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Leanne Ford's - Feel Free Magazine: Volume 5

Leanne Ford's - Feel Free Magazine: Volume 5
Magazine

Leanne Ford’s FEEL FREE magazine shows how creative people live and work, how artists play, and how you, the reader, can do the same. In this fifth issue, we embrace “failure,” because without failure, there is no progress! We start with a creative conversation with actor, writer, producer, and director Rashida Jones—a multi-hyphenate success story who nonetheless loves to be bad at new things. You’ll tour: a gorgeous home in the hills of northern California and learn how that landscape inspires artist Carolyn Kelly; a beautiful beach house/art studio on Fire Island that informs James Perkins’ natural creations; and quirkily rustic restored rail cars in the English countryside. Also included are new how-to’s, like how to weave a beautiful basket from Underwater Weaving founder Erin Powell, how to create your own floral arrangement (a 101 from Fox and the Fleur owner Anne Dickson), and other fun ideas to get creativity stirring—straight from the creators’ mouths. We feature an excerpt from designer Jake Arnold’s book and in-depth stories on Two Faced Ceramics and Totem Home. This fifth issue includes a behind-the-scenes look at the commercial photo shoot behind Leanne’s new Crate and Barrel line, styled by none other than our own style director Hilary Robertson. Finally, we wouldn’t forget our Free $.99 section, this time focusing on what to do with salvaged marble—plus more “free” art that readers can tear out to hang on their walls. FEEL FREE magazine curates a space where readers can experience a collaboration of creation. Joyful, elevated, and funky, fun, and undone, FEEL FREE magazine breaks down interior design and artistic processes, and gives them back to the people.

Editor’s notes

Leanne Ford's - Feel Free Magazine: Volume 5

LET’S GET SCRAPPY • Save, salvage, or rediscover dismissed and forgotten marble.

“I’m in the enrichment phase of my confusion.” • A creative conversation with Rashida Jones, the coolest.

The ILLUSION of PROGRESS • Fashion director Erin Pollard makes basket weaving cool again. (No small feat.)

Wanna make your own basket?!

CReATE AND BARREL • Get a behind-the-scenes peek of the shoot for Leanne’s new Crate and Barrel furniture line.

In Essence • Stylist and designer Kim Ficaro commits to offering beauty through connection with places and objects from around the world.

A TOTEM OF THE COMMUNITY • Artist James Perkins creates totems for everyone with his stunning land art inspired by his Fire Island beach studio.

TWO-FACED • Ceramicist Eve Palguta Thomas creates different personalities for her sculptural vessels.

“SPONGING TIME” • Bay Area-based painter, illustrator, printmaker, and creative director Carolyn Kelly gets fogged in at her new home.

A LIFE WELL LIVED • Los Angeles–based designer Jake Arnold’s book Redefining Comfort shares the sanctuaries that he has dreamt up for his clients over the years.

OFF THE RAILS • Jo and John Morfoot turned three disused railway wagons into rustic hideaways, using only reclaimed materials from their own salvage yard.

La Vie en Rose • Anne Dickson found solace in flowers and nature — and started a flourishing floral business.

Sources

Free & clear • Ever since I was a kid, my taste in art has… well, let’s just say I have Champagne taste on a beer budget. Because I could never fully afford the art I wanted, I would buy old art books to rip the pages out and hang on the walls. So here you go, free and clear, eight of my favorite artists, kind enough to share their art with you.


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Frequency: One time Pages: 100 Publisher: A360 Media, LLC Edition: Leanne Ford's - Feel Free Magazine: Volume 5

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: March 11, 2024

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

Leanne Ford’s FEEL FREE magazine shows how creative people live and work, how artists play, and how you, the reader, can do the same. In this fifth issue, we embrace “failure,” because without failure, there is no progress! We start with a creative conversation with actor, writer, producer, and director Rashida Jones—a multi-hyphenate success story who nonetheless loves to be bad at new things. You’ll tour: a gorgeous home in the hills of northern California and learn how that landscape inspires artist Carolyn Kelly; a beautiful beach house/art studio on Fire Island that informs James Perkins’ natural creations; and quirkily rustic restored rail cars in the English countryside. Also included are new how-to’s, like how to weave a beautiful basket from Underwater Weaving founder Erin Powell, how to create your own floral arrangement (a 101 from Fox and the Fleur owner Anne Dickson), and other fun ideas to get creativity stirring—straight from the creators’ mouths. We feature an excerpt from designer Jake Arnold’s book and in-depth stories on Two Faced Ceramics and Totem Home. This fifth issue includes a behind-the-scenes look at the commercial photo shoot behind Leanne’s new Crate and Barrel line, styled by none other than our own style director Hilary Robertson. Finally, we wouldn’t forget our Free $.99 section, this time focusing on what to do with salvaged marble—plus more “free” art that readers can tear out to hang on their walls. FEEL FREE magazine curates a space where readers can experience a collaboration of creation. Joyful, elevated, and funky, fun, and undone, FEEL FREE magazine breaks down interior design and artistic processes, and gives them back to the people.

Editor’s notes

Leanne Ford's - Feel Free Magazine: Volume 5

LET’S GET SCRAPPY • Save, salvage, or rediscover dismissed and forgotten marble.

“I’m in the enrichment phase of my confusion.” • A creative conversation with Rashida Jones, the coolest.

The ILLUSION of PROGRESS • Fashion director Erin Pollard makes basket weaving cool again. (No small feat.)

Wanna make your own basket?!

CReATE AND BARREL • Get a behind-the-scenes peek of the shoot for Leanne’s new Crate and Barrel furniture line.

In Essence • Stylist and designer Kim Ficaro commits to offering beauty through connection with places and objects from around the world.

A TOTEM OF THE COMMUNITY • Artist James Perkins creates totems for everyone with his stunning land art inspired by his Fire Island beach studio.

TWO-FACED • Ceramicist Eve Palguta Thomas creates different personalities for her sculptural vessels.

“SPONGING TIME” • Bay Area-based painter, illustrator, printmaker, and creative director Carolyn Kelly gets fogged in at her new home.

A LIFE WELL LIVED • Los Angeles–based designer Jake Arnold’s book Redefining Comfort shares the sanctuaries that he has dreamt up for his clients over the years.

OFF THE RAILS • Jo and John Morfoot turned three disused railway wagons into rustic hideaways, using only reclaimed materials from their own salvage yard.

La Vie en Rose • Anne Dickson found solace in flowers and nature — and started a flourishing floral business.

Sources

Free & clear • Ever since I was a kid, my taste in art has… well, let’s just say I have Champagne taste on a beer budget. Because I could never fully afford the art I wanted, I would buy old art books to rip the pages out and hang on the walls. So here you go, free and clear, eight of my favorite artists, kind enough to share their art with you.


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