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Home on the Runway — the brainchild of NYC-native Fanny Zignon — fuses fashion with interior design by focusing on the attainable. With a commitment to celebrate good taste regardless of geography, HOTR has talked shop with everyone from an artisanal candle maker to a pair of lighting-designer brothers, sparking the curiosity in us all. Talk about versatile.
I See Noise Prints are original and one of a kind prints (in 24K gold and sterling silver shades, no less!) inspired by Randa Salloum’s career in the fashion industry. Each print she designs is with the idea of creating style and beauty with an edge. Having already established a readership through her blog, The-Unprecedented — where Randa showcases Vancouver’s most influential fashion fixtures in Closet Confessions! — simple photos of her newly discovered idea for prints created a buzz and quickly became her new venture in 2012.
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I See Noise Prints are created through digitally re-mastered images in black and white and sent through a mixed media layering process and the new prints are painted first with acrylics on a canvas then transferred digitally onto paper. Each print is hand made by Randa. Through the creative process each print will take on a different effect allowing it to be a one of a kind image. Curious yet about how and where all thais magic happens?