Recently, I had the opportunity to interview British designer Tom Dixon for T Magazine. We spoke about his presentation at this yearâ€™s ICFF, which featured his new INDUSTRY line, the first in a series of limited-edition, self-published books, and a hands-on booth called Flash Factory. And, most interestingly, Dixon revealed his thoughts on the next… Continue reading Tom Dixon Q&A for The Moment
Clear’s digital winter issue is up online now at www.clearmag.com. We’re really excited – and I’m personally pretty proud – to have collaborated with Designer of the Year Maarten Baas on the cover for the special Design Miami/Art Basel issue! In addition to Mr. Baas, the new issue features profiles of and new projects by… Continue reading Clear Magazine Issue 34 Now Online!
Clear Magazine‘s latest issue, “Dream Weavers,” debuted at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York this past week. In honor of the event, Clear produced a collector’s edition, tree-free, 100% recyclable fall issue, and it’s being distributed throughout the week at related venues: in Tents at Bryant Park, and at hotels and galleries throughout the city.… Continue reading Clear Magazine’s New Issue!
In honor of Fashion Week in New York, I just reviewed Assouline‘s new cookbook – American Fashion Cookbook: 100 Designers’ Best Recipes – for BehindtheBurner.com. The book features designers favorite recipes, along with original illustrations, by the likes of Diane von Furstenberg, Isaac Mizrahi, Carolina Herrera, Donna Karan, Tory Burch, Derek Lam, Nicole Miller and… Continue reading Fashion & Food: 100 American Designers
Shepard Fairey is probably best known for his iconic, stylized portrait of Barack Obama, accented by the word “HOPE,” one of the most memorable images of Â the last presidential campaign. He originally gained notoriety by translating pop culture imagery into guerilla propaganda campaigns, most prominently with his ubiquitous â€œOBEYâ€Â images. Faireyâ€™s recent work involves complex, multi-layered… Continue reading “The Public Works” by Shepard Fairey