About UnBeige

About UnBeige

Updated throughout the day, UnBeige dishes out the news, gossip, events, parties, personalities, commentary, and humor that keeps design professionals informed and entertained. The New York Times featured UnBeige in its September 2008 article on shopping with design bloggers, describing us as “a Gawker for those who are as comfortable discussing Charles Gwathmey’s addition to the Art and Architecture Building at Yale as they are discussing Metallica album covers.” In 2006, UnBeige was named one of 12 sites that “define cool” by Newsweek and one of 50 Essential Bookmarks by Communication Arts. The blog is owned and operated by mediabistro.com.

The Editors:

By day, Steve Delahoyde works at the ad agency/design firm, Coudal Partners, where, like everyone else there, he’s sort of a jack-of-all-trades. Primarily, he’s the one that handles the writing for the firm, as well as the production work, from TV spots to Internet foolery. Steve entered the business by making far too many silly short films along with his cohort, Wakiza Gamez. Following that, largely by accident, he became a freelance editor, director and motion graphics designer. His production work has appeared everywhere from MTV to CBS to The National Lampoon Network, and his writing has popped up here and there, from Time Out to McSweeney’s.

Stephanie Murg is a New York-based writer and art adviser whose work has appeared in such publications as ARTnews, The Architect’s Newspaper, and Smithsonian. In her art consulting practice, she advises clients on building collections of modern and contemporary art and design and on the dynamics of the international art market. Her interests lie at the nexus of art, design, fashion, and capital markets. Such tangibles as press kits, exhibition catalogues, and review copies may be directed to her at the following address:
     Stephanie Murg
     Lenox Hill Station
     P.O. Box 1602
     New York, NY 10021
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