So what do you get the New Yorker who already has everything? According to Christopher Gow and Jamie Creel, something from their store.
Creel and Gow, which specializes in objects that come from—or are inspired by—Mother Nature, offers a contemporary twist on the Renaissance idea of a Cabinet of Curiosities or Wunderkammer (literally, “chamber of Read More
Gary Sohmers knows something about the value of a campaign. The pop culture expert who spent 13 seasons appraising items on Antiques Roadshow on PBS spoke to The Observer on how we can make a pretty penny off of this election cycle’s memorabilia. The answer? Buttons!
Charles Saatchi is the most influential collector of the past 25 years, and one of the most controversial. Notorious for never appearing at his own openings and for not granting interviews, the British former advertising magnate remains a mysterious figure who wields his influence through his Saatchi Gallery shows and the subsequent sale of the Read More