Posted on | November 30, 2008 | No Comments
I think I first saw Jason’s work when Jack Spade released that comic book documenting the robber who broke into their store on a few occasions and was intrigued by his quirky drawing style. I eventually figured out he was the guy behind the drawings and ended up art his website and was more than impressed. There are a bunch of interesting projects on there to buy and everything is really affordable. Above, is one of my favorites – drawings of every single piece in the MOMA in January 2005. Check his work out here.
Posted on | November 25, 2008 | 1 Comment
Matt Irwin, founder of Less Common and acclaimed photographer answered a few questions. Shooting the likes of Alice Dellal and Agyness Deyn, as well as many Dazed and Confused covers, see what he has on his mind……below. By Yale Breslin.
Posted on | November 25, 2008 | No Comments
Another great lookbook from Sophomore, shot again by the amazing Cass Bird. A very solid set of photos featuring some friends and favorites and of course the well done basics of Sophomore. Check the rest out here. (via The State)
Posted on | November 25, 2008 | 2 Comments
Alice Dellal has taken the fashion world by storm – due to her unique style and her rule-breaking presence. As the new face of Agent Provacateur, Dellal has graced the pages of Paris Vogue and was also featured in a recent MANGO Campaign. With her half shaved head and omnipresent nosering, Dellal filled me in on her favorite photographers (Diane Arbus…), her favorite places to shop (www.fetish.com) as well as her vices (ventolin inhalers et al….). By Yale Breslin.
Posted on | November 24, 2008 | 3 Comments
22 year old artists, Daniel Keller and Nik Kosmas were born to rival advertising executives in the Midwest. Amazingly, on dates coinciding exactly with the winter and summer equinoxes. Despite this unsual coincidence, it was not until 2004 at an art therapy class for troubled youth that they finally met. Their therapist noted a compatibility in their star charts and recommended they collaborate and in the fall of 2006, they moved to Berlin and launched AIDS-3D.COM. Interview by Hugh Alexander Scott-Douglas.
Posted on | November 18, 2008 | 1 Comment
Recently releasing Don’t Look Down, a Tiny Vices Book with Tim Barber, Ben Schumacher creates art in many traditional and non tradition forms. Whether it be through drawings or exploring new ways to conceptualize and present art via the internet, Ben’s work consistently intrigues and impresses. Specifically of note are the Forts that he and his friends create, which he talks about below, as well as his plans to release another TV book featuring photos taken from the Forts. By Kyle Morrison.
Posted on | November 18, 2008 | 1 Comment
Editorial Director and Publisher of Wonderland, Huw Gwyther always wanted to publish a magazine. After studying fashion design at St Martins and landing a gig working with Mario Testino – he knew that magazines were for him. Bridging the gap in the publication world for all things related to contemporary culture and style, Wonderland was created in an attempt to have content that everyone could take something from, and while doing so, target as many people as possible. With an exciting new project on the go titled rollacoaster.tv, Gwyther gave me a sneak peek as to what we can expect from the Dec/Jan publication. Take a look below (YB).
Posted on | November 16, 2008 | 1 Comment
Hailed as an it girl with a distinct sense of style, Josephine de La Baume divides her time between New York and Paris and leaves her mark wherever she goes. Good friends with Harley Viera-Newton, de La Baume stands on her own as both an actress and style icon. Josephine fill us in on her love of Rick Owens, Diane Lane, and a good pair of colored socks. By Yale Breslin READ MORE
Posted on | November 16, 2008 | 24 Comments
Maximillian Whitney has always had a fascination with horror films. With the recent launch of his new company, Dark House of Whitney, Max, along with his father, have written several scripts within the past few years and have an upcoming script underway taking place in New York. After ditching a career in the jewelry business and making an attempt to concentrate full-heartedly on his first passion, Whitney has a new website which will seek to disclose and discuss urban legends that take place within the confines of New York City. Take a look below. By Yale Breslin.
Posted on | November 13, 2008 | 4 Comments
Creative Director of Half Life clothing, Joey Gray started his line with one thought in mind: people tend to wear the same few things over and over again. He set out to create a collection of basic pieces based on “minimal construction fit, and comfort”. Mr. Gray was kind enough to let me in on his thought process – from conception to execution and everything in between. Ladies and gentlemen, I present you…..Half Life. By Yale Breslin.
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