For more wonderful imagery: Surtex NYC Trend Update Part Two – Color, Chaos & Creativity
Stop by and see this wonderful work of art created by our friends Tommy Taylor & Will Lawless at Senga Workshop.
Sharing some seasonal favorite finds with Harvest hot color highlights! Truly some global greats from 2016….
For more great images: Harvest Hot Colors
Thankful for this rainy Saturday so I can catch up on life….seems like the past 28 years of growing Design Works International, our NYC based design studio, has been a non-stop labor of love…and on Monday August 1st we are officially in our new location at 494 8th Ave. (entrance on 35th street on the 12th floor)…phone number remains the 212-594-0777.
This labor of love is proud to acknowledge our amazing team of sales consultants, textile and graphic designers, interior specialists as well as trend, color and fabric liaisons.
More from the original post: Passion For Products-A Designer’s Life
This beautiful blank slate at 494 8th Avenue will soon be our new home. While our address is changing, our phone numbers and emails will remain the same so we can stay connected to you. The office will be closed Thursday and Friday, July 28th and 29th, so we can be up and running at 494 on Monday, August 1st. We thank you all for your patience while we settle in – we can’t wait to welcome you to 494!
Click map below to get directions.
At Design Works International, we believe that ultimately it all begins with the artist and their talents. Computers are simply the next generation of tools which extend the brush and paint or pencil and paper.
With the focus of our society on technology and social media, it’s nice to see the younger generation still involving themselves in the creation of art using traditional media. NYC is home to some amazing places to see and experience art and here are some great stories about a few up-and-comers who inspire us.
We hope that more kids will show us their wonderful creations and maybe they will be the next generation of designers here at Design Works International.
Click images to read the original stories.