Month: April 2012

The Parlour Suite

The Parlour Suite

The Parlour Suite sent me an email to tell me about their new album Everyone’s Looking which is dropping this coming weekend. i can’t tell you how flattered i am to be approached by talented people making good music. The Parlour Suite is the surf-pop project, formed by Mpls (Minneapolis) husband-wife team, Joel and Inga Roberts, […]

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Empty Spaces

Brian Henry is a photographer from Baltimore who bought his first camera in 2004 and has been honing his skills ever since. he has a wonderful collection of photographs documenting abandoned places, a theme that it central to his work My current portfolio reveals lost places, neglected buildings, decay, with occasional concepts conceived through dreams […]

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Nice Things No.8

nice things no.8 been losing my mind over this 1920s dress at dear golden gold metallic clutch from gift shop brooklyn notebooks from ribbon squirrel materia prima necklace from studio fludd linen market bag from studio patro wooden mini bowls from wind & willow home new jewellery from young frankk astrological print from hands workshop

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Into the Jungle

let me explain to you how this usually goes. i start browsing through my trusted roll of street style blogs, opening my favourite looks in new tabs, then i usually have a gander at bukowski’s to see what new art they have on their books (the internet isn’t fun if you don’t multi-task) which leads […]

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Off-Kilter

i’m really excited to offer you an exclusive first look at the new shoot from Kate and Alix (who you will remember from their last venture Fancy Pants) For our first shoot of 2012 we wanted to play with the idea of asymmetry which is how we came up with the title Off-Kilter. We loved the fact that […]

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These Things No.36

these things no.36! the story behind don draper’s new digs. i am so envious of set decorator claudette didul’s job. she GETS PAID to scour antique shops and mid-century dealers and craigslist to find all these gems. and so she should, because she’s done an amazing job. really enjoyed hila’s beautiful post romantic femininity, where she draws […]

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Moonmilk

Inspired by the novels of Jules Verne and Mark Twain, Ryan McGinley followed a group of kids through the uncharted underground caves of north America, taking pictures of them nude and tiny against the spectacular geological backdrops. all photographs by Ryan McGinley for his series Moonmilk. the book of prints is available at Amazon.

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