An orange hammock. A wax model of a hand from Madame Tussaud's. Fragments of a football uniform. All these items are on display in the gloriously cluttered living room of illustrator Johanna Goodman and sculptor Rodger Stevens, alongside art posters and a guitar neither of them knows how to play. The pair has adorned nearly all of the available wall space of their craftsman home in Nyack, New York with decorations ranging from stickers to wire sculptures to strings of colorful wooden blocks. Even their children's toys are incorporated into the mix, because after all, it's an "exploration in stuff."
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