Friday, February 27, 2009

A Thing For You

Happy to be home. Missed my Fab.
I love Paris.
And in the end, there is no place like home.

Song of the day.

Metronomy - A Thing For You

We're The Kids

Photos: Bruce Davidson

These are some of my favorite Bruce Davidson photos.
I love how young and care free they are.
Hope you enjoy them.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Last Train To London

Song of the day.

Electric Light Orchestra - Last Train To London

Pop Portraits

Ugo Mulas was an Italian photographer noted for his portraits of artists and his street photography.

While photographing the 1964 Venice Biennale, Mulas met several American artists, art critics, and the art dealer Leo Castelli. This meeting led to his travel to New York City and his documentation of the Pop art scene. This trip to New York and Mulas' resulting book and exhibits, New York, the New Art Scene became his best known work. The exhibit included enlargements of Mulas' contact sheets and environmental portraits of Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Barnett Newman and Roy Lichtenstein.

August 28 1928 - March 2 1973

I truly love these portraits.
He makes the artist into his own piece of work, he appropriates them.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009


I'm going to be in London tomorow.
Playing at a club called Jalouse.
Has anyone heard of it?
I haven't, but if you're up for it, come party with me.

And if anyone has any cool shopping suggestions, I would love to here them!

Red & Running

Guy Bourdin

My Favorite Guy Bourdin Photo at the moment.
Just can't stop enjoying everything about it.

Georgia On My Mind

Still longing for summer.

Song of the day.

Ray Charles - Georgia On My Mind

Monday, February 23, 2009

Buffalo 66

Vincent Gallo - Christina Ricci

My favorite Gallo movie. They're just so perfectly flawed.

Wear Your Love Like Heaven

Photos: Stéphane Sednaoui & Unknown

Song of the day.

Shoe Candy

Pierre Hardy

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Boo Boo The Cat

Miaou Mix party tonight Chez Moune.

Song of the day.

Hasil Adkins - Boo Boo The Cat

The Art of Jim Denevan

Jim Denevan makes freehand drawings in sand. At low tide on wide beaches, he searches the shore for a wave tossed stick. After finding a good one and composing himself in the near and far environment Jim draws, laboring up to 7 hours and walking as many as 30 miles. The resulting sand drawings are made entirely freehand with no measuring aids whatsoever. From the ground, these drawn environments are experienced as places. Places to explore and be, and to see relation and distance. For a time these tangible specific places exist in the indeterminate environment of ocean shore. From high above the marks are seen as isolated phenomenons, much like clouds, rivers or buildings. Soon after Jim's motions and marks are completed water moves over and through, leaving nothing.

Not only do I find his work simply breathtaking, the size, the structure, but what really stuns me is the idea.
His work is completely ephemeral, which is, to me, the definition of beauty, it does not last.

Thursday, February 19, 2009


Dree Hemingway
Halston Fall 09

Produced by London-based creative agency Blink Productions and Colonel Blimp.
The music was specially composed for the film. The song is called You’re The One by Benjamin Bronfman.

In The Summertime

It's so sunny outside, but so cold.
I want it to be hot, not wear shoes and just laze at a terrasse in the sun, with popsicles and cigarettes.

Song of the day.

Mungo Jerry - In The Summertime