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TV+Wheelbarrow-ish stand = TV Barrow We love watching movies in bed, but we also love watching stuff in the living room. To fulfill both loves, we built a wheelbarrow for our screen so we could easily move it around and maneuver up and down small steps. The 700c road bike wheel is attached to a bicycle fork.
Colt Miller and Logan Caldbeck of Corbra Rock Boot Company show us how they make their beautiful and unique South Highland leather boots out of thier shop in the small West Texas desert town of Marfa. When furniture designer and maker Joey Benton of Marfa, Texas had a surplus of beautiful leather left over from a job, he made lemonade by making sandals inspired by footwear of the past, where there were no left and right. Here he explains the idea behind the sandal’s design and speaks about the wild possibilities and limitations that are part of living in the remote west texas desert town of Marfa, Texas. Primo Carrasco supplies the soundtrack and demonstrates how to break in these beautiful sandals and make them your own.
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Steve McQueen– ironically displaying his signature, perfect balance of allegiance and rebellion. “I live for myself and I answer to nobody.” –Steve McQueen
Visitors to Untitled Gallery on the Lower East Side enter through a door marked by a question mark for Matthew Chambers' newest exhibition. Chambers' relentless canvases at times remind of Martin Kippenberger and venture from representation to abstraction seemingly on a whim. Interspersed with these canvases are paintings made of strips of paper layered into appealing patterns that break up the intensity of Chambers' installation. On view through April 21st 2013 at Untitled , 30 Orchard Street, New York.