Milan-based chef and artist Yujia Hu makes sushi in the form of miniature athletic footwear. Check out more “shoe-shi” art below!
Been loving this EP on Martyn’s 3024 label from Erosion Flow. Actually been playing all the tracks pretty much every set since we got the EP, this is prob our pic of the bunch. Super emotive and classy, very fitting with the style of the label, sounds like a forgotten gem! Check it out on Juno.
TI DATE: PlusDesign and M/M (Paris) present M/MAISON : A series of domestic objects by M/M (PARIS) : 04: 13: 16
PlusDesign and M/M (Paris) present M/MAISON
In early 2016, Pieter Hugo shot a series of portraits of a street cast wearing
Anny Wang Treasures, 2016
Pausing for beauty. Pausing for artificial beauty. For fake objects, objectivity, fakeness. Pausing as in II. Push the button. Feel free. Take a deep breath. And touch the glossy surface of beauty.
1. Arnaldo Anaya-Lucca Chad White, 2012
2. Thomas Kaltenbach The Selfie Book, 2016
3. Ferry van der Nat Gorgeous Mr. Alberto’s Butt, 2016
4. Antonio Lopez Jerry Hall, 1976
5. David Sims Levi's, 1992 & Ferry van der Nat Citizen Homme Magazine, 2015
6. Hadar Pitchon Vanity Teen, 2016 & Matthias Vriens Monstera Deliciosa, 2014
7. Steeve Beckouet Palette, 2015
The back is back. For special achievements in male butt photography, I would like to highlight Mr. Matthias Vriens-McGrath, ingenious father of Tvtor and Dutch, and Ferry van der Nat. Eat your
1. Alasdair McLellan Eddie Peake, i-D Magazine 20016
2. Eddie Peake No Brains, 2011
3. Eddie Peake Komodo Dragon 3, 2015
Nudity is not a bad thing. It is good. A penis is not a bad thing. It can do good. What is the point of censorship of sexuality. When it is the most human mode of existance. Why do we still feel ashamed. Why are our accounts being deleted?
Legs for days
1. Julia Ragnarsson Spring/Summer 2017
Survival of the fittest
2. Prada Spring/Summer 2017
THE suit and THE sunglasses
3. Ashley Williams Spring/Summer 2017
A mix of menswear, womenswear, Paris, New York and London. When gender blur, time and location does. We do not care about seasons any longer, but ideas. Thoughtful thoughts, thought-through thinking. New ideas. Capital N. E. W. Please enjoy my selection.
Patrick Mettraux GT Magazine, 2010
Of course, I have only picked a personal selection of preferences including nose, armpits and latex in no particular order. Rather more practical than a gift guide, I guess.
Where did you grow up?
Sue grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Al grew up in Detroit.
Where do you live?
We live in NYC but spend time in LA.
Tell us bit about 57W57 Gallery..
57W57ARTS is a friendly, low key project space that mounts shows of art, furniture, and soon, artists’ books. It’s connected to Al’s child psychiatry office, which is filled with more art and furniture.
Who is your style icon?
Sue loves Martin Margiela. Al doesn’t have a style icon.
Three items of clothing you could not live without?
Sue can’t live without Levi 501’s, Belgian loafers, and her Canter’s Deli t-shirt.
Al can’t live without 1955 Levi 501’s, Buzz Rickson 1942 khakis, and nice, plain t-shirts.
What’s your personal soundtrack?
Sue’s: Tom Waits, Rickie Lee Jones, and Neil Young.
Al’s: Marvin Gaye, Al Green, and A Love Supreme.
What does style mean to you?
Style is a deeply felt commitment to a personal aesthetic.
If you could meet any person in the world, who would that be?
We don’t have anyone specific we want to meet, but we like meeting nice, interesting people.
Al’s favorite color is orange. Sue doesn’t have a favorite color.
Favorite food/ restaurant?
We love Italian food, Sociale in Brooklyn Heights, and Posto Pizza on 2nd Ave are our regular spots.
What would you like to do when you grow up?
We are, for better or worse, grown up.
