Photographer (and friend of mine) David Golann launched his new website. I know I'm biased, but it's really good stuff.
Friday, October 18, 2013
Monday, August 26, 2013
Last summer I participated in a photo swap organized by illustrator Nicole MacNeill. Sixteen of us spent a month with a disposable camera, and then sent it off to another member of the group to develop and share. It was nice, for once, having so little control over the results. By the time I mailed my camera, I couldn't even remember what I'd taken pictures of.
These are some of my favorites from the roll I sent to Gerard Brown.
Posted by Jenny at Monday, August 26, 2013
Saturday, June 29, 2013
Second, third and fourth photos by Elizabeth Felicella via Design Observer
The rest via Curbed
Donald Judd bought a five-story building in SoHo in the late '60s - when the neighborhood was disused warehouses and a few artists' studios - and moved in. Earlier this month the Judd Foundation opened his former home and studio to the public after a three-year restoration by Architecture Research Office. It looks (unsurprisingly) amazing! Appointments to visit 101 Spring Street are sold out until mid November, the last month the building will be open, so get your ticket now! Like, NOW!
You can read more about the building in an essay by Judd himself, here.
Posted by Jenny at Saturday, June 29, 2013
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Photos: Brian W. Ferry
My favourite photos from Brian Ferry's shoot of Bright Lyons on my very last day of work. Anyone who's visited the shop knows it makes an amazing overall impression - kids were constantly and forcefully pulling their parents through the door before they realized we sold furniture - but the details were partly what made working there fun. Even before it was photographed, that stack of Picabia books hanging out on Paul's desk was probably one of the nicest things I've seen.
Posted by Jenny at Tuesday, January 08, 2013