Monday
Apr182016

Photobotanicus Fern Statement Pillow

From Uncommon Goods website:  

"Printed with the botanical art of photographer Barry Rosenthal, these oversized cotton canvas pillows showcase the simple beauty of nature with the familiar forms of bright green ferns. The lush images are enlarged and accentuated on their broad white canvasses, making boldly organic statements for a living room, family room or bedroom that will harmonize with many interior palettes, from rustic to eclectic. Punctuated by the artist's signature, the botanical image continues just past the pillow's front panel, adding to the powerful spatial statement of the design. Made in Hendersonville, North Carolina."


Monday
Apr182016

Silver Spoon Glass Platter

From Uncommon Goods website: 

"Serve up a sophisticated combination of fine photography and handmade design with this glass platter. Barry Rosenthal's photograph of found plastic spoons from his beachcombing series "Found in Nature" is elevated artistically through the interplay of silvery silhouettes and an elegantly frosted glass plate. The functional platter references the refined style of silver spoons through the everyday utility of disposable plastic transformed by high design. It's formed from a sheet of partially-recycled glass which is hand cut to size, silkscreened twice, fired, and bent into shape. Whether used for serving or as a display in your decor, the soft lines of the platter make it an eye-catching addition to your kitchen or dining room. Handmade in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania."

  

 

Monday
Apr182016

Botanical Bolsters

From Uncommon Goods website: 

"Printed with the botanical art of photographer Barry Rosenthal, these oversized cotton canvas pillows showcase the simple beauty of nature with the familiar forms of timothy grass. The lush images are enlarged and accentuated on their broad white canvasses, making boldly organic statements for a living room, family room or bedroom that will harmonize with many interior palettes, from rustic to eclectic. Punctuated by the artist's signature, the botanical image continues just past the pillow's front panel, adding to the powerful spatial statement of the design. Made in Hendersonville, North Carolina."