Ornamental yet functional, mobile yet fragile—do these aesthetic humanoids belong more to the realm of novelty or art?
If you trace the history of sketchbooks, you’ll find that although paper wasn’t always bound up into leather Moleskines, sketchbook contents haven’t … More
If we have to accept it, Wes Anderson seems like our best option for a director-turned-curator. The man certainly has … More
I’m happy to announce that I have a new column in Londnr magazine, the “Colour Column.” My first article of … More
Foam greens and ice blues. Fluoride colored, as if ions were individual units of aquafresh. Nothing red or geometric, sanguine … More
Today I’m going to buy sunflower oil. I’m imagining a small glass vial filled with viscous, tinted liquid. The color … More
In a museum, the least striking exhibits are inevitably the ones I see last—usually whatever occupies the lowest floors … More
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