Fortunately, I am not a stamp collector [footnote 1]. But…
“Who would pay that much for a pair of speakers?” Feel free to replace “speakers” with any other piece of hifi kit and you have all the makings of a fine, old, hifi whine.
This is the question I’ve been asked most often over the years—Is you Eames chair comfortable?
What’s not to love. A picture book reproducing over 250 defaced, or is that re-faced?, record covers from the collection of Greg Wooten.
spewedition is a publishing collective comprised of Japanese photographers/artists Daisuke Yokota, Naohiro Utagawa, and Koji Kitagawa. They publish the kind of thing I most enjoy—multimedia extravaganzas to have and hold and hear.
I wept when FilmStruck failed. I cried a thousand tears for lost access to Bergman, Tarkovsky, Fassbinder, Fellini, Agnès Varda, Kurosawa, Andrzej Wajda, Chris Marker, Alain Resnais, Fritz Lang and so, so many more. Well, […]
Do you dig movies? Are you a fan of films? I am a devoted movie watcher, not necessarily goer, and I haven’t been this excited about a new flick since The Bride of Frankenstein.
Shyue Woon’s Dark Cities Trilogy is a collection of three books each telling its own story presented as a photographic novel where every page and image deepens the imagined worlds Woon invites us into. Having, […]
We are Made of Grass, Soil, and Trees is the latest photo book by Ayaka Yamamoto, published by T&M projects, and it is real beauty.
Are you a fan of contemporary photography? Cutting edge image-making at its finest? How about beautiful challenging images collected in a beautiful challenging book? If you answered “Yes” to any of the above, read on.
Twittering Machines took its name from the Paul Klee work “Twittering Machine” (Die Zwitscher-Maschine), from 1929. Today is the anniversary of Mr. Klee’s birth, December 18, 1879, so an appreciation is in order. Enjoy!