Justina Blakeney | The New Bohemians.

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Yesterday Justina Blakeney, the woman behind such genius as a "Face the Foliage" and the awesome blog The Jungalow, released her first book: The New Bohemians. It's spectacular. The photography is by Dabito, who is AWESOME, and it features 20 homes of New Bohemians. If you've ever liked a photo of a houseplant, moroccan rug, weaving, suzani, ikat.... etc etc etc... this book is like crack cocaine. I mean, I'm kind of a preppy New Yorker who in my own imagination is artist living in Venice, but this book makes me want to start making cement planters (I'm gonna DIY some, I already bought the … [Read more...]

Bunny Williams | On Garden Style + Giveaway

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This weekend I received not one, but two copies of the re-release of legendary Bunny Williams' 1998 book On Garden Style. One for me, and one for one of you! Bunny Williams is nothing short of a giant on the American Interior Design scene. After working for 22 years for the Parish-Hadley design firm, she opened her own design firm in 1988. That's like - what, 50 years as a tastemaker and industry leader? Along with designing interiors, Bunny is known for her passion for gardens. After 5 days of hard work in Manhattan, she would retreat to her Connecticut home and relax in her idyllic … [Read more...]

BOOKS | P Magazine.


The second annual art Magazine/Book P MAGAZINE is now available online to buy.  P MAGAZINE is an aesthetic object-book designed as a collector’s limited edition founded and created by Face, Mariana García & Cecy Young. The subject matter of the second book is "Warm" - the book exudes that in every way - romance, passion, sex and desire - are reflected in the colors, papers, and of course the ridiculously good photography. The book features contributions by Henrik Purienne, Akila Berjaoui, Olivia Malone, Napoleon Habeica, Vivienne Mok, Miko Lim, Mariana García, Cecy Young, Franklin Collao, … [Read more...]

Sir | Mario Testino


“The way men are seen in photography, in fashion, and the way that men look at pictures of themselves has changed in recent years. It is a subject that has come into focus: The masculine image, a man’s personal style, changing attitudes to the male face and body.” — Mario Testino It definitely has, hasn't it? Masculinity, in all its forms is a fascinating subject. I feel like the line between masculine and feminine is ever blurring and these captures are intimate in a way that feels feminine or delicate, but with men as subjects. Does that make sense? It's lovely to see the male form be … [Read more...]

#Absurdistsummer | Tear Out Print Book!


Woohoo! I've been wanting to do a "book" of some sort for a while now. At a certain point, it's just what one does, isn't it? This is a book, in which all the pages TEAR OUT, for framing! Just a fun little project I've been working on ;)  You can buy the book HERE. A few months ago, I was sitting with Erica for one of our yearly "What should we do with our lives?" chats, when she came up with the idea of a Tear Out Print Book. Basically, a book of photos in which all the pages tear out, for easy framing. I loved the idea; most of her ideas are brilliant. I know I've torn photos out of coffee … [Read more...]