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Paper Passion By Jean Keller
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“The smell of a freshly printed book is the best smell in the world.”
 Karl Lagerfeld This tells the story of a passion and a twisting plot to put the particular bouquet of... More > freshly printed books in a book.< Less
MY BIO By WILLY VAN ROOY
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A quick look at the work of willy van Rooy between 1980 and now. This includes designs for YSL and Karl Lagerfeld, her Willy van Rooy Shoe Line, her drawings and photographes. Willy van Rooy was a... More > Super model in the 60-70ties and currently designs one of a kind jewelry pieces.< Less
MY BIO By WILLY VAN ROOY
eBook (PDF): $5.00
A quick look at the work of willy van Rooy between 1980 and now. This includes designs for YSL and Karl Lagerfeld, her Willy van Rooy Shoe Line, her drawings and photographes. Willy van Rooy was a... More > Super model in the 60-70ties and currently designs one of a kind jewelry pieces.< Less
Dress By Aileen Kwun
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The D-Crit Chapbooks present work written and edited by students in the School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism. Dress, the second in the series, assembles eleven essays by writers from the... More > School of Visual Arts’ pioneering Design Criticism MFA program, with illustrations by Peter Arkle. Alan Rapp considers Metallica frontman James Hetfield’s bogus descent to Armani-toting sellout, Stephanie Jönsson judges Pope Benedict XVI’s wardrobe more aesthetic than ascetic and Angela Reichers recalls the moment when Karl Lagerfeld lost the Fan—and the fat. The School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism trains students to interrogate and evaluate design, architecture and urban infrastructure. Working alongside New York’s most respected editors, authors, critics, curators and historians, students learn to hone their writerly voices and to communicate their unique perspectives through a range of media, including exhibitions, podcasts, events, blogs and books.< Less
Dress By Aileen Kwun
eBook (PDF): $0.00
The D-Crit Chapbooks present work written and edited by students in the School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism. Dress, the second in the series, assembles eleven essays by writers from the... More > School of Visual Arts’ pioneering Design Criticism MFA program, with illustrations by Peter Arkle. Alan Rapp considers Metallica frontman James Hetfield’s bogus descent to Armani-toting sellout, Stephanie Jönsson judges Pope Benedict XVI’s wardrobe more aesthetic than ascetic and Angela Reichers recalls the moment when Karl Lagerfeld lost the Fan—and the fat. The School of Visual Arts MFA in Design Criticism trains students to interrogate and evaluate design, architecture and urban infrastructure. Working alongside New York’s most respected editors, authors, critics, curators and historians, students learn to hone their writerly voices and to communicate their unique perspectives through a range of media, including exhibitions, podcasts, events, blogs and books.< Less
The Producer BDB: Birth of A Global Empire By Erika Hirugami
Paperback: $50.00
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The Producer BDB | Bryan Avila Is an emergent contemporary artist born in California and raised globally; primarily known for his depictions of pop-culture icons though street art. His renderings... More > include Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso amongst many other contemporary culture producers to the extend of Karl Lagerfeld or Anna Wintour. His unique articulations amalgamate street culture with pop, fashion and a heavy doze of fine art. The Producer BDB’s creations can be spotted around the globe in such cities as Paris in France, Madrid in Spain, Rio De Janerio in Brazil, Miami in the United States, Berlin in Germany and all over Los Angeles in California (even Delta’s Sky Lounge at LAX). His artwork can currently be purchased through Bruce Lurie Gallery in Los Angeles CA., Mouche Gallery in Beverly Hills CA or Maui Wailea, HI and Rosenbaum Contemporary in Boca Raton FL along with every other major art fair in the United States.< Less