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This image？of a charming plywood platform bed？reminded us of the late Tobias Wong’；s bed made of a mattress on top of a grouping of file cabinets.？？No need for an OFFICIAL bed， of the grand style seen on every home blog and magazine. A good mattress on a flat sturdy slab is a simple formula. And that slab can be anythingpersonalized christmas ornaments， from the floor…；？burlap throw pillow covers
…；stylist Jeffrey Miller’；s bed looks pristine？and slighly monkish…；
…；to a low defining platform via Donald Judd…；
…；to pallets in various stacks and combinations.？Martin Kippenberger？made a？pallet-ish bed platform from the 1980’s
…；but found or bought shipping pallets do the trick just fine...
An？assemblage of crates takes it to another level (literally)..
Karen Jiles?here with you today and I’d like to show you my seashore themed mini album.I really enjoyed creating this mini book with the Sails and Shells collection. I loved the colors of the collection and how beautifully the elements coordinated. The collection included different base textures: corrugated board, patterned fabric, and burlap, providing so many fun textures to create with.
(Video link here.) We were so very sad to learn that David Bowie passed away yesterday. He was a serious pioneer in many forms of expression: pop, fashion gender, electronica, to name a few. ?Reading tributes and listening to his music, we found two videos in which?he talked about a technique he used in the seventies called “cut-up“: a text was cut up and rearranged to make a new text. (It was?used by the Dadaists?of the 1920s and William S. Burroughs?in the 50’s and 60’s, among other artists).?Although?Bowie?used the method to write a couple of songs he?found it had a greater purpose: