here is a selection my friend Maxime sent me.
Apparently, we share more than a name…
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BASHEER GRAPHIC BOOKS, Singapore
THE AMERICAN BOOK CENTRE Amsterdam
ARNHEM COMING SOON B.V.
FROZEN FOUNTAIN ”
HIJMAN & ARENDS Arnhem
PRO QM Berlin
BOOKS LOGOS Tokyo
MEDIA SHOP Kyoto
MEMEX INC. Osaka
SHIMADA & CO Tokyo
ART DATA UK (distributor)
LIBRAIRIE 7 L Paris
LIBR. L’INDEX Nantes
FLAMMARION CENTRE Paris
LE MONTE EN L’AIR Paris
IVORYPRESS LTD Madrid
MATERIA PRIMA UNIP. LTA Porto
MUSEUM OF MODERN ART (MOMA) NY
NEW MUSEUM OF CONTEMP. ART [...]
Ferdinand Kriwet, Text sign, 1968
A: so, i read your paper and, uh, you’re a visual thinker, aren’t you?
B: uh … yes.
A (pained silence).
B (pained silence).
A: yes, your work is so (insert loaded sigh here) visual.
B (silently): What is it with this person?
A (out loud): Well, isn’t everybody a visual thinker? We all have eyes and we all see. how can people not be visual thinkers?
B: (another sigh).
is the title of the new collection of NY-based creator Black Sheep & Prodigal Son. Their new look book is so beautiful I can’t help showing it to you!
I haven’t got my hands on the new issue of Purple yet (life in switzerland…) but I already know something about it.
Hey Sang Bleu-
Love the magazine. This is new ad that appears for Alexander McQueen / McQ in a few mags this month, notably ‘Purple’
It’s the Fall / Winter 2009/10 – Vol. III, Issue 12
There is also an interview 1/2 way through with Aurel Schmidt regarding her snake tattoo in the body of the magazine.
(The lucky ones in posession of a copy of SB0 will certainly remember seeing Sean on some of Jeffrey KIlmer’s beautiful photos.)
Roberto Medeiros, whom I met as he was working outside, selling bahjis and pakoras at the Bricklane/Bethnal green corner, one freezing cold afternoon of the winter 2005.
He just sent me this.
What a nice surprise. I’m kinda moved actually.
Rob also lived in one of the most amazing places I’ve ever seen. A squat in an old early 20th century garage in Stockwell.
new tattoos by Jun Matsui