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sneak peek: dan funderburgh

by anne

here at d*s we’re big fans of brooklyn-based wallpaper designer and artist dan funderburgh. just as influences for his patterns range from 14th century moorish mosaic to 60’s American op art, his wide range of tastes weave themselves into the framework of his home. don’t miss the full peek after the jump, as well as additional images, and, as always, you can find all of our sneak peeks right here! [thanks, dan!]anne]

[above: When we moved in the realtor told me that the weird corrugated roof could be rolled back like a sun roof. I believed him for a second. This isn’t true, but would be pretty sweet if it was. The pillow is a design by Lee Misenheimer from a long time ago. ]

This washstand holds up a few important knick-knacks including another Eva Funderburgh creation. The hard to see print above is by my friend Kimou Meyer.

I’m halfway done painting these ceramic beasts by my sister Eva, that are part of a series of collaborative pieces we’re doing. Her work is outstanding and can be found at www.evafunderburgh.com.

CLICK HERE for the rest of dan’s sneak peek after the jump…

Jennette’s sewing machine and several sample rolls from FlavorPaper. Above is photo by Peter Sutherland. . . Don’t trip on the soccer ball. Print by Max Vogel.

This is a kitchen nook. Highlights include a small battalion of stalwart plants, a postcard with an image of Butros Butros Ghali and a large non-functional golden spray painted boom-box [see additional images for better view] that I won in a breakdancing contest in Kansas City. I’ve since retired from competition.


Bed & board games & a Charley Harper poster celebrating the alpine northwest. I’m from Seattle originally and I’m very fond of both C.Harper and the Olympic Mountains.

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