This month’s issue of Ready Made really stood out. I’ve been a fan of the magazine for awhile, but the April/May issue really takes it to the next level. Ready Made has definitely taken the “k” out of “crafty.” Loved the peak into artist Rex Ray’s 900 square foot home:
Loved the articles about community farms, the “where I live” article about Poncey Highland, Thomas Wold’s wacky found object coat rack, the key challenge’s winning design. Loved it from cover-to-cover!
In semi-Readymade related news, today’s New York Times featured a house I covet in an article titled “When Skateboarders Grow Up.” A Ready Made stylist (perhaps former, I could not find that information), Claire Bigbie, and her boyfriend Jay Shapiro renovated their Noe Valley Victorian beautifully. You MUST check out the slideshow here. Here’s a little teaser:
People who went to RISD sure have the best art and furniture collections. I really need to start hanging out with more people who went to school there!
- Ready Made cover by Scott Little
- Rex Ray’s abode photo by Ken Gutmaker for Ready Made
- Bottom two photos by Timothy Griffith for The New York Times.
Hi, I'm Becky. I live in Atlanta. Besides acting as the Editorial Director here on Hatch, you can find me talking design over at Houzz. Make me happy — leave a comment!