Photo shoot today for www.eatmywords.org
Chocolate and vanilla skull cakes that are truly ‘to die for!’
All new vintage copper mixing bowl pendant lights from Atelier 688.
Antoine Jouet’s ‘Freedom She Replies’ in its new Hamptons home!
2x 8 x 4 ft acrylic and enamel paint on found wood panels.
Cutlery set with coral, made in Italy in the late 16th century (source).
“This preciously decorated and extremely rare coral cutlery set from the late 1500s would have been only used on extraordinary occasions, such as a wedding, a knighting or a state visit. In the late Renaissance, the guests would typically bring their own cutlery to formal dinners. An expensively decorated cutlery set would have elicited the host’s and other guests’ admiration. Besides, coral was believed to be an antidote against poison. Therefore, in the view of its time this set of cutlery would have offered its bearer special protection during a meal at the table of a rival family or of an untrustworthy foreign ruler.” - from the MIA description
I have a thing for dining sets!
‘Freedom She Replies’ from the series ‘FOUND LOVE’
acrylic and enamel on found wood (2 8 x 4ft panels)
*SOLD (and it wasn’t even for sale yet…)
This lovely Happy Mondays skull cake was dropped off at the atelier this morning and has already made my week!
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Le Grand Bleu
83 x 70” acrylic and oil on unstretched canvas
My friend Dave runs Fathom expeditions www.fathomexpeditions.com and recently got on tumblr to show the world some of his fantastic photos from the poles. Follow him for some great things to come!
La Noche en La Sirena makes it to a curated collection by Saatchi Gallery Director Rebecca Wilson
A few words with yours truly in the latest issue of Sharp Magazine for Men!