Oct 3rd '17
Ricardo Bravo Waiting & Watching
Ricardo Bravo’s photography captures the blue shores of his native Portugal. His work explores the relationship between person, water and wave. The following images showcase a selection of some of our favorites.
Photographs by Ricardo Bravo
Aug 29th '17
alessandro simonetti: Your photographic output has been motivated by a desire to construe the city as a subject. The city is the scene for your work. Your arrival in NYC in the early 2006 marked the beginning of your new approach to photography. How has this line through all of your major projects become such…
Nov 27th '17
miguel yatco: First question, where did you grow up? fernando villela: I was born in São Paulo, Brazil, and lived there until I was 11, at which point our family moved to Europe, where I shared my adolescence between Belgium, Switzerland, and Austria. my: What brought you to New York? fv: Photography and New York….
Mar 19th '18
Photographer Jiro Konami is no stranger to the bustle of big cities. In fact, he thrives in it. After garnering acclaim for both his fashion photography and personal work in his home city of Tokyo, Japan, Konami made the move overseas to New York City in search of new inspiration—and found it in NYC’s crowded…
Jul 12th '17
Located on rue Saint-Honoré in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, colette boasts a fashion boutique, an exhibition space, and a restaurant. Curated by its co-founder Sarah Andelman, the store has been a cultural fixture in Paris since its opening almost seventeen years ago and has been responsible for introducing many foreign brands, designers, and artists…
Dec 9th '16
I first met Vava Ribeiro in 1996. We were in Amsterdam, covering the 9th Annual High Times Cannabis Cup. We both worked as journalists—he in São Paulo, me in Los Angeles. A mutual friend had given us vague physical descriptions and told us to look out for each other. In an airy banquet room, a…
Oct 11th '16
I remember that there were only two or three photographers there. I was shocked, because these surf guys were like rock stars to me. I’d seen so many pictures of them riding all these daredevil waves. For me, surfing was a nerd’s way of having a sport in my head visually—taking these photographs was my…
Sep 27th '18
curtis kulig: Recording. stretch armstrong: This is au naturel. ck: This is called the “arsenic interview.” sa: I don’t even know what that means. ck: It’s the chemical in here. Did you just learn that this month while building your new deck? That’s a good intro. Stretch moving to Bedstuy. Adrian in Bedstuy! sa: After 47 years in Manhattan, I took…
Aug 2nd '18
Francis Ford Coppola is a filmmaker who needs no introduction. A quintessential innovator in American storytelling, Coppola shifted paradigms with his two ‘70s epics, each of which proposed a distinct thesis on the state of the human condition. Widely regarded as one of the greatest works in cinematic history, The Godfather is an intricately woven…
Jun 3rd '19
Joya Studio is a New York City-based fragrance design studio founded in 2006. Joya designs and produces distinctive scented products with an ethos of balance and beauty using simple, locally-sourced raw materials, sustainable packaging and design, and ethical production practices. Their fragrances blend both essential oils and aromas that synthesize molecules found in nature. At…
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