Wendy Riva and Andrea Gibbin met 20 years ago when they were, respectively, an art director and a set decorator in the film biz. Fast-forward two decades and you’ll find that they’re transforming more than sets these days. Their stylish, globally inspired design vision has left its eclectic and colorful mark on top-tier Hollywood homes, on the editors of Elle Decor (who dubbed it “bohemian chic”), and in myriad stylish spaces throughout San Francisco and LA.
This photograph from Richard Silver captures a bevy
of colorful balloons dancing across a stunning Bolivian landscape of the world's largest salt flat. Printed on high-quality semi-gloss paper, this work is framed under glass and arrives ready to hang.
A contestant in a Miss World beauty competition
sponsored by Mecca Dancing applies lipstick using a shiny car as a mirror. Taken by Thurston Hopkins on November 7th, 1953, this image was originally published in "Picture Post." Originally a graphic ...
This image from Selby Pena captures the expressive,
lively spirit of a group of young Cuban children dancing in the street. Displayed under glass in a lacquered white frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.