the beard transformation
at the farmers market today, billy got mistaken for sam beam, from iron and wine. and we thought it was funny—-i never really saw the resemblance. but then again, billy has been growing his beard out lately, and so we had to look again. here’s what we found: holy crap. i have to take an updated photo of billy, because he really is starting to look just like this! bah! funny.
some people have more time and patience and...
take georges rousse, for example. the pink color field in this photograph is not applied digitally. this room is actually painted this way! this link takes you to a video that explains how he does it (warning, it’s in french!). essentially he paints abandoned spaces with a specific camera perspective in mind, and creates the illusion of color fields and floating blocks! via whorange
PRETTY ACCURATE this video from josh cohen (who is named the same as and slightly resembles my friend josh cohen from san francisco, which caused me to do a pre-coffee double-take) is only a perfect description of what austin is in for this summer. bah! via public school
william and clayton are the business.
for the launch of this season of cinema east, taking place at the french legation every other sunday all summer, we decided at the last minute that there really ought to be a poster series. i mean, it’s a perfect excuse to design unique posters for independent movies! enter william knopp and clayton armstrong. with little time left to spare, they offered to collaborate on a poster series for...
dress is ‘California hip’– Alison, season one episode 29 melrose place. yes.
alright! i think i have all of the jobs i can handle. i’m having fun striving to achieve a routine and balance, but am so pleased at the different creative outlets i’m getting to channel my energy into! this week, i began writing for apartment therapy again! they’re planning a huge relaunch in september, which should be super exciting. the site will be restructured to be one...