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Glenn Gets Galvanized (and a visit from Tom Luciano)

. Even at the one-year-anniversary-of-my-still-very old-house in Connecticut I continue to gear-up with more gear. As you can see here, galvanized metal figures prominently in my weekends. Galvanized metal is an ‘old-school’ material, predating plastic, evoking ‘times gone by’ (and … Continue reading

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Inspiration in My Social Media Tribe – Photographers

I like social media. One of the primary reasons I like it so much is for the many very talented and interesting people I follow, individuals who provide a nearly endless stream of visual delights (I might be insatiable in … Continue reading

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Magic Happens in the Camera

I love photography. And I love working with photographers to shoot images (can we still call them ‘pictures’ in the digital age?) of my design projects. I have had a long and fruitful collaborative working relationship with Steve Gross and … Continue reading

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What did YOUR childhood bedroom look like?

Hang, 5 years old, attends boarding school in Bejing China I  REALLY  like printed matter! I am always on the lookout for books on interiors, photography, history, fashion, culture, art, architecture; places I have never been to, as well as ones I … Continue reading

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The Perfect Book for a Holiday Gift 2013

Some media forecasters predict that in the ‘future’, while we will still have printed matter, it will increasingly be seen as luxury goods – especially books. For me, large format picture books have always been a luxury, a luxury that endures time. … Continue reading

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