“All the products in my shop are unique,so they are numbered.
I accept personalized orders,just drop a line and I’ll answer.
You can also see more of my work in my flickr |check out my profile|
I enjoy to make my crafts and artwork and I spend the time necessary to make every single one very special.” -kjoo
Seems like the real thing !!
Very impessive design concepts create the illusion of reality for this exquisite graphic product
A classic Dbros product
The jewels even give the impression of shining
Included in the gift envelope is a “mini card” to wite your greeting message
The reverse side of the paper jewels are printed in single colour gold – again making the deception even more realistic
The paper jewels are held together with eyelets
When not being worn it can be used in a variety of other ways eg room or xmas tree decoration.”
“Printed Matter, Inc. is the world’s largest non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of publications made by artists. Founded as a for-profit alternative arts space in 1976 by artists and artworkers, Printed Matter reincorporated in 1978 to become the independent non-profit organization that it is today. Originally situated in Tribeca, Printed Matter moved to SoHo in 1989 where for twelve years the book displays and artists’ projects in the large storefront windows contributed to the artistic and intellectual vibrancy of the neighborhood. In 2001 Printed Matter relocated to Chelsea, where it continued to foreground the book as an alternative venue – or artistic medium – for artists’ projects and ideas. Finally, in December of 2005 Printed Matter moved into a new storefront in Chelsea with big windows and greatly increased display and exhibition space. Recognized for years as an essential voice in the increasingly diversified art world conversations and debates, Printed Matter is dedicated to the examination and interrogation of the changing role of artists’ publications in the landscape of contemporary art.
Printed Matter’s mission is to foster the appreciation, dissemination, and understanding of artists’ publications, which we define as books or other editioned publications conceived by artists as art works, or, more succinctly, as “artwork for the page.” Printed Matter specializes in publications produced in large, inexpensive editions and therefore does not deal in “book arts” or “book objects” which are often produced in smaller, more expensive editions due to the craft and labor involved in their fabrication.”
Link: It’s Nice That.
“It’s Nice That is a daily blog launched in April 2007 by designers Will Hudson and Jez Burrows to locate, collect and share Nice things.
It seemed to them that, without anyone noticing, ‘nice’ had become this limp opinion neither complimentary or constructive. A weak and ambiguous non-word that ended up sounding snide or inadequate even when it was offered genuinely. Stepping forward, they decided to take back Nice and turn it into a steely workhorse of a word, significant and sincere, with a renewed purpose.
So what is it? It’s an idea you wish you thought of first – succinct, beautiful and well executed. Although primarily interested in emerging creative work they also realise that it’s not the be-all and end-all. They want to tell and be told about ideas, originality, imagination and creativity in any context. Not the best, the biggest or the most popular, just things to give you that quick jolt of passing attraction that makes you think ‘It’s nice that.’
Link: Sara De Bondt.
“Book Ends (2004)
A pile of discarded printed matter turned into book ends, by means of two holes and two screws. Originally developed for Shift! magazine’s issue based around recycling old editions. With thanks to Steve at Xtraprint for the trimming.”
Quote: Barnabe Barnes