Monthly Archives: March 2013

  • FFF - Mac n Cheese n Art ...

    FFF - Mac n Cheese n Art ...

    We love Pantone.  Who doesn’t? Pantone is finding itself everywhere; tables tops, wall dividers, A colour guide based on the Queen’s frocks(!), iPhone covers – we’re surrounded by it.  Next is the Instagram project by US based graphic artist David Schwen. However unlike the others, it’s not colours that he’s playing with...
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  • South Coast Boast ...

    South Coast Boast ...

    There is nothing new in architecture holding a firm relationship with landscape and site.  Leading the way in this harmonious affiliation is the immensely talented husband and wife duo of Casey Brown Architecture. The firm comprises Rob Brown taking to the helm of the architectural works and Caroline Casey designing stunning often wo...
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  • Norguet sorts Maccas out ...

    Norguet sorts Maccas out ...

    Patrick Norguet.  You could be forgiven for incorrectly guessing the age of this French designer – his impressive body of work is far beyond his years, and continues to grow. The latest is his commission for McDonalds – the second collaboration of the two giants.  The first was a heat resistant reusable coffee cup, the second a...
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  • FFF - To the People of New York ...

    FFF - To the People of New York ...

    New York City.  For so long arguably the ­­most famous city of the world.  A powerhouse of many things important; commerce, finance, media, art, fashion technology, education and entertainment – New York City is home to some of the worlds most recognized landmarks and buildings – aided of course by the uncountable amounts of f...
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  • Skoglund's Revenge ...

    Skoglund's Revenge ...

    Sandy Skoglund is a US based artist, studied and trained in all things creative; studio art and art history, intaglio printmaking, and multimedia art.  With an insatiable thirst for knowledge, the fascinating artist is self-taught in photography, and process-oriented art production through the techniques of mark-making and photocopyi...
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  • Brazilia (or not)! ...

    Brazilia (or not)! ...

    We like to think of ourselves as pretty new-age.  A forward thinking people free form the shackles of the unnecessary political correctness of times past.  Take our former (and soon to be reinstated) hold music for example, should you ever have previously been placed on hold whilst on the line to one of our friends here in the showr...
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  • Harmonic Convergence emergence ...

    Harmonic Convergence emergence ...

    We are absolutely loving the installation work of Christopher Janney,  American artist or “sound architect” as we understand he goes by!  You’ll find itself at the Miami International Airport (like landing in Miami wasn’t fun enough!) and goes by the name ‘Harmonic Convergence’. Harmonic Convergence is an interactive soun...
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  • Black or White (Part 2) ...

    Black or White (Part 2) ...

    Well!   Our Furniture Free Friday post last week about Chromatophobia was not easy.  Writing a post and discussing all the things we love that are black and white (and not furniture), whilst we sit here in the KE-ZU showroom which has a great array of furniture pieces in black and white silently being ignored.  So we thought it wa...
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  • FFF - It's Noteworthy ...

    FFF - It's Noteworthy ...

    The simple joy that we get from reading some of the entries on Letters of Note is just delicious.  Letters of Note is pretty self-explanatory, but generally, the website publishes (by definition alone) letters of note – correspondence passing between two parties, which the world may have forgotten, or never seen without the power o...
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