nama rococo

my photos of karen’s new work at nama rococo really didn’t do the new pieces justice. however, these photos are perfect and totally spot on color-wise. just wanted to share photos that looked a bit more accurate. darn my camera and it’s stupid color issues.

  1. Robin says:

    Oh. My. God. I love the hot pink panel so much that it actually, physically hurts. Thanks for blowing my budget, Grace. :)

  2. Annie says:

    I love this! I tore a page out of a magazine recently that featured great designs in red. One of them was a Nama Rococo wallpaper, and it inspired one of my paintings: http://wexfordgirl.typepad.com/wexford_girl/2007/05/painting_2.html

  3. joel+maria pirela says:

    That Red DCW has the back rest attached upside down! Love the prints!

    regards,

    Joel Pirela

  4. Anonymous says:

    i saw these in person and i totally agree: they are GORGEOUS. they’re like vivienne westwood dresses for your walls! one of these days, i won’t be in a rental…

    lourdes

  5. Erin T says:

    The new designs from kstudio brought a big smile to my face :)

  6. cleo says:

    I LOVE the bottom picture, just my style!

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