Tag Archives: Curation

THE NWBLK

Inside The NWBLK

By Regina Connell. Let’s say you’re a brick and mortar purveyor of objects of some kind. Traditionally, you’d choose between being a gallery or a store. Or, perhaps you’d settle for a hybrid version of the two. The problem is, … Continue reading

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Profile: Anna Hillegass/Foundry Home Goods Store

Foundry_4_Spoons

By Anna Hoeschen. “What’s your story?” That’s one of those questions we’ve been hearing a lot recently. Sometimes we hear stories are perfectly constructed works of fiction. Sometimes we hear the complete truth. The problem with words is that they … Continue reading

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The Craft of Curation: Rare Device

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By Regina Connell. Picture this. An uninspired stretch of San Francisco’s Market Street in a no-man’s land between four slowly gentrifying neighborhoods. An independent store/gallery, selling a little bit of this and that for the home, with nary a major … Continue reading

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Profile: Federico de Vera

Saint's hands in stone

By Coralie Langston-Jones. Every girl wants to be Federico de Vera’s best friend. Not just because he’s mischievous, thoughtful, and playful, but also because his abundant knowledge of the eclectic, the artful, and the beautiful is so intriguing. Federico is … Continue reading

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