Alexis Bittar’s dada-inspired edgey lookbook is... →
i’m a fan. :)
J Brand Sportswear? →
This will be interesting to see…
Brooklyn Gang by Bruce Davidson →
I’m sure this is quite a treasure of a photography book…
Hermès photo exhibit on the craftsmen behind their... →
I expect immaculate photojournalism and portraits. September 14-30. Not to be missed. Immediately calendared.
New Podcasts from CASVA at the National Gallery →
‘Debt,’ With Helen Mirren - Review - NYTimes.com →
I definitely want to see this, no matter how unenthusiastic the review may be.
The Coffee Bean And Tea Leaf Is Now Open On... →
I plan to give this place a try :) Brought to my immediate attention by Refinery29.
High Hopes for PanAm? - NYTimes.com →
I am always in favor of period pieces and would probably watch PanAm if I actually had TV stations. I suppose I’ll have to wait for it to come out on Netflix.
Rag’s Riches: Kurkova, Kerr, Murphy, Muse, And... →
Interesting idea, but I’m pretty sure this wouldn’t work for many brands. It’s probably the post processing that kept the identity conscious business end in check.
Twitter through the eye of an artist | Video |... →
Bummer I found this after the fact. What an interesting exhibit to have seen…
Graphic Content | Typonine - NYTimes.com →
An excerpt from Nikola Djurek’s specimen book lays out the Delvard font and all its variations. I’m a huge fan of typography. The work that goes into a truly amazing typeface is just unbelievable. Don’t miss out on the MoMA show Standard Deviations: Types and Families in Contemporary Design if you too drool over the likes of Helvetica.
Harper's Bazaar: A Decade of Style | International... →
IMAGE: Sølve Sundsbø, Freja Beha Erichsen (Harper’s Bazaar, March 2008) Should be an exceptional photography show. Can’t wait.
moving to tumblr
I have been encouraged to mosey over to tumblr from Blogger, as it is said to be more friendly to image heavy content. Previous posts are available at www.alwaystheartist.blogspot.com. Thanks for viewing my posts and work. Feel free to comment or message me. I’d love to hear from you!