Tuesday, June 30, 2009




Via: Jak and Jil


I love polygons and the graduation collection of Russian designer Irina Shaposhnikova is full of them.

Monday, June 22, 2009

Leslie David for Surface to Air

T-shirts prints for Surface To Air, S/S 09, F/W 10.

Primal Instinct

Christopher Kane 'Chimp jersey t-shirt'
323.63 AUD


Sunday, June 21, 2009

(Hannah) & [Landon]

Hannah and Landon Metz are married, multidisciplinary artists currently residing in New York City, New York.

The most adorable couple I've seen in my life.



Vik Muniz:


Georgia O'Keefe:

Damien Hirst:

Van Gogh:


Dark Night of the Soul

Artwork by David Lynch

Iconoclastic filmmaker David Lynch and music visionary Danger Mouse (aka Brian Burton) are collaborating on their first ever project and installation, Dark Night of the Soul, on view at the Michael Kohn Gallery from May 30 through July 11, 2009.

For their premiere collaboration, David Lynch and Danger Mouse have designed a two-room installation at Michael Kohn Gallery capitalizing on the interplay between the music from Danger Mouse’s and Sparklehorse’s album Dark Night of the Soul and the artwork David Lynch created for the album, allowing the mediums of art and music to complement one another. Fifty of Lynch’s photographs are mounted on aluminum panels that seem to float on the gallery walls, reinforcing the moody rhythms of the music from Dark Night of the Soul that will play throughout the gallery. The installation encourages a fully enveloping experience that surpasses the individual visual or auditory elements.

Dark Night of the Soul began when Danger Mouse, who has been a fan of Lynch’s for many years, approached the filmmaker about a possible project. The artists worked together and were inspired by each other— Lynch making photographs influenced by the original songs that Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse were creating. The result is Dark Night of the Soul, Danger Mouse’s first-ever gallery installation, and David Lynch’s first exhibition at Michael Kohn Gallery in nearly 15 years. (The first was in 1995, titled One through Ten, and featured photographs and drawings by the artist.) Lynch’s most recent installation, Diamonds, Gold and Dreams, was on view in the Cartier Dome at Art Basel Miami Beach in December 2008.

Extracted from: Michael Kohn Gallery

Winter Woolies

Sandra Backlund F/W09

Nanna Betty, knit me one of these please.

An Old Favourite

Undercover F/W03