A Design Frame of Mind

January 24th, 2020

Skyframe is here to make the case for leading the interior design process with a “Art and Framing First Mentality”. Read below for reasons why our staff and colleagues prefer to let artwork guide the mood for each space. Feel free to chime in on this hotly debated topic in the comments! Art can determine […]

    Ari Diaconis was a beloved Skyframe client, but much more than that, he was an artist, writer, musician and lawyer. He was born on October 15, 1984 and graduated from University of Vermont where he studied economics, philosophy and Afro-Cuban percussion. Ari went on to graduate magna cum laude and Order of the Coif from […]

      Have A Sweet New Year

      December 30th, 2019

      One of our favorite parts of any celebration is the gathering together and of course, the food! So we sourced one of the most delicious illustrations we could find. These Peruvian desserts are courtesy of artist Kat Flores, a member of our Skylab Printing Department. Schedule an appointment with us to print and frame something […]

      Last Minute Gift Exchange?

      December 16th, 2019

           

      Flip through almost any magazine and land on an ad campaign. Chances are it’s the work of NYC based photographer, Lynda Churilla. Take a quick F train to Soho and you can even see her work being turned in to a painted billboard mural for Tory Burch. Her work, however, extends far beyond fragrances and […]

        Some photographers go to great heights- literally-to catch a shot. That’s exactly what Dinesh Boaz does. Dinesh bravely charters helicopters for each shoot and is able to plan and capture a birds eye view of what’s below him. He even goes as far as to fly without any doors so the views are not obstructed. […]

          Many of Andy Warhol’s films were plotless. Warhol felt that capturing time on film was interesting enough to suffice a plot. New York based artist, Ariel Benichou ranks Warhol among his biggest inspirations. It’s no surprise then, that much of Benichou’s work depicts the concept of time. His work, most notably silkscreen prints of luxury […]

            Don’t toy with Valerie Carmet. She will most certainly do it better. The Whimsical artist creates memorable works of art using found objects such as her children’s discarded toys. “In my early years, I unfortunately did not get to be a child-now I take toys and play with them artistically. Assembling them in a way […]

              At first, Polo Ponies and Nor’easter storms don’t seem to have much connective tissue; however the two (among several other subjects) find themselves inextricably linked by photographer, Bob Tabor and the Mythical Hamptons where he resides. His work, however, is not a Pulitzer paisley wrapped in seagrass. Through his stunning images, Tabor captures the living […]