Dan Schein paints oil on canvas, and often without a sketch, thus, the emergence of the motifs through the painterly action, is revealed in the powerful strokes. Without distorting the colors, he depicts the forms of nature in rough caricatures, and faces are as well reduced to few, but vital marks. Dan Schein portrays his view on the world, often resulting in an inner unrest manifested by the brush method, as well as demonstrated in the scenes presented. This publication was published in relation to his exhibition 'Naked Pictures' in Copenhagen showcasing selected works from 2011-2017, published by Brask Publications in collaboration with Gallery Tom Christoffersen.
Israeli and Palestinian food is ripe with flavor and enticing intricacies. Intersections of trade routes led to the interchange of ingredients and that trend is still apparent today. Divine Food embarks on a culinary journey from the North, with its temperate climate and succulent vegetables; to Tel Aviv, where young chefs find new ways to interpret culinary traditions; to Jerusalem, a city of pilgrimage that boasts a myriad of staple dishes; and to the South where nomadic lifestyles inspire desert cuisine.
The Wallpaper biannual Style Special issue, explores the intersection of fashion with art, architecture and more. This sartorially sizzling issue includes a round-up of fashion and design trends, shot at Uphill House, a larch-clad residence in north London, by Robert Dye Architects. They check out the interdisciplinary forays of three footwear brands – Pierre Hardy, whose new Atelier collection references radical 1970s Italian designers Studio Alchimia; Fratelli Rossetti, which has been showcasing local artisans such as weavers Impagliando at its Milan flagship; and Santoni, which has worked the distinctive upholsteries of Venetian textile purveyor Rubelli into its sculptural shoes. Also see the preview of a show at the Hepworth Wakefield, which pairs modern British art with fashion and photography, curated by Jonathan Anderson. Finally, ahead of his show at London’s Victoria Miro gallery, they joined with Korean artist Do Ho Suh for a unique collaboration, bringing models into his spectral fabric sculptures for a memorable fashion shoot.
Office is an unorthodox approach to fashion and creative culture at large. The magazine is a collection of original personalities and uncommon lives. Each issue will showcase the work of renowned talents in fashion styling and photography, and present a spectrum of characters from the realm of celebrity to the realm of the unfamiliar.
Covers will be shipped out randomly.
Can you identify your favourite TV show from just three visual clues? Put all those hours spent watching box sets to good use puzzling out the answer from Cajsa Holgersson's intriguing illustrations. Featuring 60 shows – from Game of Thrones to The West Wing, The Killing to Twin Peaks – this after-dinner game is an ideal gift for TV aficionados everywhere.
Specifications - Playing cards. 60 color illustrations.
Revive the art of storytelling using these nine beautifully illustrated wooden dice to create ghostly stories. Construct your own spooky adventure tale with an array of creepy characters such as vampires, headless horsemen and decapitated knights. You can use your cloak of invisibility to escape from the dungeon in the haunted house, but beware of the creaking staircase! Once you've made it out, will your getaway car break down in the spooky forest under a full moon...?
Specifications - Board game. 52 b/w illustrations.
Lacking a formal narrative, Andy Warhol's art house classic follows various residents of the Chelsea Hotel in 1966 New York City, presented in a split screen with a single audio track in conjunction with one side of screen.
Scenes from the Life of Andy Warhol by Jonas Mekas
A videocosa by Enrico Ghezzi
Interview with Achille Bonito Oliva
Interview with Mario Zonta
Paul Morrissey interviews Jonas Mekas