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June 13, 2014

Do to a continuing high level of spam comments, we have been forced to turn off the comment section of...

A Design Desert at the Met
May 06, 2014

Judging from the online photos in the NY Times, the biggest problem with the parade at the Met’s Costume Institute...

Meaningful Art For Pattern People
April 01, 2014

John Westmark show at the Gibbes in Charleston! Rarely do we find exceptionable art that is conceptually developed around paper...

Can't Miss This!!
March 06, 2014

Some of you may wonder why I am such an apostle for Madeleine Vionnet's work from the 1930's and why...