April 29, 2013
When I first came across the work of Brazilian painter and street artist Ramon Martins I was instantly moved by the energy in his work. Colorful, vibrant, chaotic, and psychedelic his work is rich with diverse cultural beauty.
Scouting for vintage furniture and art, whether it be for a client, myself or for inspiration, is one of the most stimulating aspects of my work. In doing so I've amassed a collection of amazing pieces which has culminated in my own Tastemaker Tag Sale on One Kings Lane. The sale goes live this evening at 6PM PT and 9PM ET. It's a pretty tantalizing selection and I'm so excited to offer it up!
This week you're getting a little peak into my hometown of Louisville. I've been feeling sentimental and a little righteous the last few days due to the incredible talent of my home town basketball team. What a heart felt week they've had. I hope they kick some ass tonight. They deserve it.
Serkan Ozkaya's David in front of the 21c Museum Hotel.
Jonathan Schipper's “Slow Inevitable Death of American Muscle”, a kinetic sculpture installed in front of the Garage Bar in NuLu.
The work of Luis Gispert currently showing at Proof on Main.
I missed last Monday's inspiration post as I was busy being inspired by my two beautiful children on a little mini vacation. Below is a quote by Joseph Campbell that I love. I find it to be a constant truth, but one that I consistently have to keep telling myself.