Daniel Everett

Daniel Everett

7 Jul 2014 / 23 notes





Laura Findlay

4 Jul 2014 / 14 notes / painting 





Thomas Prior

Thomas Prior





George Underwood

George Underwood

2 Jul 2014 / 17 notes / photography america 





Steven Paneccasio

2 Jul 2014 / 53 notes / photography 






VICE: So why did you leave New York?
Erin Jane Nelson: I moved to New York a week after I turned 18 after living in the suburbs my whole life. Obviously the change was really distinct and intense. I simply did not understand the ways in which art is hugely social, sometimes for better and sometimes for worse. It quickly became apparent that I was way behind the curve in terms of my knowledge of contemporary art—I only really understood it through this teen girl livejournal identity that was so fantasy-based. I knew that I wanted to grow from being in New York, but I felt ill-prepared to fit into an accepted mold, even though I tried. But I also felt ill-prepared to be resistant; I didn’t feel I had the language or the self assurance. I’m almost 25 and I feel as though I am just now able to get back to a grove with my work that feels great. I have a routine life where I spend most of my free time making things. I have an amazing small core of peers in Oakland and without them I would probably still be very confused and aimless in my making and identity. 

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Erin was a contributing interviewer to Issue 1 for Bobby Doherty’s booklet. Here she is, several years later, real talk with Vice.

VICE: So why did you leave New York?

Erin Jane Nelson: I moved to New York a week after I turned 18 after living in the suburbs my whole life. Obviously the change was really distinct and intense. I simply did not understand the ways in which art is hugely social, sometimes for better and sometimes for worse. It quickly became apparent that I was way behind the curve in terms of my knowledge of contemporary art—I only really understood it through this teen girl livejournal identity that was so fantasy-based. I knew that I wanted to grow from being in New York, but I felt ill-prepared to fit into an accepted mold, even though I tried. But I also felt ill-prepared to be resistant; I didn’t feel I had the language or the self assurance. I’m almost 25 and I feel as though I am just now able to get back to a grove with my work that feels great. I have a routine life where I spend most of my free time making things. I have an amazing small core of peers in Oakland and without them I would probably still be very confused and aimless in my making and identity. 

Read more

Erin was a contributing interviewer to Issue 1 for Bobby Doherty’s booklet. Here she is, several years later, real talk with Vice.

2 Jul 2014 / 18 notes





John Francis Peters

1 Jul 2014 / 51 notes / photography 





thesearerealcolors asked: hi! just wondering when to expect orders of issue 3 to arrive? I preordered with the free shipping deal you guys had going. thanks! - marshall

hi marshall! we’re still shipping out to kickstarter backers— expect yours in about a month. We have to ship out all the books in waves because there’s way more than we can afford in one blast! Sorry for the delay.

1 Jul 2014 / 2 notes





Yeon J. Yue

Yeon J. Yue





Yeon J. Yue

Yeon J. Yue





Working on the photos of the book. Thanks sergiybarchuk!

Working on the photos of the book. Thanks sergiybarchuk!

26 Jun 2014 / 18 notes / issue 3 news 





So, this is happening. I sent Alec, their editor, some congratulations as well as an idea… then one thing led to another and now my name is on the cover of Intern Magazine's next issue! My section investigates the legal issues around internships, so you know when your employer has crossed the line and when they haven't, all in flowchart form. It's an American perspective, which might feel a little odd for a small-scale British mag, but the idea was to promote taking a hard stance on our rights. Can't wait to hold the issue in my hands!

So, this is happening. I sent Alec, their editor, some congratulations as well as an idea… then one thing led to another and now my name is on the cover of Intern Magazine's next issue! My section investigates the legal issues around internships, so you know when your employer has crossed the line and when they haven't, all in flowchart form. It's an American perspective, which might feel a little odd for a small-scale British mag, but the idea was to promote taking a hard stance on our rights. Can't wait to hold the issue in my hands!





20 Jun 2014 / 26 notes / mixtapes 





etudes-studio:


A series highlighting the faces and supporters of Études Studio during the NY Pop up store. By Dustin Aksland
http://dustinaksland.com/portrait-detudes/
#etudespopupstoreny #etudesstudio


These portraits are fantastic. And that’s Geordie!

etudes-studio:

A series highlighting the faces and supporters of Études Studio during the NY Pop up store. By Dustin Aksland

http://dustinaksland.com/portrait-detudes/

#etudespopupstoreny #etudesstudio

These portraits are fantastic. And that’s Geordie!

19 Jun 2014 / Reblogged from etudes-studio with 43 notes





Melissa Catanese and Ed Panar (he’s in Issue 3) run the shop Spaces Corners together, but for this Summer you can find them running a pop-up shop / reading room inside the Carnegie Museum of Art.

Melissa Catanese and Ed Panar (he’s in Issue 3) run the shop Spaces Corners together, but for this Summer you can find them running a pop-up shop / reading room inside the Carnegie Museum of Art.