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d*s diversion: resources for artists


i'm working on a project involving independent designers so i've been storing up some useful links for those living and working in the creative field. i figured some of you might have use for them now rather than later so i thought i'd share some of these quickly.

  • icovia design edition: test out this fantastic space planning software. you can check out the free trial online and move walls around, test furniture, accessories, etc. very handy for designers and non-designers alike.
  • fractured atlas: passed on by d*s reader natalie, fractured atlas is a fantastic indie artist resource that provides health insurance, marketing, promotion and development resources. a lot to check out so click here to get the full story. could be a great resource for smaller designers.
  • and last but not least, a fun new blog that helps you decorate and entertain and style. can be helpful if you're throwing an art event, hosting an event dinner or just looking to make some contacts or a dinner party. enjoy!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey grace, cool links! we're friends with fractured atlas.

so - what's the project? will you come tell us about it thursday at the Brooklyn Design Group?

10:36 AM  
Blogger design*sponge said...


i have a dinner meeting on thurs but i'll try to make the next one. thanks :)


10:38 AM  
Blogger Brooke Ullman said...

Thanks for the post! I am the principal designer at a store in Richmond, VA: www.ladiff.com, and we use Icovia Room Planner on our site. I actually used it to lay out my impossible living room (1920's bungalow complete with fireplace, double doors, radiators and more things to work around). It worked great and I redesigned the space after seeing the many possibilities.

12:54 PM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

Thank you for the Icovia link! I use autoCAD all day long for work (modular furniture) and have been wanting something less complicated to use at home for fun.

10:51 PM  

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