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
This is the excerpt for another post.