The Winter issue of Modern In Denver is out and, as always, it’s packed with interesting profiles of local companies and designers, great photos and enviable homes. I had little to do with it other than putting together the regular “Field Study” section of cool products (and saying “Bravo!” from the comfort of my home office).
It amazes me how publisher William Logan puts out this quality publication each quarter. But then again, MID continues to attract readers and subscribers. In fact, the magazine appears to be running its first-ever subscription deal right now: Just $10 for one year (use promo code “LOVEMID2014” by Feb. 14, 2014).
I had the pleasure of highlighting a handful of local designers, including the father-son team behind the Geoflora Forms and the Littleton-based Jules Landis, who uses a hybridized concrete to form furniture.
I’m currently working on the next issue. If you’ve got a product to pitch for Modern in Denver, send me a message at tamara at modernindenver dot com.
And here’s a peek at the Winter Field Study (Need a closer look? Email me for a PDF or pick up a copy at Whole Foods, Tattered Cover and other stores):