Form Follows Beauty, was presented in a fall PechaKucha by our very own Peter Exley, FAIA. Listen as Peter speaks about the relationship between art, design, architecture, lines, curves, and sensuality as well as the feminine form. Peter shows and tells – chit chatting about his artwork, created using what many would consider an unconventional tool.
Architecture Is Fun Designs Wallpaper for Studio Printworks
Characters, color and charm. Sharon and Peter Exley have a flair for adding fun and play to every environment and product they design. Inspired by the Roberto Burle Marx mosaic sidewalks in Rio de Janeiro, Peter’s Pavers is their first wallpaper release, introduced as part of the Studio Printworks Great Contemporary Artists Collection.
Architecture Is Fun has been developing and making products for you – at home, at work and at play.
Our newest collection includes the Happy Face Stools – a boy and girl stool that little ones will love! The new additions, the BFF’s will add kitty and dog, all family-friendly, of course. And moms should know, the stools scale up so parents can have their own kitchen stool, cheerful and content. For pricing info, contact our procurement partners, Fun Finders.
Sharon Exley was asked to write about her use of color at Young At Art Museum for an upcoming publication by Sendpoints Publishing Company. This excerpt from the feature demonstrates her sophisticated design approach to bringing this artful museum into full color!
Architect Peter Exley, FAIA recalls every school lunch he packed for Emma – adorning brown paper bags with love, lifelong lessons, and humor (warning: laughter may make stuff come out of your nose!)
For the PechaKucha Haiti Benefits, many presenters found it important to share glimpses of what propels them, what inspires them and what they obese over. Architecture Is Fun’s Peter Exley shares his obsessions – from Leeds United to Cheap Trick and more. Listen in – over 4800 have watched this show and tell online at PechaKucha.org.
“What a worldly mix of music!…A musical box of treats for the entire family.” ~ Oppenheim Toy Portfolio on eToys
Music & Art for Children and Their Families
Susan Salidor, a Chicago singer songwriter, fills her songs with family values and a keen understanding of the hearts and minds of small children. For her CD Color Me Singing, Susan commissioned Peter Exley to create the cover art.