Just daydreaming of burnt sky, Montauk highway and making my way back to New York.
This amazing house stopped me in my tracks. How did I not know about it until it recently popped up in the real estate guide. I love everything there is about this house especially because I could really see myself living here. I love that the owners did not know anything about modernist architecture but respected the original design to ensure a sensitive renovation. The kitchen is my favorite part of the house: the floating cabinets and the wall screens are perfectly in line with the era. At a hefty $1.2 million I will definitely be dreaming about this house for some time to come. Check it out on realestate.com whilst it lasts.
Images courtesy of realestate.com
Whilst the exhibition ended several weeks ago I thought i would post some pics from the Little Deities exhibition that was curated by Daniel Atkinson; a good mate of ours. Whilst ashamedly we couldn’t make it to the opening night, we made sure to check out the exhibition before it closed. Asking one self what is worthy of worship is a question best left up to the contributing artists. With so many gods on offer one can really shop around. Whilst indeed some had better accessories than others I was very excited to find the god of good times; I cannot tell you how long I have been looking for a God who understands whats really important. Congrats again Dan & Simone, cant wait to see what you guys do next.
Global Gangway is a zine I created back in 1996. I came up with the name after traveling on the last carriage home and it has stayed with me since. There is something so symbolic about train travel that reminds me to never stop exploring. With my Dad's help in the dark room I found a few perfect frames for the first edition. 15 years later my journey continues.
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