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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Fabpats on fab.com

My daughter's prints of original patent application renderings will be featured on fab.com starting April 17. If you aren't a member, you might want to sign up. I've found some fantastic things there at great discounts.

Here are a few photos of her prints, just in case you missed my previous post about her new venture.

Saarinen Tulip chair
Bertoia wire chair
Eames plywood chair
Knoll sofa
Nelson Coconut chair
Platner wire chair
Risom armchair
Saarinen Womb chair

19 comments:

  1. thats awesome that she will be on fab.com! i just bought a watch for my hubby the other day as a 'just because' present. every day i find a tempting email in my inbox from them! i will look for her upcoming showcase.

    just wondering...how did she get featured?

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    1. I think it's a matter of submitting your product to them and then going through their review/acceptance process, but I'm not sure what criteria they use for the products they feature.

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  2. These would make an interesting addition to a coffee table book based on Mid Century design and style.

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    1. Yes, that would be a great way to use them.

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  3. Awesome Dana, love them. The Eames plywood chair would have to be a fave. What a clever little chook!

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    1. I love them too. I think I'm going to have to have one of the Platner chairs.

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  4. These are great. I wonder how long it takes for her to complete each one.

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    1. Finding the original U.S. patent application renderings and cleaning them up in Photoshop is what took the longest. Now that she has found a great printing company and the perfect ink and paper (which comes from Germany), assembling the final product is a snap.

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  5. Congratulations are in order, because 1. getting on Fab is sweet and 2. they look really sharp. They'll totally sell quickly

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    1. I think you're right. She should do very well.

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  6. I can't wait for mine to get to me, Australia is not that far away!

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    1. It should be arriving soon. I know she mailed it a while ago.

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    2. I know, it's the mail system...but bills come on time, go figure? Can't wait! will post on my blog as soon as!

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    3. YEAH! Postie came and I love it!!!!!

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    4. Fantastic! So the mailer kept in good condition? If not, let us know.

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  7. I am so psyched!! I know they will do well and Fab.com has such a big following it will get her name out there in the public eye. Good luck to her!

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    1. I agree that the exposure will be great for her!

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  8. They are so great!! How exciting for your daughter. I will have to join up at Fab.com.x

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    1. I think you'll enjoy being a member. They feature so many great items.

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