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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

NY NOW 2013: Typography Trend in Decor

NY NOW, the premiere market for Home and Style came by storm this month showcasing 2800 exhibitors at the Jacobs K. Javits Convention Center. New collections and vibrant graphics were abound to personalize your home... especially words that state an opinion seemed to be a trend. The quirky, the unique and a save the earth mentality was apparent in different playful and modern applications...

State what's on your mind with Alexandra Ferguson's Eco-friendly pillows. 

Alexandra Ferguson

Love the whimsical graphics and  vibrant colors against its neutral felt covers. Her eco-aware pillows are made out of 100% recycled materials: the felt covers are made out of recycled plastic PET containers with plastic polyfill inserts. I love that it is made in the U.S.A.! All covers have zippers for easy maintenance.

Natural Curiosities

The multi-artist house of creativity called Natural Curiosities breathes expressive and vital artwork that reflects an attitude. Their production process is made in their Los Angeles studio, made by their hands with applications after they print. Art can be created by anyone and everyone with their unique typographic art....

Natural Curiosities

The love collection is an ever changing message of love to be created by you using alphabet, numbers, punctuation marks and hearts. The font is created with shoe polish and layering individual letters over vintage letters. Love that it is printed on acid-free paper! 

Vagabond vintage

Cool over-scaled, carefully crafted industrial letter light fixtures from Vagabond vintageThe letters reminds me of an old nostalgic marquee.  

Primitives by Kathy

Create a powerful wall that collage cheeky ideas and make a statement. The distressed looking box signs by Primitives by Kathy can hang on a wall, sit on a desk or on stack on the floor. Fun and whimsical!

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