1. Images of of “Lift Klash One,” an acrylic lightbox sculpture commissioned by Clodagh Design and Related Companies for the Abington House in midtown NYC. 

    It was featured in the September 2014 issue of Interior Design Magazine. View the article here.

    (Source: kalnews)


  2. Grey Fugue One, Blue Fugue One, and Ivory Fugue One by Kal Mansur

    Dimensions: 24” x 24” x 2 3/4”

    Material: Acrylic

    (Source: kalnews)


  3. We call them Clicks. They are new acrylic constructions by Kal Mansur.


  4. It is instructive to listen to how monumental works of art are sold. The hours of research, pilgrimages to the artwork, mulling over specific words, and the care given to build the context that holds the work: all are valuable. And yet they do not supersede the first commandment, which is to see. And the second, which is to sell.


  5. This is lovely. 


  6. Art lights. Klash + LED lit Kradles. http://klashinside.com #acrylic #sculpture #color #light #art #klash #showroom #artobject

    (Source: kalnews)


  7. New project brewing. Light panel for a custom Klash artwork bound for NYC. #studio #process

    (Source: kalnews)


  8. I saw this painting in Manila today.

    It was made in 1950. Yes, I know.

    It was made by Constancio Bernardo, a Filipino painter who was born in 1913. I never heard of him before.

    When I finally saw his work I wanted to punch myself and laugh, simultaneously.  

    You must understand, I was born in Manila, and never truly saw an abstract thing until I left. 

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  9. I have no idea what’s going on, but I am addicted.


  10. LED/Light studies at Kal Mansur Studios