Really into this new show on HBO called The Deuce. Saw them filming the above scene about a year ago in Greenpoint and was freaking out because there were beautiful vintage cars lining Franklin St., Greenpoint Ave., and a couple of the side streets nearby. I asked someone on set what show they were filming, […]
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Portrait and studio shots by Violet Shuraka. I had a studio visit and photo shoot with Brooklyn-based artist Ted McGrath last month for Cheap & Plastique #11. Then we had a nice chat about living in Greenpoint, music, inspiration, and art via email. See more of Ted’s work here. C & P: Where are you […]
Tonya’s portrait by Violet Shuraka. I had a studio visit and photo shoot with Brooklyn-based art director Tonya Douraghy last month for Cheap & Plastique #11. Then we had a nice chat about living in Greenpoint, travel, inspiration, and design via email. See more of Tonya’s work here. C & P: Where are you from? […]
I had a studio visit* and photo shoot with Brooklyn-based artist Emilia Olsen last month for Cheap & Plastique #11. Emilia was nice enough to give me a quick tour of her space, pose for some photos, and answer some questions about her work and the neighborhood via an email interview after the studio visit. […]
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Stopped by my dear friend Heather Morgan‘s studio over the weekend to see what she has been up to lately and to say bye bye to the paintings that will be shipping off to Germany this summer for a show in Dusseldorf. Check out more fabulous work on her website. Or buy a Sparklehead!
So this afternoon is the last ever Monster Island Block Party. In less than a month the lovely MI building will be but a pile of rubble. A Maya Hayuk mural outside of Live With Animals Gallery on the MI building
OK, so Greenpoint is pretty much already the greatest place to live in NYC and today I learned that Light Industry is moving to my fair neighborhood. I am VERY excited about this and if I were rich I would donate gobs of money to make sure that they took up residence on Freeman St., […]