I couldn't resist sharing this lunchbox remake of Charlie's Angels taking down Bin Laden. Walter Robinson is a San Francisco sculptor whose funny, unsettling conceptual objects and installations focus on language and culture. Working in a range of materials— wood, epoxy, metal, and found objects— he hand-fabricates and assembles commentaries about politics, advertising, identity and desire. Using text and the strategies of appropriation, conflation, and dislocation, he reveals the subconscious human imperatives hidden beneath political, religious, and capitalist packaging. Robinson is a graduate of Lone Mountain College in San Francisco; his work is represented by Catharine Clark Gallery in San Francisco and Charlie James Gallery in Los Angeles.
Lunchbox Digital prints on archival paper of photoshopped vintage lunchbox interventions, six different images 14″w x 11″h $150 each available at Shadowshopper.
Interior design is a large universe full of ideas and inspiration. At HallReady I want to focus on a niche of design, the art of display. My goal for this blog is simple, to showcase a variety of ways to present art whether it's in the bedroom, kitchen or down the hall. Examples will include photos, paintings, taxidermy, collected objects, fun products and more. I'll look at a wide range of art, from homemade to gallery purchased, and investigate how framing, grouping, and coordinating art with surrounding objects can make a statement.
I'm Kate Shaw and I've worked as a photographer and in design magazine publishing. My love for interiors began with the gift of a book about Martha's Vineyard style when I was 12 years old. Since then I've been obsessed with all things related to art and interior design. Reach me at HALLREADYBLOG@gmail.com