Paper and Place has partnered with The Artisan Group to participate in a celebrity gift lounge hosted by GBK Productions on June 1-2, 2012 in Hollywood, California.
Online PR News – 25-April-2012 – Grand Prairie, Texas – Paper and Place is pleased to announce that they, in association with The Artisan Group, will participate in a luxury celebrity gift lounge hosted by GBK Productions on June 1-2, 2012 at the L’Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills, California in honor of the The 2012 mtv movie awards Nominees and Presenters.
Their Los Angeles, California chandelier crystal map necklace along with a handwritten vintage bank ledger charm (from the 1900s) will be prominently featured on display at The Artisan Group's exhibit. In addition, all attending celebrities and guests will receive their exclusive designed Los Angeles/Hollywood, California Antique Bronze Map pendants, in their swag bags. This event will also be attended by over fifty media outlets.
To learn more about Paper and Place and their products, or their participation in this exclusive event, visit www.paperandplace.com, call 469-554-8660, or email email@example.com.
Erica Taylor, Paper and Place's sole proprietor, is a resident of Grand Prairie, Texas.
For press inquiries regarding The Artisan Group, please visit http://www.theartisangroup.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Artist: Erica Taylor is the Designer and Owner of Paper and Place.
Paper and Place is her business and passion, expressed in her creation of original chandelier crystal map jewelry, accessories and housewares. Old books, antique maps and vintage items of all kinds inspire her and are the foundation of most of her designs.
Vintage maps appeal to her because of their connection to history and place, the feelings of nostalgia they evoke. She enjoys examining maps and discovering the names of small towns unknown to her, or tracing a route she took on a long-ago vacation.
After reading an article which mentioned that children in future generations will not even know what maps are, she realized that she could preserve these ephemeral pieces of history to create create jewelry, accessories and housewares.