Found your perfect gift yet? How about art & functionality all in one? Check out my new Minagraphy / Society6 collaboration and the amazing result.
All the throw pillows that you can dream of and dream on.
Check out my “Ride the Sky” throw pillow for sweet dreams
Throw Pillow Cover made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric, a stylish statement that will liven up any room. Individually cut and sewn by hand, the pillow cover measures 16″ x 16″, features a double-sided print and is finished with a concealed zipper for ease of care.
In a floral mood? Botanical Blueprints Throw Pillows delivers
“All the leaves are brown and the sky is gray…” I was in NYC last October and was thinking to myself, there has to be a way for me to skip this winter. So… I did, got myself an Amtrak cross country ticket and a month later I was on my way to the West Coast…. oh California Dreaming… became reality. Here’s are a few visual notes from the West Coast.
Half a year later, I am making my way back to the East Coast with a bag full of lovely memories, captured moments and lots of eye candy photographs that I will make available via my print shop on etsy. I will also be updating you on amazing beach house decorating ideas, interior styling and more. Stay looney tuned!
Hey, I always wanted one of those! Right?
Not just another canvas print…
Canvas fine art prints are an amazing way to decorate your walls. They are beautifully wrapped around the stretcher bars (so there’s no icky white on the sides), they come ready to hang and, unless you really want it, there’s no need to frame them. I find that the reproductions made from my original works look amazing on canvas and it makes them look more like paintings than anything. I actually got that quite a few times which is such a compliment.
You can get almost any size from 10×10 to 40×40 or split panel canvas prints. Just drop me an e-mail or contact me via my facebook page and we’ll make something work. The canvas reproductions featured on Minagraphy Print Store are of the highest quality, we use award winning HP Vivera inks that are archival and will last more than 75 years in home display. Our canvas prints are made out of 100% cotton for the best results. You can get these beauties here: Large Canvas Prints
Holiday Market- December 3rd, 4th, and 5th 2010
This Winter Lower East Side Gallery and Boutique NORFOLKSNYC invites you to our three day co-op holiday market, featuring a uniquely curated line up of 30+ artists. FACE TO FACE Holiday Market brings you international and native New York artists and their crafts; ranging from fine art, photography, fashion, jewelry, and accessories for women, men, babies, and pets. If you are looking for the perfect gifts for Christmas, Birthdays, Hanuka, Three Kings Day, or New Years, come frolic and shop at NORFOLKSNYC Holiday Market; meet the artists; and join the festivities on opening night.
NORFOLKSNYC Holiday Market will take place on December 3, 4, 5th 2010 from 12pm-10pm.
Opening Reception December 3rd, 2010 6pm-10pm.
Free Drink with every purchase!
Free Gift Wrapping !
139 Norfolk Street
NY, NY 10002
I stopped buying Christmas trees quite a few years ago. I think we don’t need to sacrifice a tree to bring the Christmas spirit in our homes.
So, following the tradition of Unconventional Christmas Trees and wanting to keep it low budget at the same time, I made this year’s tree out of fallen branches and handmade my ornaments.
Unconventional Christmas Tree How To
FOR THE TREE:
- fallen branches
- spray paint &/or acrylic paints
- potting soil
Pick a few pretty branches from your local park. You can either spray paint them in your favorite colors or paint them by hand. I did a mix of both. The golden ones are spray painted and the blue & yellow ones are hand painted.
NOTE! If you go with the acrylic paint, cover your branches in one layer of white paint before applying your desired color. It makes the final color pop and it takes less colored paint to cover the dark branches.
When all branches are dry, arrange them in a pot. Use potting soil, it makes it easier to arrange the branches.
FOR THE ORNAMENTS:
-old greeting cards
- envelope paper
You can get creative with the materials you use to make your ornaments. Look for whatever you have lying around the house and have fun.
Do a Google search for Handmade Ornaments, you’ll find quite a lot of tutorials and “how to’s”
Back in June, a few of my Coney Island Decorative Photography works were bought by a set designer working for Warner Brothers to be used on the set for Rubicon.
Here are the first screen shots from Episode 10 – Season 1 that aired in September.
Pretty cool, huh? If you guys can get better shots, please send them to me or post a link in the comments section. Thank yousss!
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NEW Works by Mina Georgescu will be on sale at Brooklyn Collective starting this Friday.
More artists and designers than ever before!
Over 30 brand new collections!
THE BROOKLYN COLLECTIVE GRAND RE-OPENING EVENT!
Friday, October 1st
7pm – 11pm
212 Columbia Street
(between Union and Sackett)
Complimentary Cocktails will be served throughout the evening.
PLUS a surprise musical performance!
I am happy to be back with new works from Summer past.
Hope you will enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making them.
Here’s a chance to take the magic of summer with you and place it safely in your living room.
Info: Ride the Sky – 18×12 archival print, decorative photography, home decor
$59.00 – Ride The Sky – Decorative Photography