October 28, 2011
DPEM is constantly on the search for fun, creative design that integrates sustainable materials. Paper art is re-emerging as another exciting medium for expression. Many designers and writers use digital media as a way to execute and develop their ideas. However, there is something that keeps us coming back to this tangible canvas.
In pursuant of DPEM’s sustainable event production and design elements, paper is also easily repurposed. We love any opportunity to reduce paper waste and give product new life.
Take a look at these images that tell a story of what is possible with paper.
Lindsay Sutherland, Inspiration
October 26, 2011
The Festival Pavilion in Fort Mason has been transformed from a blank canvas into a spectacular maze of decorative arts for the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show. Booths were carpeted, painted and decorated with the one-of-a-kind pieces brought to sell by the exhibitors through the weekend at the show. With an incredible eye for all things exquisite and unique, dealers are showcasing pieces that have traveled from all corners of the world representing all styles and periods.
From delicate crystal and intricate tapestries to gorgeous antiques and stunning paintings, the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show is the chicest show of the year.
Tonight is the Preview Party Gala for decorators, art enthusiasts and supporters alike to get an exclusive sneak peek on the extraordinary pieces before they are available for sale starting tomorrow. Don’t miss on the socialite event of the season! General admission tickets available here: http://sffas.org/
For more information on the stunning showcase, visit the official blog of the SF Fall Antiques Show. Take a look at the booths’ decoration process as exhibitors make the space their own.
Lindsay Sutherland, Upcoming Events
October 19, 2011
For those would couldn’t make the extraordinary event, here is a taste of the delicacies and delights at this year’s Fallfest!
Jenny Appel, Past DPEM Events