sunday

by admin on October 19, 2014

objects sitting in the sun,
a lopsided thrift store vase / a negroni

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wednesday

by admin on October 15, 2014

a new fun project, designing a simple little website for my talented friend nora frank. check her out: eleanorefrank.com

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tuesday

by admin on October 14, 2014

visually-similar images

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monday

by admin on October 13, 2014

mondaymoods

 

Maison Martin Margiela’s A/W14 Héritage / unknown / Philadelphia walls

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thursday

by admin on October 9, 2014

“If I saw a girl in the club with it on, I’d be like, Oh, that’s pretty interesting. But I don’t know if I’d pay for that much for it. I wear an orange hat every day and it costs, like, a dollar.”

 

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thursday

by admin on October 9, 2014

details at home,

MM-LP-3 MM-LP-18 MM-LP-24 MM-LP-29

 

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sunday

by admin on October 5, 2014

toward:
lucidity
thoughtful flaneurs
cult favorites
cults
a clever reuse
frivolity
deep-dives (tech)
eccentric minions
a beach read with a little meat on its bones
negroni season
olive bars
bungee tie-downs

away:
frivolity
regional relevancy
urban neuroses
genre-mashups
hashtag campaigns
lazy structures
venom with no sting

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saturday

by admin on October 4, 2014

 
it’s like you are a winner.
it’s like “A guy walks into a bar and orders a madras. He walks out with a pair of trousers.
it’s like a strategic alliance.
it’s like this spelling: “lite”
it’s like genre mashups.
it’s like Keynesian economics.
it’s like this dance sequence.

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thursday

by admin on October 2, 2014

CAROLINE-1 CAROLINE-12

recent work for urban outfitters, a walk around brooklyn with chairlift’s caroline polachek, photographed by claire cottrell

read the post here

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wednesday

by admin on October 1, 2014

“But I only allow myself to read the book every few years because (1) it is so heartbreaking (2) it is so good that it makes all of my work seem trivial.”

Alec Soth’s reading list in Aperture magazine.

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