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Eye On Design: InnoGear Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser

aromatherapy diffuser red and box photo by gail worley
All Photos By Gail

Innovative design can be described as showing people what they can have, rather than merely giving them what they want: and this often translates to expanded functionality. When your apartment has limited tabletop and storage space, it’s especially fun to discover one product that can replace two or three devices you use regularly. Are you fond of infusing your home with comforting scents? And do you love to set a mood with colorful lighting? Perhaps you are also in the market for a small humidifier to offset the drier indoor air during winter months. If you’re feeling any or all of these scenarios, then you will want to check out the Innogear Aromatherapy Essential Oil Diffuser.

Innogear is a pioneering company in the art of aromatherapy, and they offer a range of home diffusers to meet your needs and complement your decor. I received the Model AD309D, seen above, for the purpose of this review. Let’s look at everything this diffuser can do!

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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Light Installation By Jim Campbell

Jim Campbell Changing Light Sculpture
All Photos and Video By Gail

Holy Cow. We found this skull-crushingly-awesome Pink Thing over at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, where it is part of Abstract Document, the latest exhibit of light-based artworks from the pioneering electronic artist Jim Campbell.

Jim Campbell Changing Light Sculpture

The piece actually changes color within a spectral range of pinks and pinkish-hues. Let’s go to the video!

Wow.

For over twenty years, Jim Campbell has been exploring the medium of light and LED technology in relation to video and sculpture. His career personifies the metamorphosis of film and form into an immersive experience reflective of our digital culture. The ten works in Abstract Document depict one day at a recent political rally, rendered across multiple formats. It is a pretty groovy experience and you should be sure to go see if before it closes, especially if you enjoyed Mike Kelley’s Superman Origin Story Exhibit from 2015, which I still cannot shut up about.

You can see Jim Campbell’s Abstract Document on Exhibit Through June 17th, 2017 at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, Located at 505 West 24th St, in the Chelsea Gallery District.

Jim Campbell Changing Light Sculpture