Color + Art
What better time to freshen a home’s look than at the beginning of a new year and a new decade to boot? We published our 2020 color and design trend report last year, and now it’s time to see if those colors and trends suit you.
Some things are worth the wait. Ask Katie Thierjung, the founder of The Uncommon Place, an online shop full of colorful pieces of flair and art prints. Earlier this year, she was “speechless” when Dunn-Edwards reached out about a potential partnership.
This October, Dunn-Edwards supported the non-profit Ladies Who Paint and their female artist-only mural festival in San Diego. Dunn-Edwards had the pleasure of supplying paint to the ten diverse artists who added beauty to San Diego’s East Village in the form of large-scale murals.
What is the influence of color? This was the topic of conversation at the Dunn-Edwards 2020 Trends Event held at ORLY® Color Labs in Hollywood, Calif., on Nov.14. The event was a preview and celebration for the brand’s 2020 Trends Collection that features three unique product collaborations spanning the worlds of beauty, fashion and home.
While Bob Baker Marionettes soft-launched at its new digs this summer, its formal grand opening, complete with official ribbon cutting and plaque dedication to Dunn-Edwards, will be held on November 29.
The East Coast might be king of autumn foliage, but western states offer their own beautiful fall display in a variety of nuances as wide ranging as the vastness of our western landscape.
Jaclyn Johnson, CEO of Create & Cultivate, the career conference and digital media platform juggernaut, has returned to her Downtown L.A. roots, this time with a stylish and refined work space.
The desire to reset and rejuvenate in the wilds of Joshua Tree is a common thread for artist Linda Pappa and desert-living lifestyle brand creators Sara and Rich Combs of the Joshua Tree House.
Betty Willis — the artist behind the neon sign that has inspired countless selfies, T-shirts and other tchotchkes — was also the creative genius behind the Blue Angel.
The path to becoming a working artist for Caroline Geys was anything but a straight line.