Artist Plates Feed The Homeless in New York

Artist Plates Feed The Homeless in New York

This year’s annual ARTWALK NY was cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, so instead the Artist Plate Project was created to support the Coalition for The Homeless. The purchase of one of these limited edition artist plates can feed 75 homeless New Yorkers! Created by 50 world-renowned artists, the funds from the sale will provide food, crisis services, housing, and other critical aid to thousands of people experiencing homelessness and instability. (more…)

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All The Artist Designed Thanksgiving Day Parade Balloons To Date

artist designed thanksgiving dayt parade balloons

The Blue Sky Gallery is a special balloon portion of the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, which invites contemporary artists to transform their original creations into novelty balloons. (more…)

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Art Embellished Fiberglass Shell Chairs by Modernica

These Art-embellished fiberglass Case Study® chairs are a wonderful option for lovers of contemporary art and mid-century modern furniture. Made by Modernica, the fiberglass shell chairs are created by hand, one by one, using the original molds and processes from Charles Eames’ original 1948 design and feature officially licensed artwork by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring and Shepard Fairey. (more…)

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Thanksgiving Seconds: How Artists Would Plate Turkey Dinners

Back in 2014 I shared artist Hannah Rothstein’s Thanksgiving Meals on plates as envisioned by well-known artists with my readers. Now, she’s back with Thanksgiving Seconds and they’re even more appetizing. (more…)

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Damian Elwes Renders Other Artists’ Studios – And They Are Amazing.

Basquiat’s Studio (Crosby Street_NYC, 1983) 2017, acrylic on canvas, 52″ x 66″

Santa Monica-based British artist Damian Elwes has been painting the studios of other artists for decades now. From those of masters like Picasso and Matisse to his more recent depictions of Basquiat and Georgia O’Keefe’s studios, his artworks are historically accurate pictorial peeks into these private sanctuaries where creativity thrives. (more…)

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