If you live in New York you will definitely see famous people regularly but its truly rare to see a Victoria Secret Supermodel in the flesh and one of my all time-favorites at that. Ladies and gentlemen, Alessandra Ambrosio was at Milk Studios and so was I. Thank You Based God. Enjoy the eye candy. … Read more
Images via the No Names “Sukezane’s Diary in Tokyo Maze” Stylist Tomoki Sukezane p Photography by Junji Hata. Images : Editorial SOTOKOTO Feburary 2010 Issue Large elaborate prints that blend art with clothing continue to be marched down the runways of Milan, New York and Paris. One collaboration that was ahead of the curve in … Read more
Mike in his Bushwick Studio. Photography has always been essential to creating and maintaining the mythology of rappers. My friend Wilbert Cooper recently interviewed Mike Schreiber, a living legend in hip-hop photography, for VICE. A young Lil’Wayne As Wilbert describes him “Photographer Mike Schreiber’s camera must have something magical in it, because it seems like … Read more
Kaya is a close friend of mine and the creative director of The Metaproject and Six Scents Parfums. He recently began creating his own short films and he shared this one with me today entitled ‘Theater on Canvas : The Pain in Pleasure.’ The short visceral film explores the impact of pleasure , repetition and … Read more
Some snaps from the opening reception of ‘Do your thing’ at White Columns curated by Rub n Tug (Thomas Bullock and Eric Duncan) this past Saturday. The exhibition runs until July 14 and features work from the artists including Ryan McGinley , Gavin Brown, Aaron Bondaroff , Leo Fitzpatrick, Dash Snow , SK8THING and more.
“Ruins are the visible symbols and landmarks of our societies and their changes, small pieces of history in suspension. The state of ruin is temporary by nature, the volatile result of the end of an era and the fall of empires. This fragility, the time elapsed but even so running fast, lead us to watch … Read more
‘Happy Victims, You Are What You Buy’ by Kyoichi Tsuzuki Seigensha, Kyoto, 2008. 178 pp., 85 color illustrations, 10½x8″. Happy Victims is a photo book that profiles Japanese individuals who are obsessed with one particular designer. In the book collectors range from a Buddhist monk who visits his Tokyo condo filled with Comme des Garcons … Read more
If you’re looking for an event tonight Anonymous Gallery will be screening of the new Banksy film : The Antics Roadshow and hosting a reception/after-party at W.I.P. Music will be provided by Jaleel Bunton from TV on the Radio so it is sure to be a good time.There may still be time to RSVP to … Read more