Posts tagged “Paul McClelland

Past Due………

Real Simple Nov 2011

Back in November “Real Simple” magazine did a make-over and the mudroom they did featured some of PM Custom’s Wauli racks and hooks.

Real Simple Nov 2011

Real Simple Nov 2011


Been a great big week………………

On Tuesday a website (that I’d never heard of till then) called remodelista.com posted my Wauli hooks that are listed on Etsy. Well that was just the start. I still have to wrap my head around this.

I stole this Carl Jung pic off the internet and it represents how I feel this week.

Yesterday I got another email saying that my Wauli rack was going to be featured in the spring West Elm catalog!!! WOOOOOOAH……. That would be a double Octopus………. Well I can’t wait to see how this plays out!

Cheers


I got this off Dezeen…………………..

I snatched this from youmightlikethis.com

It’s kinda like a cheat sheet for design and maybe that was how they listed it.

I thought it was cool.



The third for the day…………………….

Having a lot of trouble using this WP template. It’s a little different then the old one which was years outdated.

Hand Forged Double Bed


Hidden Art?…………………

Thought I’d take a second to post something I had on here before. It’s kinda weird now that the old stuff is gone.

Chair Comp1 2009

Found this instead. I didn’t do it I swear. My buddy Karl was trying to get me to understand the nuances of composition that he says are learned, and I say are innate. He says all the masters learned comp this way, and I still think it’s just some layman’s way of explaining what comes naturally to some people.


New Website………………

Powder Coated Yellow Candle Sticks

Hot Dip Yellow

Hi all.

Been quite a busy October. As you might notice, my website has changed a bit. I was asked to move it from one server to another and thought it time to change the theme. I pulled a back up and saved the Word Press Content but I changed the server before I got the correct file saved. So I’m starting all new.

Hope your fall is off to a great start.

See you soon,

Cheers