Tag Archives: Wabi Sabi

elworthy studio: Where Art Meets Function

Clair Obscur textiles (Gold:Bronze:Black)

By Regina Connell. I have always been a little standoffish about wallpaper, most likely because I don’t particularly embrace pattern. And anyone who knows me will nod vigorously when I say I struggle with color. So the combination of color … Continue reading

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Hygge and All That: What’s Found in Translation

Wabi Sabi

By Regina Connell. Language. It unites, it separates, it delights. In this political season when words are mostly used to unite in order to divide, I’m focusing on the delight side of things. Language reveals what individual cultures choose to notice … Continue reading

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Beauty in All Things: Japanese Art & Design@MAD

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By Regina Connell. Why is Japanese design such an inspiration to so many? Ask a creative (a designer, architect, artist, craftsperson, or the like) and this is the typical response: a little sigh, a slight eye-rolling, followed by profoundly unhelpful … Continue reading

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