Candy. It’s a theme that seems to be universal and forever current. From the ubiquitous candy bar at parties, to the popularity of trendy sweet shops like Dylan’s Candy Bar and IT’SUGAR, candy’s moment is here! It’s no wonder candy and sweets have trickled their sticky selves into interior design. […]
Sam Simon creates beautiful murals and paintings on canvas for homes and businesses.
New York, NY
Another trip around the sun is almost complete, and as I sit at my friend’s house—I’m hanging at his place looking in on his cat, Janet Jackson—I’m taking some time to look back at 2015 and some of this year’s standout projects and trends.
No matter the time of year, I think the world is always in need of more love. And what better way to add a little love to your walls than with this amazing graffiti-inspired artwork featuring candy-colored hearts. […]
I traveled for the first time this month to experience the big momma of all the home furnishing trade shows, the High Point Market in North Carolina. Over 75,000 people flood the small town of High Point every six months in search of interesting finds and the hottest trends. […]
I totally went back to school, and I’m not even mad about it! When the fantastic Kelly Burdge, an art educator at West Villages Elementary School in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts, asked for my help on a very special project, I knew I had to get involved! […]
I was recently presented with a fun challenge from one of my favorite clients—she asked me to create a polka dot inspired wall pattern that felt graphic and modern but still had a little romance. I love the trend of polka dots, but I wanted to do something a bit more unique […]
Our biggest commodity is time, and it moves so fast! I swear May and June seem like they were just last week! Somehow it’s already August. What? I’ve only been to the beach twice this summer, and I’m still pasty. Seriously, summer is so fleeting. […]
What is abstract art? So here’s the deal. Abstract art doesn’t try to represent an actual recognizable image—it’s too cool for that. Instead, artists that work in abstraction utilize random shapes, colors or any sort of forms or marks to achieve the desired look. […]