This small boutique of locally (NYC) manufactured and tailored apparel has got the urban outdoorsman look down, and harkens back to a time when even a man of modest means had his clothes tailored to fit. They also have a barber shop in the rear where you can get a straight-razor shave, a simple cut, […]
Ehren Reed’s work is often a re-interpretation of digital media through the throwback disciplines of stitching and embroidery, with bits of found objects, books and maps mixed in. But sometimes the hows and whys just don’t matter and you can simply stand back and say, ‘I like it’. I happen to also adore the person.
John Vanderslice’s Tiny Telephone studios is no secret, but that’s no reason not to celebrate it anew. With the recent addition of a “B” room, new lounge and office facilities for JV and Magik*Magik Orchestra conductor Minna Choi, and brothers Ian and Jay Pellicci manning the consoles, this studio has made the leap from a […]
Seiko Tachibana is a Japanese born, San Francisco artist who beautifully blends the juxtapositions of her experience in her work. Taditional tendencies with a modern approach, excellent use of negative space, and the boldness to work in large formats, her art to me seems so respectful of traditions while offering a glimpse of a design […]
This is a local blog by our writer friend Olu Johnson, who’s got a snarky take on just about everything floating about the interwebs. But why not take your news with a bit of humor and snark? From local neighborhood issues, to sports, national politics, and viral phenomenon, Butterfly Stories is a great resource for […]
You know those shows where it’s so damn good there is a palpable sense of now and the energy among the crowd and stage just gets swirled around and lifted up and everyone in the room feels lucky to be there and this is why we’re all here and enjoy it now because it’s fleeting? […]