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The Gentleman’s Wager // Mr Porter
This one’s a little different! I was the ‘portrait expert’ for a Mr Porter x Johnnie Walker partnership film, the third and final in the series. The gentleman’s wager was between Monica Chong - creative director of Cutler and Gross and Perou - a big eared photographer (haha, sorry mate…). Both had to draw one another’s portrait and it was a bloody good job I was on hand to help! You can watch it -here- …enjoy!
Completed mural from Mary Iverson ( @themaryiverson ) up in Portland, OR for the big @ffttnw mural festival that just wrapped up. Be sure to swing by and catch her new show ‘After’, where she’s exhibiting alongside @stephanie_buer - on view through September 6th at Thinkspace.
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In collaboration with Derek Welsh Studio and Paul Smith to create limited edition dominoes. Handcrafted in walnut and laminate using the Paul Smith signature navy and pink colour way, each set is presented in an oblique box, and drawstring bag.
1,400 dominoes. 45 processes per domino. 8,400 hand drilled holes. 155m of walnut. 15m² of laminate. 75m² of 150 grit sandpaper. 20m² of 320 grit sandpaper. 18 hand files.
LA bound • ZANEROBE “ZNRB” Collection launch @nordstrom_thegrove - presented by @streetetiquette - Nordstrom The Grove - Saturday 23rd of August - 3:00 - 5:00 pm @nordstrommen @nordstrom @thegrovela #menswear #fashion #design #zanerobe #zanerobeaus
Small things that are actually surprisingly big: an entire room in a single box
Convenience is an understatement when it comes to the room-in-a-box. A German design and furniture company came up with this brilliant concept, including a whole room’s worth of furniture in a box that only measures 90 x 120 centimetres. No tools are needed in the process of turning this box into a room, and assembly takes less than 10 minutes!
But what does it include? The unit contains all the essentials: a wardrobe, large desk/table with a separate desk cabinet with locking drawers, a revolving height-adjustable desk chair, two stools, a single bed and mattress, and a tall set of shelves. The stools and the drawers even double as additional storage containers. Talk about brilliant design. This is definitely the way of the future!
James Baldwin on the creative process and the artist’s responsibility to society – absolutely spectacular read from 1962
This artist has created a different miniature diorama every day for the past four years
When I see fruit and vegetables, I can only think of food. Artist Tanaka Tatsuya sees broccoli and parsley as a potential miniature tree or forest and has been using such everyday objects creatively with his collection of tiny figurines, turning them into various replicas of life events that will elicit an amused smile from appreciative viewers.
He titled his creative micro projects Miniature Calendar and has created one diligently every day for the past four years. His photos are uploaded daily to social networking sites like Instagram and Facebook and you can also buy his photo-book from Amazon Japan.
This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features Teresita Fernández and Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator Stephanie Barron.
Fernández has created a major new series of installations for MASS MoCA in North Adams, Mass. Titled "As Above So Below," the exhibition moves through the museum’s architecture to create enormous vistas and smaller, more intimate moments with sculpture. The show includes three large-scale installations that are informed by Fernández’s interest in landscape, art about landscape, and our perception of landscape, including Black Sun, Sfumato (Epic) and Lunar (Theatre). Curated by Denise Markonish, “As Above So Below” is on view through March, 2015. The exhibition is accompanied by a sleek, handsome 96-page book.
This is Fernández’s Projection Screen (Black Onyx) (2007). It’s in the collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
In 2005 Fernández received a MacArthur Foundation “genius” fellowship, and she currently serves on the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts. She has been the subject of solo exhibitions at MOCA North Miami, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Artpace, the ICA Philadelphia, Castello di Rivoli outside Turin, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and others.