Peyote People Gallery part 2
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Mexico City
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shop050  shop053

Mexico City
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shop005everything is on sale all the time!

shop006little girl all in pink by the side of the road


shop009fresh coconuts!

shop014coconut water and freash cut cocnut with lime and paprika

pretty skull beads purchased by my friend at the witchcraft market

I wish US money had gorgeous female artists on it

Musée Mécanique – San Francisco’s Antique Penny Arcade
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Dreaming in Pinot Noir
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lovely organic vegetable gardens at Lynmar Estate

blooming kale flowers

gorgeous glass walled wine cellar at Lynmar Estate

chair made entirely of used corks

Treehorn Books – Santa Rosa, CA
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Oooh I just love a good used bookstore. I can spend hours getting lost in one. We found pretty much one of the best ones I have ever been to, in Santa Rosa, California. Treehorn Books had just the right combination of fine literature  and  many obscure books on wine and other delicious hedonistic California activities.

…and I met this lovely lady

pretty miniature paper dollhouses hung in the windows too

Mutek 2012
06.12.12 | No Comments

Heading to Montréal for Mutek every year is always very inspirational and fun! Here are some vacation snapshots.

Jeff Mills

Jeff Mills

Jeff Mills

St. James Church exterior

St. James Church interior

St. James Church interior

Old Fashioned Camera Shop


Alex Smoke

Public Lover

Public Lover

Alex Smoke & Bryan

Palais des congrès de Montréal

Palais des congrès de Montréal

I love the new steps at SAT, light peaks through the glass circles

Fresh dumplings being made in Chinatown!

After a decadent Syrian food meal with Peter Van Hoesen and friends

Kraftwerk’s Radio-Activity at MoMA
04.12.12 | No Comments

Radio-Activity at The Museum of Modern Art, April 11, 2012 in 3D!

The Model

She’s a model and she’s looking good
I’d like to take her home that’s understood
She plays hard to get, she smiles from time to time
It only takes a camera to change her mind

She’s going out tonight but drinking just champagne
And she has been checking nearly all the men
She’s playing her game and you can hear them say
She is looking good, for beauty we will pay

She’s posing for consumer products now and then
For every camera she gives the best she can
I saw her on the cover of a magazine
Now she’s a big success, I want to meet her again

Man Machine






subway ride home

Photos by Seze Devres

20 Cats As Fonts
02.16.12 | No Comments

I absolutely love 20 Cats As Fonts. Click here to see the rest.

‘Hello Mr. Stella’ by Anthony Burrill
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Category: design |fashion

Italian Antique Poster by Aleardo Terzi, 1910

Blood Table
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Category: design

The Mexico City architect Elias Kababie’s drip table.

Pix – 2x concentrated use 1/2 as much
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Happy Hanukkah
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Artist Kiki Smith and architect Deborah Gans talk about their stained glass window in the Museum at Eldridge Street. Their new design is the culminating piece of the 20-plus-year restoration of this national historic landmark, an 1887 synagogue. Smith and Gans’s design features a celestial motif – illuminated stars in a swirling pattern that evokes the Big Bang.
Listen to the story here

Stained-glass window by artist Kiki Smith and architect Deborah Gans
in the 1887 Eldridge Street Synagogue
Courtesy Museum at Eldridge Street

Brian Dettmer: Book Autopsies
06.03.09 | No Comments
Category: books |collage |design

Brian Dettmer sifts through stacks of antiquated books, boxes of dusty cassette tapes, and piles of obsolete maps to uncover the perfect source and subject for his conceptual explorations and sculptural dissections. Dettmer alters pre-existing materials by selectively removing and manipulating elements as a way to allow new interpretations and ideas to emerge. With the precision of a surgeon, Dettmer uses scalpels, tweezers, and other medical instruments to carve into the surface of his found objects to reveal hidden meanings.

Skull, sculpture made from altered cassette tape cartridges by Brian Dettmer

Websters New World Dictionary altered by Brian Dettmer

Géraldine Georges
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Category: design |drawing

portfolio site

James Jean
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James Jean’s portfolio site:

James Jean’s blog:

05.19.09 | No Comments

My dad found an old drink ticket from the 80s NYC club Danceteria and scanned it for me.  I always loved their logo and flyer designs.

front & back

An amazing archive of Danceteria Flyers

Danceteria blog filled with cool videos and memorabilia

Late Night Reruns - Stephanie Chernikowski - 4/09/82

Late Night Reruns - Stephanie Chernikowski - 4/09/82

Coraline in true 3D was gorgeous
03.04.09 | No Comments

I had a chance to view Coraline in true 3D at the most lovely movie theater in New York The Ziegfeld. Coraline is far better and darker than most children’s films.  The visuals were completely inspiring and I can’t wait to see it again and again.

from the original book by Neil Gaiman

Coraline and her kitty venture down the rabbit hole.

The mouse circus performance was my favorite part.

Color Bars
01.29.09 | No Comments

This little video by André Chocron is really sweet.