I'm participating in Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch. Thanks to Susan! This used to be a telephone factory and it was built to last. Now it's an art, design, and coolness factory. Once a year we get a look inside. Design fans, you'll want to see the a few pictures of a French style collection in the postscript.
In this beautiful industrial building:
In lofts like this:
I did the Telephone Factory Art Show on Sunday. (I did the Fulton Cotton and Bag Mill tour on Saturday). Mark your calendar for next year: First weekend in December, great loft buildings, great lofts, great art, great people, great time.
By Matthew Mayes: end of hall Zen View
Artist / photographer Susan Poindexter showed photographs printed on a variety of fabrics. Recognize Rhodes Hall?
by Susan Poindexter:
By Mary Klein, a founder of the Telephone Factory Art Show
by Alex Leopold
Clay artist Gwen Fryar
by Gwen Fryar
Clay artist Lori Buff
Sir Fred Gear and his polar bear band
by Jennifer Henley
Thanks so much.
P.S. A few design pix from Caryn Grossman - cg creative interiors to compliment Claire Watkins Interior Design's High Gloss Blue post. You need to click the pictures and make them bigger so you can see the details.
Thanks to Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch.
Building of the Day: 233-237 Butler Street
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