Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Bliss Is Eminent


I initially heard about Gerald Decock through The Selby a few years back, and fell in love with his home, putting it in my mental library of 'how to really decorate your home'. Recently, though, I separately discovered his art and photos through his website (if you're into psychadelic colors and poems questioning the mind, you'll probably enjoy his scrapbook quite thoroughly), and quickly made the connection to his home.

Nothing is quite as inspiring as seeing an artist whose work so clearly extends into their living space, as though all that they do and touch is driven from such a clear and expressive point of view. Gerald Decock is one of those artists, his home is more like an extension of his art than anything, a semi-permanent installation of his artistic vision.

  images from Gerald Decock's website and The Selby.


I'd love to hear what you think!