Designer Ambre Crockett, founder of the natural fragrance line Ambre Blends, used Eskayel fabrics when decorating her 6,000-square-foot home in Indianapolis, Indiana. Her beautiful, light-filled home was designed by architectural designer/builder and interior decorator Avriel Shull. Check out the full feature on her home here.
Above // Ambre upholstered her two chairs in Eskayel’s Roman Ram – lt metal fabric with accompanying pillows.
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Please note our requirements:
-must currently live in New York – Williamsburg or Greenpoint a plus.
- must have a fibers, textile design, graphic design, or fine art background.
- must be open to dealing with our old crotchety office dog.
- must be available at least two days a week.
- availability now through August.
* meal and travel stipend provided.
** Adobe suite and experience in word press or blogging a big huge plus+
Today is our last day in beautiful Nicaragua. We are sad to leave but excited to get back to the studio and the beginnings of spring in Brooklyn!
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We’d like to introduce our good friend, yoga teacher, officiant of our wedding and all around amazing light worker Amanda Capobianco and her exciting new venture Brooklyn Light. We are so excited to have designed the logo for this incredible project!
Brooklyn Light is an exclusive concierge service dedicated to uniting healers and light workers based in Brooklyn, NY with those seeking to explore various modalities and/or spiritual expansion. Check out all the amazing services they have to offer @ brooklyn-light.com.
Our wedding in Bali officiated by our dear friend and co-founder of Brooklyn Light Amanda Capobianco.
We recently discovered the Algiers-born French Art Nouveau artist Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer and were struck by the beauty of his work . His gorgeous landscapes were inspired by art of the Renaissance and by his travels to Europe, North Africa, and Asia.
Below: Landscape painting by Lucien Lévy-Dhurmer hanging in Picasso biographer Sir John Richardson’s living room. Photo via Wendy Goodman/Design Hunting.
Below: La Calanque a 6 heures du soir, c.1936, Musee d’Orsay, Paris.
Below: Les Roses d’Ispahan (after Gabriel Fauré) circa 1906-0.
Below: La Calanque – Crepuscule, no date given, private collection, Belgium.