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Alexander tile by Giles Miller Studio
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3726 Lounge Chair by Giovanni Pagnotta | via
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Ross Gallery facade by Zio Ziegler | Interview
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by Daniel Miccio
Q: Do you think that graffiti makes an abandoned building more interesting or detracts from it?
A: It really depends. A few weeks ago my girlfriend, her sister, and I went to this beautiful abandoned castle in the woods in upstate NY. It looks like something straight out of a fairytale. But when we got inside, we found that some kids had recently gotten in and spray painted racial slurs and poorly drawn dicks all over the walls. Why anyone would think that’s cool or funny to do in such a beautiful place is beyond me, but that’s the kind of stuff you see almost everywhere you go. Occasionally you will see some really awesome graffiti done by an actual artist, and it can really add to the over all mood and feeling of the room or building you’re in.
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John Gidding: interview | gallery
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The Best GF Beers | Bard’s CEO interview | Best/Worst GF Beers
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James Floyd: interview
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"Module H" by Shigeru Ban + Hermes
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Leggings by Bernhard Willhelm | Interview
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by Charlie Anderson | Interview
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'Beauty Shop' by Lori Nix via Dioramas of Destruction
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"I could never have the ingenuity to describe myself in any other way than as a performer: it is definitely what I am. I think it’s the burning need to externalize everything that in nature would appear as an inner experience. It’s cathartic to be able to express what can not be communicated through words, when you discover that you can also do this using body movements and subtle changes in your facial expressions, it becomes necessary for your survival to find a character in which to impose your feelings. I know that if I had the chance I would lose my mind, talking is not enough, I show what I have inside, turn it into a performance because, like a secret that you attempt to keep a secret, if you do not express it, it will grow mutating in ways that are less than desirable." | Ezra Miller: press
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Ezra Miller: Generation Doom