Dylan Coulter recently had the opportunity to document a once prevalent way of life (read: ranching) that is quickly fading from the American landscape (read: the states nobody visits). Fortunately, this cowboy culture lives on in the white supremacist, tea party supporting Texans like Michele Bachmann. Fortunately, for real this time, you can mostly escape all politics if you take a trip to the...
Boys of Fashion Week S/S 2012 / Justin Wu
Doing a video roundup this week. Mostly because I’m in Lagos and my time is being monopolized by drinking stuff and lying in places. It’s a tough life. We’re renting this vacation apartment, and by we I mean my parents, because, let’s be serious. I cannot afford this. But before I head to the beach to do probably nothing, I just thought I’d show you Justin Wu’s...
On the way to Barcelona, I opened the door to head out to the airport when, at my feet, was a small box addressed to me. Naturally, I couldn’t leave on my trip before opening my mail and satiating all curiosity. To my surprise, my friend Nils Dunkel sent me a copy of his first ever book, Supernice. It’s a visual collection of imagery from the voyage treader. He made pit stops in Venice...
Wednesday, March 12, 1980
A year to the day before I was born, this is what Andy Warhol did: I bought a hundred Popisms from Harcourt Brace. Gerard called up for two copies of the book. We still need an idea for the next cover of Interview. I gave Brigid the tape of Diana Vreeland and Sharon Hammond, but I forgot that for about ten minutes Sharon and I were talking about Brigid on it. I had told Brigid about Diana...
Blade Runner Curse
A large part of my job as an editor is emailing cool stuff I find to the other editor. This usually comprises of letters received from J.K. Rowling, articles on the seven deadly sins, and other inspiration that designers pay to discover at the bottom of some snake charmer’s basket in a popularly-chic-foreign-sounding place. Well, all that and a bag of chips can be found on wikipedia. So...