Blog Post Archive (May 2012)

  1. L.A. Pong – Robin Maddock

    L.A. Pong by Robin Maddock. via the New York Times

  2. Isabel Marant- F/W12


  3. Matt Merkel Hess

    A fondness has formed for Los Angeles based Matt Merkel Hess‘ stoneware, ceramics and sculptures of common items like laundry baskets, buckets, crates and bricks. Jugs and bowls are available for purchase at Iko Iko and bookends at Standard Goods.

  4. Electricity

    Loved this editorial in the recent issue of The Gentlewoman. Photography: Daniel Riera Model: Julia Nobis Styling: Jodie Barnes

  5. Frédéric Lagrange

    Photography by Frédéric Lagrange.

  6. ________ means a lot

    A flea market CA. Collect a lake is a lake is a lake gotta get up to get down a nice idea for a modern chair edith sitwell “good taste is the worst vice ever created” wassily kandinsky “Everything starts

       … Continue Reading

  7. Cynthia Gutierrez: The past is what I remember

    ZONA MACO SUR is a section in ZONA MACO of booths for projects by individual artists and my crush this year was Mexican artist Cynthia Gutierrez from Guadalajara. Her stand was an elegant display of marble busts, flags,  a tapestry,

       … Continue Reading

  8. A Brief History of John Baldessari

    As narrated by Tom Waits.

  9. May 17th: Maryam Nassir Zadeh-Symbols + Rituals performance

    New York based creatives Nanse Kawashima and Eri Nagasaka have started a project called  Symbols + Rituals. The collective are intrigued by childhood nostalgia and memories. More than anything, the duos inspirations comes from the art of making daily habits even more

       … Continue Reading

  10. Exercise Projects: A reading by Aaron Peck-Sat May 19th

    Exercise Projects is hosting a reading Saturday May 19th in the afternoon by writer/ 01 contributor Aaron Peck.  He will be reading from his novel-in-progress, The Bad Arts.   Saturday May 19th 3-5 pm Reading at 4:00 pm 147 Main

       … Continue Reading

  11. Japandroids tour dates

    The duo Japandroids are going on a big tour kicking off in the UK in Cardiff ,Wales on May 17th and ending in their hometown of Vancouver, Canada. If you are in any of the cities that they are playing

       … Continue Reading

  12. Colour in Clay (1941)

    Colour in Clay (1941) by British Council Film A Technicolor study of English pottery, the skill of the potter, and the modern mechanized factories of Wedgwood.