Here at Sang Bleu we are proud and excited to announce The Fetish Series, three zines which explore the depths of online fetishists minds published by Sang Bleu and Reba Maybury’s new publishing company Wet Satin Press
The three zines are:
- A MAN’S FETISH FOR WOMEN WEARING OFFICE APPROPRIATE HEELS SUBMERGED INTO WATER.
- A 60 YEAR OLD MAN’S RITUALISTIC FETISH FOR WEARING NYLON ON HIS FACE AT HOME.
- A MAN’S FETISH FOR THE AIR BUBBLES TRAPPED INSIDE WOMEN’S DRESSES WHILE SWIMMING.
The zines will be presented at the New York Art Book Fair at MoMa PS1 which opens this Thursday until Sunday, where Wet Satin Press will be sharing a table with Tamara Santibanez.
Each zine is an edition of 50.
Interviews by Reba, creative direction by Maxime Buchi.
Xifopagas Capilares, 1984 (Live performance 2015)
Galleria Franco NoeroImage: Courtesy of the artist, Galleria Franco Noero, Torino and Luhring Augustine, New York
Documentary: From National Geographic to BBC, 2015
Tetsumi Kudo (Japan)
Hauser & Wirth
Yael Bartana (Israel)
Inferno (2), 2014
Annet Gelink GalleryImage: Courtesy of Annet Gelink Gallery
‘A one-on-one intimate portrait session with…’ (Live performance), 2015
Misako & Rosen
Adam wears Yohji Yamamoto jumper, Martine Rose camo trousers, Zaina wears Ralph Lauren top and trousers, sunglasses models own
Film The Blanks s’est amusé à reprendre les grands classiques du cinéma américain pour en faire des posters abstraits et codés associés à des citations qui vous feront deviner à quel film se rapporte l’affiche. Nous avons compilé pour vous quelques posters mais bien d’autres sont à deviner sur leur site.
Empire of the Sun / Little Miss Sunshine.
Jurassic Park / March of the Penguins.
Kill Bill Volume 1 / Public Enemies.
Lost in Translation / Alien.
28 Days Later / Full Metal Jacket.
2001 : A Space Odyssey / Where the Wild Things Are !
Forest Gump / A Clockwork Orange.
Star Wars : Return of the Jedi / West Side Story.
Kate in Babooshka (1980) - by callingmewomanandhalfman
La photographe suisse Marie Rime a fait une série intitulée « Masques » qui rassemble des portraits de modèles portant des masques entièrement faits avec des jeux : puzzles, cartes, mikados, dames et pions en tous genres. Cela donne un rendu de masques ethniques qui transforment les visages.
We are psyched to introduce Beverly, the new project from Drew Citron + Frankie Rose that is currently re-sparking our love of infectious, sweetly buzzing pop melodies, heavenly girl-group harmonies, and, incidentally, expired Polaroid film. The thing that sets all of Ms. Rose‘s work apart is the impeccable songcraft, and it shines here on the chugging, endlessly replayable “Honey Do“, which sort of reminds us of the reason we fell in love with her jams in the first place. “Honey Do” is taken from Beverly’s forthcoming debut record, due this summer on Kanine, and will also appear on the label’s limited, vinyl-only Record Store Day comp:
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Another post on Kompakt! This time it’s just a lovely video I wanted to share in addition to my interview with the co-founders of the influential Cologne based music label. It’s affectionately produced by Sonos Studio and also features Gregor Schwellenbach, a fine pianist I had the pleasure to hear live a couple of months ago.
via maria joao marques
Beauty can be seen in all things, seeing and composing the beauty is what separates the snapshot from the photograph. – Matt Hardy
Where did you grow up? Verona,italie
Where do you live? Between Paris and Italy
What is your personal soundtrack at the moment?
A playlist i have made that is titled Happy. It Is a mix of different kind of tracks old and new but eveeysingle one makes me go immediatley in a good mood
Your star sign? pisces ,taurus ascendent
Who is your style icon? I really don’t have one….i can say one of my big inspiration has been my grandmother .2 others one are Wallis Simpsom and Coco Chanel
What do you do or what would you like to do when you grow up? Live in the country side -by the sea ,surrounded by nature ,lots of animals and lots of friend!
What would you like to leave behind?
All the insignificant things .