kevin e. taylor if you live in or around san francisco…his show “terrestrial syndrome” is opening at the shooting gallery there this saturday. he’s really very talented.
THE SHOOTING GALLERY
LOCATION: 839 larkin St between o’farell & geary
GALLERY HOURS: tuesday – saturday 12pm – 7pm
here are a few of our fan photos…courtesy of our
our in-house stylist and creative director are headed to the big apple next week for our 2nd installment of “styling how-to’s”! sept 16th AND 17th…
stop by and get gussied up!
forgive me…i don’t know where the first image came from, but the b/w image is
hedi slimane’s, and the drawing is by mike brodie. :)
i travelled out to williamsburg with my buddy for an outdoor art/music festival…was awestruck by this collaborative installation at live with animals.
the show is called “fit for habitation”…
210 kent ave. brooklyn, ny.
for fp’s september catalog, our creative director found some of her inspiration in
jack pierson’s book, desire/despair.
hope you all enjoy this catalog! curious who your favorite model is…
danielle buetti…perforated photos illuminated from behind w lightboxes.
today and tomorrow…
my friend brooke is hosting a
terrarium workshop in collaboration with arthur mag!!!
this is so cool…i’m definitely going.
sign up soon!
the post about amelia merrick made me want to seek out more images of nomadic types…
santiago mostyn’s book all most heaven did that, and then some.
some cool pix of trainhoppin’ going live at benna’s cafe in philly on friday, sept 11th.
my grandfather used to jump on bethlehem steel cars from his farm into the “city”…always loved that image…i think you’ll love the ones taken by amelia merrick.
benna’s. corner of 8th and wharton.
opening 9/11 from 7 to 9pm.
our friends at
we the free chicago told us about the jazz festival going on in grant park this weekend…
if you’re in town, don’t miss it! and stop by and say hi to our team. they’ll be around with catalogs and good vibes. :)
you can also find ’em on facebook and twitter…
bailey sent us a comment, re: yesterday’s post about the bike exhibit at moore college here in philly…
“i just mosaiced a bike and i thought it would fit in with this little blurb!”
you bet! thanks for sharing…