“Suddenly, coincident with Death, the beam end dropped with an audible stroke hitting against the lower limiting bar and remaining there with no rebound. The loss was ascertained to be three-fourths of an ounce.” NY Times March 3, 1907
I was nominated to make a book for a curated photo book contest with a really nice publisher in London. This is how it turned out. With a lot of help from some friends and Small Editions NYC Bookbinders.
A rather self-conscious Halston relaxing in Andy Warhol’s Montauk, Long Island house. He appears to be absorbed in a coffee table book about Isamu Noguchi, an influential Japanese-American artist and landscape architect.
The most striking detail about this picture is the book shelf behind Halston: Almost all the books have been turned around. Presumably their spines did not fit the deliberately neutral color range which echoes the subtle shades of the seashells beneath.
Whether this was an affectation of Warhol, the photographer, or Halston himself is an interesting thought to ponder. It certainly emphasizes that although the essence of chic is its apparent lack of effort, ironically a lot of preparation and study goes into making it seem so. Photo from Halston: An American Original by Elaine Gross & Fred Rottman.
Kevin Richardson is known as the lion whisperer, and I think that term is perfectly accurate. He has literally made himself part of a pride of lions, as well as a group of hyenas. Watch Kevin hug, …
Logan Laplante is a 13 year-old boy who was taken out of the education system to be home schooled instead. Not only was he home schooled, but Logan had the ability to tailor his education to his interests and also his style of learning, something traditional education does not offer. As Logan has mentioned, when […]