Time Magazine (Style + Design) of Maryam Nassir Zadeh:
Here’s another shoot I’ve never shown until now. In early February of 2012, I spent the day with designer Maryam Nassir Zadeh at her home and store on the Lower East Side. On that day, I was only about 6 days into being a father and I remember spending the majority of our time together talking about the glories of parenting and getaways to Mexico. I enjoyed this shoot. It’s ideal to be asked to do a broader coverage of an individual…..portraits, details, interiors and if possible, landscapes. Thank you Natalie (at Time).
Scenes from the second inauguration of Barack Obama, Washington D.C.
(photo by Duncan Wolfe)
photography by grant cornett
Duncan Wolfe by Grant Heinlein
Fucking amazing shot of my boy Dunks.
StyleSeek Retreat going live this coming week.
We look good.
For contemporary art to be free of the laboured language that has clogged its comprehension for the last 20 or 30-odd years, it has to stop acting like contemporary art. This requires accepting the parameters of what contemporary art is, and acknowledging the long shadow that a professionalised art language has of late cast over the making of art. That grimly serious language —born of insecurity about the frivolity of the creative act (an anxiety that, let’s not forget, fails to trouble Tom Cruise, or Beyoncé, or the Blue Man Group) — might shrivel once it’s amputated from the act of making, like a vestigial wing or thumb for which we can’t remember ever having found a use.
paul ryan | raleigh, nc
god i love the faces in the crowd
I love this
Too Hard For The Radio
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