This past weekend I finally got to catch up on some of my favorite glossies. With Domino back in the mix (my very favorite shelter mag), I devoured their Summer 2014 issue and nearly earmarked every page. I know we pretty much all love them and their praises have been sung ad nauseam, but they do such a beautiful job of mixing high end pieces with accessible decor in an effortless way. One new-to-me company I learned about in this issue is NG Collective. Started by sisters and artists Laura Naples and Kristin Giorgi, NG Collective features their artwork, as well as graphic textiles, books, and pillows.
The sisters run their online store together, despite living halfway across the country from each other. Laura lives in Hudson, Ohio, where the sisters grew up, and Kristin lives in Atlanta. They feel that the distance between them helps each of them bring a unique perspective to their collective work. Here are a few of my favorite pieces from their shop:
1.) Painterly Dyptich $Price on Request/2.) 5" x 7" NG Mini.9 Print $50/3.) 4.) 20" x 20" Hand Painted Pillow in "Korthos" $125/5.) 18" x 18" Klara $Price On Request/6.) Kolette Print $Price on Request/7.) 22" x 30" Kosta Print $Price on Request
Some of their watercolors remind me of artist Sally King Benedict's works (who was also the cover girl of this month's Domino!). I love the free flow of them. Finding unique and affordable art that speaks to you is not the easiest task, so I'm thrilled to have discovered NG Collective.
Any favorite artists or art resources? Share them with me in the comments! I'm always searching for new inspiration.