Champagne crawfish is a piece of art of nature. It’s a rare species of crawfish that lives only in the Northern Territory of Australia, more precisely on the Daly River. This species is considered extinct for several years now, but its wonderful bright color made it immortal.
People are trying to reproduce the last existing “Champagne” crayfish by using eggs or larvae of other species. So, since 2012 a new species of lobster-crayfish has been created in Australia.
APPLE MUSCRAT DIGITAL PRINT The spirit of the kitchen lives in the light and symmetry of the painting. What feels like a small window into the world of a simple Greek kitchen is illuminated by the use of line, shape and value. Gathering around the checkerboard tiles and strengthening cultural bonds inspire the viewer to appreciate the joy of cooking.
It is a very special wine. A true treasure of the world; but you will not hear this from me. You will hear it from Pierre Roulleau, owner and operator of Chateau de la Tour, in Bordeaux France. “It is the finest vintage I have ever produced,” he proclaims with gusto, “And is without question the finest in my memory.”…
This limited edition poster is curated by the Department of Art at UC Davis. The design is inspired by the 1960’s jazz concert posters designed by Bob Masse. It includes photography of musicians, Larry Vuckovich and Steve Allee in studio with original art based on their works. Edition of 100 posters, signed and numbered.
Let’s go fly a kite! And what better place than atop this naturally grown and harvested bamboo table for one! The various geometric lines in the wood work well with the natural ridges along this smooth organic material. A nice soft green fuzz dusts the surface of both wood and metal, while a soft soothing red envelopes the centerpiece of…