Nora Exclusive Detroit inspired t shirt. Spread the word!
100% of the profits go to supporting the reopening of the Detroit Friends School, an institution that teaches and encourages nonviolence, peace and love.
Available in unisex sizes: X-small,Small, Medium, Large, X Large + 2XL , kids 2T & 4T.
Stephen is wearing a medium.
Made in the USA
On sale $42.00 $25.00
With their sleek silhouette and contemporary design, the Forma earrings are the perfect balance of understated elegance. Applying simple geometry to the design, these earrings feature a delicate rectangle which suspends from a semi-circle, each shape complete with a hammered finish. Whether paired with a casual or dressed-up outfit, they are sure to become a new wardrobe favorite.
With a striking, bold, and streamlined design, the ½ Moon Hoops have a distinctive, contemporary sophistication. These earrings feature a hammered brass semi-circle that suspend delicately from 14K gold-fill wires, allowing for movement and elegance. Worn casually or dressed up, these dangle earrings are a perfect addition to any collection.
Available in 14K yellow gold-fill.Total length 1 5/8″.
Brass pieces are sealed with a polyurethane to prevent tarnish and keep their original finish however, occasional polishing might be required.
Stunning, bold, and unique, the Sarta chandelier earrings embody a distinctive, contemporary presence, perfect for attention-grabbing moments. Surprisingly lightweight, these earrings are meticulously crafted and completed with a hammered texture. With plenty of movement and shimmer, they are the perfect piece to elevate any look.
Available in 14K yellow gold-fill. 2 1/4" total length.
A2 size : 4.25 x 5.5"
We are introducing our first coloring card. What better way to personalize a card for our moms than coloring a card for them? If coloring is not your thing, this card looks great on its own!
Soft white envelope included
Made in the USA
Printed with soy inks on high quality natural white cardstock
On sale $63.00 $35.00
Among the earth's oldest creatures, the dragonfly has captivated imaginations across cultures since antiquity. Dragonflies were the winged shamans of Zuni myth and legend, carrying supernatural powers and the possibility of spiritual transformation in their whirlwind of flight. Revered for centuries in Japan, the dragonfly was thought to swiftly carry the spirits of ancestors to their beloveds. These shimmering, iridescent bodies also drift into Western folkloric traditions in which dragonflies were known as the needle-shaped gatekeepers of truth, sewing with threads the voice of the deceitful.
Sculptor Agelio Batle carries the spirit of nature's timeless forms in this series of graphite objects. Batle's reverence for organic forms was inspired by countless hours spent in the grandeur and wisdom of nature, intimately observing and studying. Further nurtured into being through Batle's formal studies in biology and art, this vision thrived and grew. Each graphite objects was meticulously created through a unique process he invented. Carbonaceous graphite (mineral remains of prehistoric plant life) was combined with smudge-resistant compounds under intense pressure. The mass then fused into expression of nature's enduring simplicity you see before you. All their surfaces can draw and the graphite will resist smudging onto your hands. Batle envisions these objects as sculptures, as much as they are implements for inspiring your own vision.
On sale $60.00 $31.00
First edition. Late edition.
This just in! We are very proud to have published Scott Hocking's newest collection of photograph "Detroit Nights", a late entry contribution to our Culture Lab pop-up.
These images are, like much of the artist's work, moving, surprising, sometimes humorous, and suspenseful. They show the city in a manner that few ever see it.
It is like a place that lies out beyond the parking lot from that dream you had the other night, you know, the dream where you never looked out past the parking lot. If you had, this is what you would have seen.
When we saw these images the first time we were so taken with them we thought "Well, these have to be a book." And so we made them a book. And that is the way art works. When it's good.
About the artist: For Nora’s Culture Lab Pop Up, Detroit’s favorite man of mystery Scott Hocking might be welding an antique Ford Edsel to a sidewalk, or mass producing cassettes of spooky Halloween fart sounds. He might also be producing a book with Nora’s own Toby Barlow called Detroit Nights. Hocking describes the ongoing project (started in the mid 90s) as an attempt to capture the “strange serenity that can be found off the beaten paths”. The book is a selection of the last eight years, after Hocking switched from film to digital.
127 pages, softcover.