Chen Chen invites you to the Sight Unseen's first pop-up shop:
Friday at 12:00pm - May 16 at 7:00pm
The American Design Building at Great Jones Lumber
45 Great Jones Street
New York, NY
Sight Unseen’s first pop-up shop will fill the ground floor of the Great Jones Lumber building with eccentric and mostly handmade wares by up-and-coming talents in art, design, and fashion — including a section of specially commissioned, one-of-a-kind wearable objects by the likes of Jim Drain, Confetti System, Study O Portable, Lauren Manoogian, Shabd, Tanya Aguiniga, Fredericks and Mae, Monika Wyndham, Kristin Victoria Barron, Lindsey Adelman, Chen Chen, Pascale Gueracague, Shanan Campanero, Bec Brittain, Raw Color, SuTurno, and Renata Abbade.
The shop itself will feature existing works by those artists and more: kites and masks by Fredericks and Mae, jewelry and paperweights by Iacoli & McAllister, Plumen lightbulbs by Hulger, ceramics by Jason Rosenberg, wall weavings by Alex Segreti and Kelly Rakowski, books by Gestalten, handpainted pillows by Wary Meyers, handpainted lamps by Jonah Takagi, wooden tools by Matylda Krzykowski, pillows by Eskayel, handpainted plates and pencils by Paperstore, macrame plant holders by Renata Abbade, chairs by Nightwood, and totes by Baggu, who will have an artist on hand Saturday afternoon to adorn each purchase with the wearer’s initials. There will also be a poster wall with works on paper curated by James Gaddy of Interview magazine.
Please invite your friends and help us spread the word!
I am very pleased to announce that Kimberly Lewis is now the proud owner of her own business and you can see her at www.KimberlyLewisHome.com
I wanted to give you a quick update on my business. I just recently launched my e-commerce website! My wallpaper is officially for sale. I will also be at ICFF in the IDSA booth with my own space carved out for my wallpaper. I'll be in booth #801 on the far left wall when you walk in where the IDSA booth usually is. If you are attending pop on over and say hello!
And just to pull a very nice intro off Kimberly's website:
"All Kimberly Lewis Home wallpaper is designed in Brooklyn, New York and hand- printed in the United States using environmentally friendly water-based ink and clay-coated paper. We believe that community is an integral part of the creative process, and make it our priority to utilize local artisans and manufacturers every step of the way."
This is, of course, very exciting news! And Kimberly has been working hard and successfully at establishing her identity which is crisp and clean extraordinarily professional; Check out the site, check out her client list!!
Kimberly, we all wish you the best of luck with your new venture and support from all the ID alum with your future endeavors!
Please lend a hand for a great cause being led by a dear friend. Read below;
There will be an art auction to benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society this May at the LLS Corporate Offices in White Plains, NY (exact date and venue to be confirmed). If you would like to donate a piece to help this worthy cause please contact Local Team Captain and friend Maria Dunleavy in New Rochelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an opportunity to support a terrific cause by offering unique, high-quality work that only Pratt Students and working professionals could offer. It's a great thing to do! Thanks and please see some additional info below, Andy
Team In Training® - Brief Overview
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team In Training program (TNT) is the largest endurance sports training program in the world. Since 1988, when the first team was formed, the program has helped 420,000 people achieve their dream of completing a marathon, half marathon, triathlon or 100-mile century ride. More importantly, TNT participants have raised over $1 billion on behalf of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society®. We are proud to see how far we have grown and how many lives we have changed.
Each TNT participant competes in tribute to a local blood cancer patient, called an Honored Teammate. TNT athletes often claim that their Honored Teammates provide them with the inspiration and motivation needed to finish a race. Participants may also choose a family member who has been affected by a blood cancer. It helps participants realize the importance of the mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Our mission is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families.
TNT participants come from all walks of life – from novice to seasoned athletes. An experienced coach leads participants through a comprehensive four to six month training program designed to suit each individual’s physical goals and abilities. Participants are trained for optimum personal performance and receive sound advice on form and technique, race and ride strategies, equipment, injury prevention and nutrition. Participants gain a sense of camaraderie by training with their team members and working together to achieve both their fundraising and training goals. Each new member receives guidance from their TNT Mentor, who is a past participant available to offer additional support.
Each TNT participant is required to reach a fundraising goal determined by the event in which they choose to participate. The Society provides participants the various tools, strategies and support needed to attain their fundraising goals. In addition to the training, TNT members receive round-trip airfare to the event destination, hotel room (based on double occupancy), race entry, tickets to event weekend parties, race day apparel and other TNT goodies in return for their fundraising.
About The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, headquartered in White Plains, NY with 66 chapters in the United States and Canada, is the world’s largest voluntary health organization dedicated to funding blood cancer research and providing education and patient services. Since it’s founding in 1949, the Society has invested more than $750 million in research-over $70 million in 2009- specifically targeting leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Last year alone, the Society made 6.3 million contacts with patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals.
We hope you will be joining the TEAM soon!!
For more information please visit us at www.teamintraining.org