AJ Fosik’s updated take on folk art is both poppy and unpredictable. Plus, check out his amazing collection of vintage beer sweaters – originally how I found out about him.
Archive for March, 2009
The boo and I won tickets (God bless WNYC) to see a screening of the new film, Sugar hitting theaters in NYC and LA on April 3rd. Directed by Anna Boden & Ryan Fleck (the duo behind Half Nelson) this is not your typical baseball epic. Following the life of Miguel “Sugar” Santos as he [...]
This post deserves a bigger photo – can’t wait for this film, especially after seeing the trailer. A masterpiece finally brought to the screen by an influential director. Mark your calendars for October 12th.
Looks like I’m a little late to the party – but check out Kitsune Noir’s Desktop Wallpaper Project, a collection of pieces from emerging artists already formatted for your iPhone, PSP, and any desktop size. I think even folks with a PC could use these…very cool idea, and great way to check out new artists. [...]
Emily Rothschild is an industrial designer living in Cambridge, MA. Her witty upgrades to the nameplate include the emotional and even medical. Above left is her Epinephrine creation.
Imagine if Bjork and Woodie Guthrie had a very talented baby. Enter Lovísa Elísabet Sigrúnardóttir aka
Lay Low. Gearing up for her second album since her 2006 debut Please Don’t Hate Me, she’s playing a couple of shows in NYC including a gig at Mercury Lounge on 3/26 and Hiro Ballroom on 3/27 opening for [...]
Whilst trying to expand my plant collection, I stumbled across the Gnome Home etsy store, and had to share. Everyone needs a little elf and fairy in their lives, and these are so clever.
This isn’t normally the type of photography that we would feature, but Matt Armendariz work is like eye-candy for any foodie. I love his use of color and style.
Jeff Sonhouse’s combination of the fantastic as well as the traditional make for striking work. Preview a few of his past shows, we’re on standby for his next NYC appearance.
A brooch isn’t something gals these days typically look for to complete the perfect outfit, but Angela Knipe’s etsy store might have them thinking twice.