Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Space of the Week: The City's Newest Tattoo Parlor Doubles As a Reality-TV Set

Design Hunting


  • Careful Where You Sit
    Hot young Chilean-born designer Sebastian Errazuriz takes over the Cristina Grajales Gallery with 21 pieces of furniture inspired by pianos, porcupines, and other unusual sources.
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  • Folk-Modern Mash-ups
    A host of design superstars including Stephen Burks and Patricia Urquiola will be represented at the Museum of Arts and Design’s new show, “Are You a Hybrid?,” opening Tuesday. More  ›
  • The Upper West Souk
    One hundred design professionals from around the country will be peddling their wares at Crafts on Columbus, an annual fair of artisanal goods spanning a four-block stretch of the Upper West Side. More  ›
  • Calling All Screwballs
    Red Hook artist haven Screwball Spaces is opening its doors to the public this weekend, featuring work from more than 70 artists from an array of disciplines. More  ›
Design Hunting

space of the week

No Pain, No Fame

The city’s newest tattoo parlor doubles as a reality-TV set. Slideshow  ›

There will be a rotating slate of exhibits in the gallery.

The Belgium-sourced patterned floor tiles are from the thirties.

A work by Shepard Fairey presides over tattooists as they perfect their designs.

The Best Bet

BoConcept Storage Bed

The ingenious flip-up bed doubles as a queen-size chest for stowing winter clothes and luggage.
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first look

The Under-the-Radar A-Lister

As his new book demonstrates, Matthew Patrick Smyth is that rare bird in the design business: a genuine talent with virtually no ego.
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Modern Anthology, the Dumbo arbiter of domestic manliness, is discounting its Moore & Giles travel bags in time for late-spring getaways. Mention this newsletter and get 20 percent off any piece of the collection, normally $635 to $735 (68 Jay St. at Water St., Dumbo; 718-522-3020).


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