A Message from Andrew Harvey Dear Friends, A few weeks ago I wrote to you regarding my new project – Sacred Activism Kashmir. I want to let you know I am humbled by the outpouring of support from you all! In case you missed it: "While I was in Ladakh in September, I was aghast at the news of the terrible floods in nearby Kashmir, one of the worst natural disasters in recent years.
Forever 21 Has an Identity Crisis—and It Works Take the enormous Times Square flagship, for starters. The clothing it sells—casual flannel shirts alongside work-appropriate blazers, boho maxi dresses next to ripped band T-shirts—can satisfy just about anyone. Then there's its social media accounts. Magazine Keizo Shimizu by Megumi Sakaguchi Mark Borthwick by Dave Potes Buy online INVENTORY Volume 04 Number 08 Spring-Summer 2013 FEATURES Gottlund Verlag Cone Mills Raif Adelberg RECOLLECTIONS Keizo Shimizu Stuff Hipsters Hate GUEST POST: Customer Service Editor’s Note: Our guest writer, Christiaan Van Vuuren, is Australian, so we can’t really verify whether or not his assertions about Bondi Beach are correct. Also, they didn’t teach “Australian” at my private school (and those Outback Steak House commercials were no help at all), so we basically have no idea what he’s saying above or below. Since fucking when is “heaps” an adjective?
In a New Book, Never-Before-Seen Photos of John Lennon and Yoko Ono A little over 30 years ago, the Japanese photographer Kishin Shinoyama walked through Central Park with one of the most famous couples in the world. It was sunset, autumn; they sat on a bench just in front of the pond, bordered by trees, a sliver of New York skyline visible in the distance, including the building where they lived. He asked them to kiss, and he clicked the shutter. Three months later, on Dec. 8, 1980, John Lennon was fatally shot at the entrance to the Dakota, home to him and his wife, Yoko Ono. Just three weeks prior to Lennon’s death, Shinoyama’s photograph of John and Yoko’s kiss at Central Park Pond had appeared on the cover of what would be their final studio album, “Double Fantasy.” Shinoyama made other photographs that day, of course — 800 in all, in fact — but many of them have never been shown until now, on the occasion of Taschen’s forthcoming publication of “Kishin Shinoyama.
MAGAZINE The literal definition of museum is, so to speak, frank, precise, with no frills. It seems to have little or nothing to do with the concept of art but of the art the museum is the container, the stronghold. It’s the bulwark of visionary dreams, ancient glories, lost civilizations… supreme manifestation of the ego-man. The Fucking Young!’ How to Be a Hipster Steps Part 1 of 5: Hipster Fashion 1Dress like a hipster. Medical Expenses - YouCaring Hello friends, family, and fans of Jeff. Though this is not the update we were all hoping for, please know that this is for the best. 3 days ago our dad was the most himself we've seen in weeks. Unaltered by the usual haze of painkillers, he had a long one-on-one with his doctor about the future of his treatment. After discussing the options, which are extremely limited and uncertain, dad decided that he is ready to start the transition out of his body. As his daughters, we did not want to accept that choice at first.