The luxe and eclectic imagery of Fluorescent Palace’s pop art digitally-printed canvases make for a stunning body of work: think liquid chandeliers and goddess glamor rolled into an edgy, punky package. Artists Eric Hajjar and Meredith Rose couple film-based photography and design elements with a tongue-in-cheek sensibility that is both glamorous and hardcore. Dress up any room with these refreshing works of art; they’re couture-worthy conversation-starters.
From a detailed breakdown of a vintage camera's components, to a diagram of Mr. Potato Head, these technical drawings, many quite cheeky, are must-haves if you’re a chic geek.
From cabs speeding down a fashion-y stretch of Fifth Avenue, to figural drawings of a 1930s shoe, these vibrant images are all about sartorial style (mixed with urban spirit). They’ll add color and energy to any room, and are a must for avid September-issue readers everywhere.
We’ve made it easy for you to fashion a space that’s ideal for relaxing with friends over cocktails. Get a rustic, retro vibe going with glass decanters, vintage-style bottles, and plenty more evocative accents.
We’re a big fan of contrasts in design — and that’s why we’re so taken with color combinations like yellow and gray. The blend of energy and neutrality keeps the eye engaged, but not overwhelmed; it’s a daring yet easy-to-live-with look.