BY DAVID WALLACE | PHOTOS BY SARAH A. MILLER | Jan/Feb 2017 Five years ago, IN Magazine’s story “Subterranean Style” featured four pages of beautiful photos of art and furniture made from repurposed items in my basement home. I love ...Read More »
BY SHARON ST. JOHN | Photos by Sarah Tidwell & Betty Bradford | Nov/Dec 2016 As the holidays approach, we fill our thoughts with spending time with family and friends and creating joyful memories through sharing and giving. Decorating our ...Read More »
BY DAVID WALLACE | PHOTOS BY ANDREW D. BROSIG | Nov/Dec 2016 When the holidays approach, my wife begins the tradition of producing an assortment of handmade decorations. She loves the holidays and tapping into her abundant creativity to make things. She’ll be making ...Read More »
Mirror, mirror on the wall: Looking for a cool way to hide your television set? This piece of deception makes it invisible until you turn it on.
Writer: DAVID WALLACE / Photographer: ANDREW D. BROSIG / September/October 2016 I’m a waiter at one of the most unique restaurants in Tyler, Texas. Although I’m a writer, cook and fairly well known as an artist, I have a regular ...Read More »
Writer: DAVID WALLACE / Photographer: ADNREW D. BROSIG / July/August 2016 I live in an underground apartment in Tyler, Texas, that is quiet, secure and economical. The temperature in the apartment usually remains about 76 degrees year-round and has little ...Read More »
Recycled reinvention: Take an old pallet, add a couple of end roll tubes and presto, you’ve got a stylish wine rack
Writer: DAVID WALLACE // Photographer: ANDREW D. BROSIG // MAY/JUNE 2016 In the mid 1990s, I lived in a rural area. A piece of land down the road began to look like a dump. Stacks of pallets seemed to grow ...Read More »