It’s all about redefining materials for artist Matthew Cox, as he layers embroidery on top of medical x-rays. One material is tactile and labor intensive and the other is technical and quickly a finished product . . . the result is brilliant in the most strange yet intriguing way.
We’ve recently teamed up with our lovely friends at Kanon & Milk Studios to DIY our very own signature cocktail. With a handful of our favorite fresh and organic ingredients from New York City’s Greenmarket and some much needed guidance from Apoteke‘s head mixologist, we managed to whip up one sweet and original libation that will make you smile and say: holy habañero! Check out the recipe and the video HERE or after the jump!!
I am absolutely obsessed with Jeana Sohn’s ongoing project Closet Visit – where she visits creative, inspiring and stylish ladies’ closets. Jeana and film director Claire Cottrell took Closet Visit to the next level with their first film collaboration, and have just recently released their second film entitled Matilde – featuring an enviable wardrobe from Sophie Assa and those covetable Karen Walker sunglasses.
Sanna Annukka is a half Finnish, half English illustrator and print maker who finds inspiration from nature, childhood memories, and her love of storytelling and folklore. Her handcrafted wooden Soul Bird has a lovely Finnish tale to go along with it, which makes it the perfect gift!
“In Karelia there was an ancient belief in the Sielulintu or Soul bird. The Sielulintu was thought to deliver the soul to newborn babies and also to transport the soul to the afterlife at the moment of death. It was believed the Sielulintu protected a persons soul at it’s most vulnerable; when dreaming, and it was tradition to keep a carved wooden bird by the bedside to keep the soul safe during sleep.”
(Soul Bird, $185)