Marquez found this Roy Lichtenstein vinyl graphic at a gift shop in Argentina.
He collaborated with UNLV professor Shai Yeshayahu and Southern Illinois University student Ronny Metzger to create the 3-D blocks for this textural graphic of his company’s logo. Marquez and Yeshayahu will be teaching the printing technique at Marquez’s new co-working space, Design Bank, on the northeast side.
“I’m not afraid to give IKEA a little love,” he says.
From SeeMeCNC in Goshen. Marquez bought it for around $1,200.
Marquez fashioned it from a reclaimed beam of red pine.
He found these at the World Baseball Classic in New York. The fun little characters dance and talk.
Marquez loves midcentury-modern furniture, like this Eames-style seat from The Crazy Daisy Antique Mall in Louisville.
Ball State architecture professor Ana de Brea crocheted the colorful textile.
He recently adopted Boe, a 13-year-old Lab mix.
Purchased at the annual design show 20th Century Cincinnati.