This February, Ben Moon created his own extravagant world for the Charlotte Ronson fashion show after party. His goal is to be this generation’s Andy Warhol, melding together our modern celebrity obsession, high fashion, technology, pop culture and visuals.
Writer Jenny Block chats it up about open marriages, her life beneath the sheets, and how being such a candid scribe goes over with her mom.
Drew Struzan is one of the greatest poster artists of all time. The man behind the classic posters for, among others, the STAR WARS, INDIANA JONES, and BACK TO THE FUTURE series, it was a sad day for film art when he retired back in 2008.
A father and daughter in the village of Meghalaya in northeast India are part of the centuries-old tradition of building ‘living bridges’ – training the roots of strangler fig trees to cross a river – creating living architecture that can withstand even the heaviest of storms.
As part of a Fine Arts workshop that took on the theme of icons, Swedish artist George Chamoun used computers (But NO morphing techniques) to merge two different celebrities from two different eras into portrait collages. He calls the series Iconatomy.
In yet another inspiring TED talk, Janet Echelman talks about how multiple rejections from Art school, not only didn’t she give up… she took outdoor art and inspiration to a whole new level. Gorgeous and inspiring.
If you want a bargain in NYC, be prepared to make some sacrifices… even when it comes to your permanent markers. In my favorite discount store, I found what looks and smells like a Sharpie… but is definitely not a…