• Mark Mawson: Derelict Locations

    For Mark Mawson, photographing a space commemorates a moment and makes the ephemeral permanent.  Whether it’s staging a location with props and costumes or encountering environments that feel more cinematic than real, Mawson’s images walk the balance between memory and imagination. I had been wanting to do a shot in an old barber shop for […]

    Mark Mawson 0 Comments September 6, 2013
  • ATHEIST Shoes: Tasteful Heathens

    Fueled by the financial support of 385 backers on Kickstarter, David Bonney realized his ATHEIST dream in the Spring of 2012.  Handcrafted and made with the finest leathers, the minimal design is a product with values, social consciousness and a great attention to detail. What began as a rather haphazard birth, intended more as a […]

    David Bonney 0 Comments September 6, 2013
  • ArtBridge: Another New York

    Scaffolding is an architectural feature inherent to New York.  ArtBridge, a non-profit organization aims to connect the public with the arts.   What better way than to install artwork in the middle of a construction site, on view to the public at all hours of the day? ArtBridge has organized an installation titled Another New York, […]

    DevinMathisandJonFeinstein IrinaRozovskyandJaysonKeeling 0 Comments September 6, 2013
  • Jason deCaires Taylor’s Curated Ocean

    Artworks are inevitably subject to an invisible yet powerful element known as duration.  The works of eco-sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor endure the passage of time in a manner quite different from art housed in traditional institutions.  Creating sculptures from inert pH, a neutral environmentally friendly marine cement, to rest on the ocean floor across Mexico, […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments September 6, 2013
  • Artsy Presents a Bauhaus Collection

    Bauhaus.  A name that you’ve probably heard more than once in art history lecture halls or in the company of design mavens.  Named for the school of art, architecture and design founded in Germany by Walter Gropius and based in Weimar from 1919 to 1925 in Weimar, in Dessau between 1925 and 1932, and in […]

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  • Just Chill: ATLAS Sock

    What do 16 coffee beans and and 1 20z soda bottle get you these days? Two pairs of the ATLAS from Ministry of Supply socks made from a blend of cotton, recycled polyester and carbonized coffee. Robotically knit for a precision fit, the ATLAS is a smart sock with carbon that attracts the carbonized coffee, absorbing […]

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