Tuesday, September 29, 2009


By Philip O'Sullivan, handmade in Brooklyn from hiking rope and metal hardware pieces.

Monday, September 28, 2009

a goodbye 2 days before 2 years
no one ever inspired me as much as you

Thursday, September 24, 2009


Menswear designer from Seoul. I like his exaggerated silhouettes, tonal metallics, and suit jumpsuits (0:49!)


the real raw sushi

with raw sunflower/walnut pate' instead of rice

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Fall Equinox

sketch 9/17/09

Monday, September 21, 2009

Sarah Richardson

Fashion Stylist based in London, works for I-D, Elle, Dazed and Confused among others. She blows my mind

Thursday, September 17, 2009

a star's end

"We believe that this light, emanating from deep within the star, was generated after its core collapsed and compressed the gas surrounding it to around one million degrees Kelvin."(how I've been feeling lately)

"A supernova releases more energy in a few days than our sun will release over its entire lifetime, and the explosion is so bright that one occurring hundreds of light years away can be seen from Earth even in the daytime. While a supernova’s outer layers are lighting up the universe with dazzling fireworks, the star’s core collapses further and further inward. The gravity created in this collapse becomes so strong that the protons and electrons are squeezed together to form neutrons, and the star’s core is reduced from a sphere 10,000 kilometers around to one with a circumference of a mere 10 kilometers. Just a crate-full of this star’s material weighs as much as our entire Earth. But when the exploding star is 20 times the mass of our sun or more, say the scientists, its gravitational pull becomes so powerful that even light waves are held in place." ScienceDaily (Mar. 25, 2009)

[hu] Man vs Machine




Dior Homme Fall 09

Now available for women:
Dior Homme Petite Taille, a line based of the men's collection tailored to women and in smaller sizes.


Monday, September 14, 2009

Monday, September 7, 2009

Marc by Marc Jacobs sunglasses

cute, simple, modern

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Dr. Alfred Charles Blaschke

My Grandpa Al was the principal Aeronautical Engineer for Douglas Aircraft Company (later McDonnell Douglas) in Long Beach, CA. He got his Ph.D. in Aeronautical Engineering from UCLA in 1953. I recently discovered some of his notes, calculations and illustrations in his old work files, and xerox's of books on related subject as he constantly was reading and doing research. He has files and files of this stuff, thousands of pages worth. I am so captivated and drawn to his illustrations, the endless mathematical equations written on just about anything, he never stopped working. His handwriting is neat and his drawings are skilled.
(you can click on the images to enlarge them)

official Douglas documentation

his research