimate production stills before such candids were common place. Considering these photos private mementos, Worth’s family found nearly 10,000 rarely seen and never published negatives in his apartment upon his death. A&I and International Images’ book, Americana depicts Worth’s […]

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A little something to whet your palate: Cheese & Bread Buffet Ice Cream Buffet

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Happy President’s Day! – Make some money-gami. Click picture above for instructions.

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One of our favorite artists, Graphic Designer and Scherenschnittist* Cindy Ferguson, was kind enough to answer a few questions in anticipation of her Salt Lake City show February 19th. *Scherenschnitte (pronunced: Sharon-shnit-uh: German for “scissor cuts”), is the art of papercutting design. I have been papercutting since September of 2006. My friend Kim and I […]

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Shooting almost exclusively on Polaroid film, there is a foggy comfort to the work of photographer Dusdin Condren. Images bleed into depth and shadows, and leave a sense of age to them. There is so much beauty in the softness and wear, as though both the subject and physical image passed through great exertion to […]

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Bow Ties, 1990 Painter Wayne Thiebaud (pronounced “Tee-bo.”) started as a commercial artist, a field that seemed to influence his most iconic images of displayed cakes, pies, eyeglasses, and ties. Working in oils and lithographs he often creates two variations of the same image. The depicted color print for example, has a companion version in […]

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In honor of tonight’s celestial events past & present, we highlight the work of British graphic designer Simon Page. A fellow lover of typography and illustration, he created this stunning series of posters for the International Year of Astronomy – 2009 (bet you didn’t know we were coming to close on that too this Dec. […]

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Launderette loves a good Paper. Nothing like a ready, mobile notepad for jotting down naval coordinates and barometer readings. Bocce ball scores, continental breakfast schedules, cumulus observations… whatever your notion or reminder, being prepared to record it is paramount. Field Notes makes a sharp little memo for just such a requirement. Debonair in its standard […]

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