Miyako Bellizzi is a force to be reckoned with. She dips into it all: Styling major artists, executing breathtaking fashion campaigns, designing sick jewelry, and recently, diving head-first into Costume Design.
"From opposite ends of the East Coast, two guys moved to New York City in pursuit of a vision. They dreamed of tagged-up picket fences and dollar store jewelry as reconciled contradictions. Channeling memories of sunrise sessions and parking lot beers — of scraped elbows, loud music, and damn good times — Idle New York is clothing for your best years."
In less than a year, Boston-based artist Sam Fish created a temporary gallery concept and arts collective that moved from a vacant room in Somerville, Massachusetts into a three-floor storefront in the heart of downtown Boston.
Wolfman Books has quickly come to represent both the physical space where new and used books are sold, where words are read and bodies perform but also encompasses that sense of wonder and urgency to pursue the creative unknown.
Visual aesthetics meets musical function in the Prisma Guitar workshop. Skateboards and guitars. The two have always been close to one another, but Nick Pourfard smoothly took the relationship a little further.