Revere Hotel Boston Common

Revere Hotel Boston Common

Revere Hotel Boston Common is thrilled to announce the completion of a $28 million transformation, featuring a fully remodeled lobby area, rooftop pool, guest rooms and suites, and 42,000 square feet of versatile private event and meeting spaces. The rebirth of the upscale Back Bay hotel, located at 200 Stuart Continue reading

the Improper Bostonian

the Improper Bostonian

Everything Old Is New Again By Scott Kearnan | Photo By Holly Rike | April 21, 2017 Bruce Rosenbaum of ModVic “Resilience” is an important word to Bruce Rosenbaum. It saw him through the early loss of his father and his own battle with Hodgkin lymphoma. And it aided him through Continue reading

HARVARD MAGAZINE

HARVARD MAGAZINE

EXPLORATIONS AND CURIOSITIES Steampunk’s Sole by NELL PORTER BROWN NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 2016 IN Shumachine, a shoe-shinee’s regal seat fronts what looks like a kooky scientist’s air-propelled time machine housed within the skeletal frame of a covered wagon. This prime example of Steampunk’s aesthetic playfully melds imaginary and historic constructs—and highlights the Fuller Craft Museum’s exhibit Continue reading

South Shore Living

South Shore Living

By Jennifer H. McInerney | Photography by Jack Foley with supplied images from Fuller Craft Museum. The Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton has never before hosted an installation quite like this one—the 15-foot-long sculpture that occupies the museum’s main gallery displays both human and robotic characteristics, combines primitive mechanisms with modern technology Continue reading

artscope Magazine

artscope Magazine

By Titilayo Ngewnya Brockton, MA – On September 10, “New Sole of the Old Machine: Steampunk Brockton, Reimagining the City of Shoes” opens at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Mass. Curated by Steampunk ReImagineer Bruce Rosenbaum, founder of ModVic, LLC, the exhibition features work by John Belli, Jim Bremer Continue reading

The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe

Charles River Museum welcomes Vortic Watch Company By Nancy Shohet West GLOBE CORRESPONDENT  JULY 15, 2016 STILL TICKING Waltham’s nickname, Watch City, refers to its history as one of the world’s leading watch producers and home to the Waltham Watch Company, which opened in 1854 as the first company to make the timepieces Continue reading