Just brushing up on some etiquette for the new century. Starting small!
French porcelain Giorgio Moroder platter by Pierre Blanc.
You don’t understand. I must have this. It matches my great-grandmother’s Limoges tea set. I’m serious.
This entire house is covered in black neoprene. It was designed in 1981 by Tom Pritchard of Madderlake Designs for the ballet choreographer Eugene Loring. I’m so jealous that Willem Dafoe gets to live there.
Definitely think the bathroom in my Kaleidoscope house needs a little-“Little Nude”
Tom Wesselmann (1931-2004)
7½ x 7¾ x 1 in. (19.1 x 19.7 x 2.5 mm.)
Signed, numbered and dated ‘Wesselmann 66 26/75’ (on the reverse)
3-color spray-painted vacuum-formed Plexiglas
Executed in 1966. This work is number twenty-six from an edition of seventy-five plus twenty-five artist’s proofs.
This piece sold at Christie’s Open House sale in July for $10,625 (estimated at $6,000 - $8,00). Hey, here is a free idea for a rich person. Buy a whole bunch and decorate one of your water closets around them. That’s what I would do. I’ve already picked out like three wallpaper options for you, selected linens, hardware, lighting fixtures and everything. In my head. Call me.
Surveillance cameras observe a fox exploring the Tudor and Georgian rooms of the National Portrait Gallery at night.
Sweet! Foxy on the run.
Bo Christian Larsson
30 x 120 x 50 cm
Courtesy and Copyright The Artist and Galleri Bo Bjerggaard
At Eloise Moorehead,
It’s like the lights are on -
But nobody’s home!
(Instagram pictures of lamps in my apartment)
Obviously, I will be making a “Tinybook” of my Instagram pictures in miniature for the dollhouse.