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Monthly Archives: December 2010

Audrey Louise Reynolds received a wonderful write-up today in the Times.

I am not a huge fan of the tie-dying effect, but Ms. Reynolds pursuit of natural dyes and one-of-a-kind pieces are refreshing.  With the creation of subtle highs and lows in color, creating texture and pattern her creations are hard to reproduce.  This results in a three-fold advantage.  One, it is insurance to the owner that this designer garment is unique.  Two, there is a more accountable reason for the pricing (all of her dyes are from natural and recycled methods), and three, the garment is hard for mass-market companies to re-produce.  This is and will continue to be a trend for the high-end market.  Fashionistas always want to have something current that no one else can get.


James Blake LP’s in CMYK are note perfect.  Color theory at work in transparent records!  The sad truth is that digital music and colors robs us of some sounds and colors that even the most advanced technology can not capture.  For the real thing, in person is always best.

re-posted from Laughing Squid.