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An artistic collaborative of artists, designers, makers and craftsmen focused on the creation of unique experiences and conceptual environments.  Building moments to be explored and remembered through the conception and creation of custom art installations, interior design, events, set design, styling & visual merchandising.


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Gary Graham & Phantom Limb

Nikole Nelson


Gary Graham, Tribeca, NYC. Interior design modeled to look like the back stage of BAM - the experience is executed to perfection. You really do feel as if a performace is about to break out. Masks by Phantom Limb Company. 

The Blessing: sirena + the sea

Nikole Nelson

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BLKCORAL collection for sirena + the sea. Fall into Winter line. The blessing ceremony.

Jewelry, handmade in Hawaii, in the traditional ti leaf lei making style. Each piece blessed in the ocean before leaving our hands. One of a kind wearable sculptures.

To our clan: We are sending you energy filled with mana, abundance, joy and laughter. Wear your pieces well. Make them your own. And above all take time to feel the experience - you are a goddess. Let her roar.

Love and Aloha,


Jeremy Scott for Swatch

Nikole Nelson


Not quite the Pop Swatch I rocked in '93 - it's hotter, sassier and very Fashion. American designer Jeremy Scott teamed up with Swatch to create a fresh take on the art of time. Vivid pop culture elements, strong colors and eye catching style meld into the perfect functional accessory. Add this to my Christmas list Santa!


Behind the Scenes: Running with Heels Magazine

Nikole Nelson

Fashion Stylist Joseph UngocoPhotographer William BrinsonRunning with Heels Magazine Spring 2011 Cover When brought the challenge to design a stunning and interactive cover for the spring issue of RWH the inspiration was all about shoes. Collaborating with the RWH Editor in Chief, Angela Gilltrap, a concept of deconstruction, spring blooms and the always alluring red stiletto was forged. As my designs encompass a focus on branding, I wanted to create a sense of fantasy and beauty to match H.H. Brown’s sexy edge. It occurred to me that the very concept of running in heels would lend itself to a dreamy escape where the lushness of fashion and nature could collide. 50 plus shoes were deconstructed and the parts used to create flowers that were incorporated into the set, serving as one of the many interactive features of the magazine. To say that I went through multiple boxes of exacto blade and bandaids would be an understatement. The craftsmanship of the shoes was highly impressive - taking them apart proved to be quite intense. This was one of those concepts that was waiting to be captured, the minute it was out of my mouth I knew it had already taken on a life of its own. Flowers from shoes! Why Not! View full project at:
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