Filed under: architecture, art, design, food+beverage, green, hospitality | Tags: communications in los angeles, pr firms, pr firms la, pr firms los angeles, public relations, SEO
Let’s qualify that, just a bit. PR as commonly used (the placement of client news in the media) is dead–just as traditional media outlets are transforming and usage trends indicate that folks are forging an entirely new way to consume media.
As a cultural communications firm, we spend a lot of time looking at and analyzing people’s behavior, and what we’ve found out about people today is startlingly different than the 20th century.
Filed under: art, design, food+beverage, green | Tags: art, CAAM, food, green, human rights, skirball, sustainbability, urban homesteading, urban planning
An Idea Called Tomorrow is on view – now through March 7, 2010 – at two Los Angeles institutions, as part of a unique collaborative partnership between the California African American Museum (CAAM) and the Skirball Cultural Center. Co-conceived by CAAM and the Skirball and organized by CAAM, with the goal of inspiring visitors to reflect upon the active role we must all play in bringing about a more just, equitable, and peaceful future, An Idea Called Tomorrow showcases new works by fifteen contemporary artists that imagine what a civil future looks like.
Filed under: art, design, green | Tags: art, bark beetle, design, fine art, green, interior design, los angles, sustainable design
Here’s a great endorsement of the latest at Samuel Freeman, courtesy of Lisa Boone with the Los Angeles Times Home Section:
Littrell’s turned-wood MvCvT tables (an acronym for Man vs. Climate Change vs. Trees), left, does just that. The tables, which cost about $800, are made from wood culled from groves just outside Los Angeles — timber that was slated for destruction by the U.S. Forest Service.”
Filed under: architecture, art, design, green, hospitality, travel | Tags: green, home gardening, travel, urban homesteading
Launching in 2010, sipH2O’s Verde Series planters promise perfect plants for imperfect gardeners.
Also, watch out for the Mediterranean’s (well, the Adriatic to be exact) newest playground: Montenegro. Artist Cal Lane plasma torches a de-comissioned military submarine into a delicate lace as part of Porto Montenegro development, Southern Europe’s newest travel destination.
Stay tuned for more.
Filed under: art, design, event, green | Tags: adam wolpert, art, gallery, kent twitchell, look gallery, Los Angeles, peter frank
LOOK Gallery is back for a second time, with Painting Space, an exhibition of new work by Northern California painter Adam Wolpert (formerly represented by Jan Baum). Peter Frank – Curator. Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: A new exhibition by artist Mineo Mizuno challenges the definition of “glaze” by incorporating living moss. On view at Samuel Freeman, February 14 to March 21, 2009. Read on for complete press release. Continue reading