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March 10, 2009


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David Nolan

I love the circular table with the white, and the concept of continuous color for an area no matter the objects but what I really like is the hole drilled in the table to string the wire through and it coming out down at the base and running along out of sight under the carpet I believe. I hate cords and I am glad to see someone else does whatever it takes to hide them.

The black balloons are amazing as a sculpture.

Hopefully Meier is getting used to the idea that there will be art inside his construction that will detract from its sheer monsterous and minimal pale beauty.

david stark

You said it brother, and good eyes on that cord strung down the center fo the table. Good eyes -- I didn't notice that until you pointed it out.

I love your comments and feedback. Keep 'em ooming, ok?!


Matthew Robbins

Hi David,

Just had to send a quick note to say thanks for the fantastic inspiration. One day we will finally meet...our paths cross on a regular basis and you are one of the very few "event designers" I truly admire. I find pure, true inspiration in what you create. Thank you for sharing this great post. I also (finally) had a look at your site...so wonderful!

Hope to meet you in the near future.

All the best,


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