Editorial

Donald Judd’s 101 Spring St. – Ralph Lauren Magazine

Originally published in RLMagazine. Legendary artist Donald Judd, shown here in 1991 It would be easy to overlook New York City’s 101 Spring Street, the former home and studio of late artist Donald Judd. Surrounded by high-end boutiques and quaint cafés,

Donald Judd’s 101 Spring St. – Ralph Lauren Magazine

Originally published in RLMagazine. Legendary artist Donald Judd, shown here in 1991 It would be easy to overlook New York City’s 101 Spring Street, the former home and studio of late artist Donald Judd. Surrounded by high-end boutiques and quaint cafés,

In Defense of Miley’s Tongue: a comparative look at the tongue phenomenon, from the Rolling Stones to Miley Cyrus

In 1971, The Rolling Stones’ album Sticky Fingers was released, marking the debut of its now iconic tongue logo. The album cover features a black-and-white photograph of a man’s crotch, highlighted by his hard penis barely veiled under tight-fitting trousers. The phrase ‘Sticky Fingers’

In Defense of Miley’s Tongue: a comparative look at the tongue phenomenon, from the Rolling Stones to Miley Cyrus

In 1971, The Rolling Stones’ album Sticky Fingers was released, marking the debut of its now iconic tongue logo. The album cover features a black-and-white photograph of a man’s crotch, highlighted by his hard penis barely veiled under tight-fitting trousers. The phrase ‘Sticky Fingers’

Llano del Rio: A Utopian Dream that Flowered and Wilted in the California Desert

About 40 miles north of Los Angeles lay the ruins Llano del Rio, an experiment in sustainable farming and communal living. All that remains of this once thriving colony are a few stone pillars and freestanding fireplaces, weathered by the

Llano del Rio: A Utopian Dream that Flowered and Wilted in the California Desert

About 40 miles north of Los Angeles lay the ruins Llano del Rio, an experiment in sustainable farming and communal living. All that remains of this once thriving colony are a few stone pillars and freestanding fireplaces, weathered by the

Maybe It’s Tourmaline – WilderQuarterly.com

Behind booth 201, a woman points to a rock donning a $900 price tag. “This one’s spoken for,” she informers her co-worker, “The guy gets his tax refund in three weeks.” She is wearing a baseball cap and a snugly

Maybe It’s Tourmaline – WilderQuarterly.com

Behind booth 201, a woman points to a rock donning a $900 price tag. “This one’s spoken for,” she informers her co-worker, “The guy gets his tax refund in three weeks.” She is wearing a baseball cap and a snugly

A Defiant Embrace: The Origins of Tree Hugging

If ever you reach Level 4 in The Simpsons Game, the eponymous video game of America’s favorite cartoon family, take note of the opening vignette: Mr. Burns announces to Smithers plans to “cut down all the forests in Springfield and turn

A Defiant Embrace: The Origins of Tree Hugging

If ever you reach Level 4 in The Simpsons Game, the eponymous video game of America’s favorite cartoon family, take note of the opening vignette: Mr. Burns announces to Smithers plans to “cut down all the forests in Springfield and turn

Nowness previews Wilder’s Mike Mills story

At Home with Mike Mills: The American Director Waxes On His Love of Thoreau and Forestry in Wilder Quarterly Check it out.

Nowness previews Wilder’s Mike Mills story

At Home with Mike Mills: The American Director Waxes On His Love of Thoreau and Forestry in Wilder Quarterly Check it out.

V Magazine: Ninja Fashion

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V Magazine: Ninja Fashion

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Book review: The Lost Border

Originally published in Tokion Magazine.  

Book review: The Lost Border

Originally published in Tokion Magazine.