Archive for September, 2010
Greg T. Spielberg aka GTS aka Louis Taymans aka the guy behind Streetwater, is an urban journalist to the full extent, whether he will admit to it or not. He […]
“Home” is my favorite track off LCD Soundsystem‘s latest album This is Happening. Now their is a killer new video to go with. Check it.
You will probably instantly recognize Rich Sommer as Harry Crane from AMC’s Mad Men, undoubtedly one of the best shows on television, currently in the middle of its fourth season. Then […]
We are all aware of where traditional media is headed. We were all aware of this before the ipad, smartphone, etc. I understand fashion mags are about to be all […]
This is one astonishing series of photography from Kevin Cooley entitled “light’s edge” showing very affective night views of landscapes which are enlightened by otherworldly beautiful streaks of light in the […]
This is a petit tribute from a group of friends to the film “Where the Wild Things Are.” I remember this part in the movie, but I don’t remember the […]
The first time I saw Meg Wachter’s work, I couldn’t help but think that this is how beautiful, yet fun photography looks. That this was art made my someone who […]
With the New York Fashion Week coming to an end last night with Gwen Stefani’s L.A.M.B. collection show at The Lincoln Center, (Really? Gwen’s line is ending NYFW?), it’s time […]
Alex Prager takes her cues from Pulp Fiction and the fashion images of Guy Bourdin to construct filmic narratives starring women disguised under synthetic wigs, dramatic makeup, and retro polyester attire. […]
We at Serial Optimist have been lucky enough to interview a former Chelsea Lately writer and quite a few roundtable regulars. Now, we get the best of both worlds. Sarah […]
Chilean born, New York based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz seeks to create works that can remind people of their mortality, invite them to look again at their lives and […]
Carolina Nitsch is presenting Do Not Abandon Me, (Sep 9th-Nov 13th) a series of 16 collaborative works created by Louise Bourgeois and Tracey Emin during the past two years. The show […]
Another Jordan confirmed for next year is the coveted Air Jordan VII ‘Cardinal’. Last retroed in the Spring of 2006, the sneaker makes a return next Summer.