Archive for September, 2012

The Artist Michael Dickey

Monday, 24 September, 2012

Our friend and fellow artist Michael Dickey makes beautiful paintings on wood as well as intricate little ceramics and pottery.

These architectural paintings are so amazing!

Untitled (560 white series)
2012
acrylic and resin on wood
48 in by 60 in

Untitled (490 white series)
2011
acrylic and resin on wood
36 in by 48 in

And check out these beautifully simple little pots…

as well as one of his more complex sculptures…

Eskayel in New York Spaces

Monday, 24 September, 2012

Thanks to New York Spaces¬†for featuring us in their “Digital Patterns” article!

Eskayel in The New York Times

Monday, 24 September, 2012

Last Thursday, we went shopping with Tim McKeough from the New York Times as we discussed Esakyel inspiration, traveling, and the new Akimbo Mix-n-Match Collection. The article is online here.

New baskets!

Thursday, 13 September, 2012

This picture from our factory shows some new tiny basket/trays made from the extra fabric at Eskayel. How cute? There’s only about a dozen of these in stock and they would make an adorable holiday gift! Check the website for availability soon.

Also, have you seen our awesome new Ripple – Pearl hamper! Only available at ABC Carpet + Home.

Color inspiration

Tuesday, 11 September, 2012

Some colors and concepts we are looking at while designing a new collection…these are all other peoples photos that I have liked on instagram.

Friends who make things

Monday, 10 September, 2012

We have such talented friends!

You probably know Katie Deedy from Grow House Grow, but her new tile collection is amazing and we just had to share! It is 100% natural, completely recyclable, and hand crafted in Brooklyn. We would put her tile work in our bathroom if we weren’t renting!


Kevin Curran, a friend I’ve known since high school, is the founder and artist behind Pacific Lights. Kevin makes these elegant and interesting accent lights that are made from repurposed industrial cylinder caps. He lives on a boat, and so they have a distinctive nautical theme.

Even though the artist designs them on his floating home, the lights are cute for a stationary home as well!

If you’re interested in what life is like at sea, check out Kevin’s Captain’s blog! Its pretty cool!