REFLECTIONS ON ART AND purpose
Fashion Photography by Emily Soto
Black is the New Black
THE MONOCHROMATIC SIMPLICITY OF KATIE GALLAGHER
By Gabriela Griffith
Known for monochromatic and clean-cut clothing, designer Katie Gallagher didn’t originally intend to start her own fashion label. In fact, her interest in ready-to-wear started with a curiosity in the fine arts.
The Butterfly Effect of Charlie Nguyen Kim
By Sean Kehoe
The chaos theory states that something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wings can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world. If that is the case, watch out America because Charlie Nguyen Kim has spread his wings and landed in New York City!
Documenting the Complexity and Vibrancy of the NYC Streets
By Jonathan Judd
Figures positioned within the urban setting they call home, having either recently arrived or fully living, breathing and radiating the street life, city life, dwelling in a borough in which they are inextricably bound for better or worse.
Finding Beauty in the Scars
Rene Romero Schuler
There is almost a haunting optimism in the art of Rene Romero Schuler. Shadowy, non‐descript figures pervade her paintings, yet the take‐away is anything but negative, frightening or eerie. For Schuler, the underlying beauty of the human experience, amidst hardships, pain, suffering and various imperfections is wonderfully communicated in her work. READ MORE>>
hercules beard co.
By Jack Raplee
For a lot of men, skin care and grooming is something of an afterthought. It’s not uncommon for men to take the most simplistic approach when it comes to appearance. When hair gets too long, they get a haircut; when a beard gets long, they either trim it or shave it off all together… simple. READ MORE>>