And I don't want to go back to mine Back...
I look around for a plot to claim
Build a home, and have it all. (glasser, landscape)
November is for chasing the fading light. I took a quick trip to Berkeley, California this past weekend, where the trees were burning with fire stained colors, a slow cascade to the ground, in preparation for winter. Glasser's latest album, "Interiors" is playing in the studio, full of intent, melodic confusion, and vocal clarity. The beat moves on, on, and on ( until off) and carries on over the hills as the sun begins to rise this very morning. - David John
1. Kim Fisher, painter
2. Since 1997, Tracey Reinberg worked with some of the most venerable names in the contract furnishings industry: Knoll, Maharam, Designtex, among others—providing impeccable motifs for their fabric and wallcovering lines. While living in the Southwest of France from 2008 to 2010, she was finally able to move forward with her long-held desire to produce a line of cement tile, a material with which she was familiar and had always admired from her childhood in San Antonio, where cement encaustic tile is widely used in the gorgeous Spanish Revival architecture so prevalent in the area. Working with one of the most respected factories in Morocco, Tracey now brings you Kismet Tile.
Kismet Tile is cement tile crafted according to traditional materials and methods but with bold, modern motifs. Still there, however, is the intricacy of patterning and possibility which makes the traditional designs so compelling.