JAMES VICTORE EVENT AT DESIGN WITHIN REACH

On a cold and windy night, Dave and I ventured to Soho to attend Design Within Reach (now simply known as DWR)’s monthly event. The evening called for art and cocktails, this time (I missed the first one) featuring the artwork of James Victore and his apprentice, Fanny Le Bras. When we walked in, there was a good size crowd, considering the weather

We headed down to the lower level and drooled over a few things like some amazing canvas travel bags, an army green picnic basket and a few key household pieces (I was so in awe and envy, I totally forgot to take some photos.) Anyway, we went upstairs to the bar and got one of the strongest screwdrivers I’ve EVER had in my life. By the 6th sip, I had to stop (Dave continued)

Anyway, we walked around and took in some of the artwork, some abstract, some surreal




Anyway, as we played art critics while browsing the other artwork, we finally decided (in between conversation) to acquaint ourselves with the work of James Victore. I loved it, it was so funny, quirky and some incredibly sweet





The most adorable thing about the painted dolls is that the smallest one was painted by his son

He actually has something new coming up soon, so keep and eye open

The entire store was filled with tons of interesting artwork, something always caught your eye




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