Tuesday, February 8, 2011
Jason Pollan for West Elm
West Elm has a HUGE array of amazing things this season - including surface designed bath, tabletop and decor pieces by Jason Pollan.
Jason has a really awesome naive and human style and I love the simplicity of his drawings. My old drawing teachers would have swooned over his gestural style. I remember trying to draw with a piece of charcoal attached to the end of a huge stick.
THAT's how I feel about his drawings. They look easy and hard to draw at the same time.
Jason runs a blog called everypersoninnewyork.blogspot.com where he's drawing... yes, you guessed it... Every person in New York that he can possibly catch. There are some great loose drawings of the colorful characters of the city.
I love the small details about where and when they show up. I hope he manages to reach his goal!
We went over to West Elm on a chilly Saturday and ran into these amazing bath accessories by Jason Pollan.
Right now they're lying about on our huge white table, collecting random things, rings, change, pencils. I'm apparently not going to use them in the bathroom (we have a shared bathroom with the rest of the 6th floor here at PB), so I think I'll just admire them as "Stuff Holders".
The tumbler is already my pencil cup of choice.
We also grabbed this amazing mustard pillow with a HUGE faceted burst on it. I know the dogs would like to use this as well, but for now I'll keep it far far out of their reach.
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