True Sheroes are a race of super-powered women from the planet Curva. They are curvy African-American women - unheard of in the world of comic books! The story and calendar were created by Meilee & Sommer Green of True Curves.
Magazine cover story: The Grand Canyon State is ahead of the curve. From gay rights, to border security and immigration, to the rise of Latino-American politicians, to absorbing military cuts, Arizona has been busy adjudicating the issues that states across the nation will soon be facing, debating and resolving. | Read the cover story here: http://washingtonexaminer.com/arizona-is-on-the-cutting-edge-of-key-national-political-issues/article/2546637
This stylish and functional wooden side table is both chic and practical. Perfect for storing books and magazines, the Offi Mag Table can also be used as a display table or a stand-alone feature piece. Originally designed by Eric Pfeiffer for Offi, this replica is lightweight and versatile, intended to be flipped onto different angles for unique looks. The table itself is crafted from curved plywood, with your choice of either an American walnut natural or light oak natural veneer. PRODUCT…
This spectacular custom bookcase was designed by Paul Laszlo (1900 - 1993) in the late 1930’s for his home in Beverly Hills, California. The curved red lacquer case sits on a conforming indented black lacquer base. Time Magazine called Laszlo “The Millionaire’s Architect” and he is known for designing interiors ranging from Bullock’s Wilshire to homes for Ronald Reagan, Gary Cooper and the Vanderbilts. He was also famous for rejecting clients such as Elizabeth Taylor and Barbara Streisand.
Nouveau Buffet (built in) 87"w x 84"l x 32"d Hondouras mahogany, granite, beveled glass, bronze This built-in unit uses mostly solid construction to allow the heavily carved curves used throughout. The lower doors and drawer fronts are veneered bent panels. The bronze door/drawer pulls were custom designed and hand cast exclusively for this piece. Featured in American Woodworker Magazine, 1998 and CWB Magazine, 1998.