Laundry | On the Clothesline.


  A few days ago, I came across a photo of a clothesline hanging in a home... Like this: Whoops, I then proceeded to pull out all the photos I took of laundry while traveling this summer. Unfortunately, you don't see much in the way of brightly colored laundry in Manhattan. I think it's so lovely. These photos are from Italy and Israel. I love them all, but I REALLY … [Read more...]

Snoop Dogg, The Painter.

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Barbie is a blogger, and Snoop Dogg is a painter. “For many years I’ve always felt like painting was something that I wanted to do, but I never had time to do,” Snoop explains. “Painting gives me an emotion like no other. I could cry while I’m painting. I can laugh while I’m painting. I can be serious while I’m painting. I don’t have no parameters. When I’m rapping there’s certain things I can’t … [Read more...]

Illustrator Sara Andreasson


The work of Swedish illustrator and designer Sara Andreasson makes me so very, very happy. It's witty and cool, and colorful.We're inundated with thousands of images a day, feels nice to see something intelligent and sharp. Sara's done commissioned work for the NYTimes, Bang Magazine, Rolling Stone and Refinery 29. But her personal work: The series Rasterize, Museum and Adonis are my … [Read more...]

Barbie the Blogger | @barbiestyle


So…Barbie's a style blogger now. She #TBTs, she tans, attends every fashion show, stays at the most lavish hotels and works out all while looking photo op ready. She attends the trendy art shows, like the Koons retrospective. She hikes Runyon Canyon! She does collabs with other fashion people, like Rachel Zoe. She shoots aerial shots of her outfits and coffee and fashion week invites. It's shot … [Read more...]

Old Masters.


Carmen Herrera, painter, 99. Herrera sold her first painting at age 89. Her work is now in the permanent collections at the MoMA and the Tate Modern. I absolutely loved this story in the NYTimes magazine this weekend. It profiles different men and women in their 80's who are not only still working, but killing it. Let's not forget that this is the same week that we collectively freaked the fuck … [Read more...]

In The Studio with Daniel Arsham.

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A few weeks ago, Raquel Cayre and I popped out into Brooklyn to spend some time in the studio of the AMAZING Daniel Arsham. What a treat! Daniel grew up in Miami, and his work is largely inspired by childhood memories of Hurricane Andrew wreckage.  Arsham was an artistic wunderkind, receiving recognition in the art world by the time he was 25. His work encompasses elements of  architecture, … [Read more...]