Mike Posner — We Own It (Rmx) ft T. Mills, Sammy Adams, & Niyke
My fav boys in one room <3
My fav boys in one room <3
We would like to invite all of you to come out Wednesday, December 18th
to celebrate the launch of our new book titled Support, Therapy and Instability. (You can purchase it here with free shipping for domestic orders only until Dec.31)
110 E 25th St.
Btwn. Park Ave. and Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10010
Support, Therapy, and Instability, is a limited edition (Edition of 1000), 136-page hard cover and full color monograph printed on 128 gsm glossy art paper. The book’s main focus are twenty-three large canvases created by Mint&Serf with Jacuzzi Chris, Pablo Power and#PPP at The Broadway Chapter in New York City from December 2011 through September 2012. Contributing essays by Cat Marnell (Vice / Elle UK) and Carlo McCormick (Paper). Photos by Scott Furkay.
Made possible with generous support by Tim Cadiente of Barton Perreira.
Originally posted on fashion. grunge. style.:
It’s rare that a lookbook presentation keeps me this glued. Although if you use some of my favorite models like Micky Ayoub, I’m instantly intrigued. For the Fear of God second collection, which starts shipping Dec 16th, photographers Cameron McCool & Christian San Jose decided to take on a more natural and raw approach using inspiration from the 80s skins world and the Pacific Northwest of the 90s.
Models : Micky Ayoub Josh Scroggins Luk Magill | Photographers : Cameron McCool & Christian San Jose | Creative Director : Jerry Lorenzo | Visual Director : CeeJè Sargent
Meet BOSCO; an American multi-disciplinary artist and musician from Atlanta. Recently many have compared Bosco to one Ms Solange Knowles which has many of her loyal following stumped; especially as Bosco’s sound has been making waves in Europe and the states since waaay before the infectious “You and Me” stormed the radios. I met up with her in New York to discuss her music, her latest project and about why she isn’t offended by those Solange comparisons.
Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
1. Writing things by hand. Letters to friends, lists for the store, goals for the week, notes for lovers, thank you cards and memos to coworkers. Digital communication is easy and convenient but ask anybody: there’s a huge difference between texting someone to say that you love them and hope they have a great day and writing it on a note and leaving it next to their bed.
2. Savoring time to do nothing. Taking a cue from pre-industrialized society and cultures that enjoy siestas and long, drawn-out, sit-down teas that serve no other purpose than to spend time enjoying the time you have.
3. Thinking before responding. We’ve become too conditioned to require things immediately. Someone asks a question, and we have to respond that second. Such was not the case before instant messaging and comment threads. A sign of true intelligence and confidence, I think, is someone who…
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