Stuff I liked on the internet this week.


Everything I liked on the internet this week! I love doing this, I just don't always get the time. Hope you enjoy it.  Domaine posted stills from all our favorite Mad Men sets. Wasn't just disappearing into such an aesthetically beautiful world half the fun of Mad Men? What was your favorite set? I loved Roger's office, Pete and Trudy's Park Avenue Apartment, and of course, Don and Megan's super cool pad! Megan's boho place out in LA was also a favorite. See them all.  As much as I think Don Draper is the best looking man alive, I have a major MAJOR crush on Roger. The Museum of the … [Read more...]

On Inconceivable Loss.

This weekend our community suffered the most intense tragedy in memory. Seven siblings were killed in their bedrooms as fire ripped through their home on Friday evening. Their mother and sister survived by jumping out the second floor windows after struggling to rescue her children and are now in critical condition. Loss like this is inconsolable, inconceivable. I didn't know whether to acknowledge it on the blog and social media, because it's so heartbreaking and huge, or to avoid it, because it's so personal and close to home. David and I have been grappling with this, with difficulty, … [Read more...]

NOSTALGIA | Where happiness lives online.


Because it's Monday and we need to see floofy things. Some brands are more than just products we consume, some brands are ingrained into our psyches. They trigger nostalgia, are part of our childhoods and make us feel warm inside. That's when you know that they have been doing their marketing thing right, even if they are killing us softly. Is their anything more American, more classic, than Coca Cola? It's symbolic, it's iconic. So much so, that images of Coke bottles, cans, caps, logo, have transcended consumerism. They evoke memories of 4th of July, smiling singing good looking hipsters, … [Read more...]



WOAH! Another year in blog land! This year was pretty cool in the life of "SKETCH42" the blog. SO many things happened career wise that were amazing and interesting. I started shooting interiors for real, and became a contributor for Domaine Home.  I had an art show at Intermix and my Trespass series on display at Avery Boardman in the D&D building. I designed a tote, made from one of my paintings. I was interviewed on Barney's THE WINDOW, Glitter Guide and more. I redid my living room, which was reblogged into oblivion. I was an ambassador for Legends of La Cienega. I even modeled … [Read more...]

DESIGN | The Apartment


In NYC we have "The Apartment by The Line" in Copenhagen they have "The Apartment." Both are concept stores that sell furniture and art, but in a setting set up like a functioning home. The Apartment's wares are showcased in the elegant setting of an 18th century apartment in Christianshavn, in the heart of Copenhagen, which was handsomely restored by founders Tina Seidenfaden Busck and Pernille Hornhaver. They deal in  20th century furniture, contemporary art and design. They also do private consulting on art and design. Below are photos of all the different incarnations of The Apartment. As … [Read more...]