[©Oberto Gili from Home Sweet Home: Sumptuous and Bohemian Interiors, Rizzoli New York 2011. Posted with permission from the publisher.]
Here's a tiny peek inside a book we'll be exploring soon: Oberto Gili's Home Sweet Home: Sumptuous and Bohemian Interiors. Up top, you're looking at the photographer's 1996 shot of paint-stained brushes arranged by color in Ellsworth Kelly's Spencertown, New York studio. (If you're in Atlanta, check out this Kelly at the High.)
[Photos my own unless noted otherwise.]
This afternoon I was out in the field to see for myself if Nomad had arrived at a local Anthro. Along the way, I stumbled upon the biggest bouquet of functional colored pencils I've ever seen -- big meaning the pencils themselves were huge.
Stacked below a small display of Sibella Court's hardware in the Lenox store, I spied a copy of her third edition so I nabbed a copy for myself. More on that to come.