United States of Tara
Deborah Bean featured in Metropolitan Home Magazine by designer Kara Mann.
November 19-25, 2009
Fred Tomaselli Christmas Tree
Ditch the real Douglasfir and invest in a life-sizevinyltree decal from Artware Editions...
It looks like the real thing, but this is actually a 6-foot, limited-edition vinyl sticker by artist Fred Tomaselli that easily sticks on and peels off walls.
Amanda Lepore Fragrance
Amanda fragrance inspired by Amanda Lepore, designed by Christophe Laudamiel.
New York's most beloved transsexual model Amanda Lepore has fascinated everyone from David LaChapelle to Elton John. Now she's being immortalized as a scent, with the limited-edition "Amanda" perfume.
A thrilling crowd gathered at the hip downtown restaurant, Hiro, to celebrate the new fragrance by Amanda Lepore. Devotees of all that's 'Amanda' danced the night away while sipping Amanda Lepore cocktails provided by Ice Vodka and mini red devil cupcakes.
Tony Oursler: Memories of His First Psychedelic Lamp
In the 1960s, many people were mesmerized by the undulating effects of the lava lamp. Not Tony Oursler, the video artist, who is now 52 and lives in Manhattan; he was fixated on the motion lamp...
Debra Franses Bean Bags featured in CS Interiors magazine.
Saturday, May 9 and Sunday, May 10, 2009
Gaze and Graze
For this year’s Venice Biennale in June Irish artist John Gerrard will commandeer a boathouse on the island of Certosa for a massive installation of his hyper-realistic video animations. In it, he will host lunches for collectors and curators during which they won’t just be gazing at his work but also grazing with it, since his latest pieces are not projections but sterling silver knives, forks and spoons for use – and for sale.
Amanda Lepore featured in German edition of Cosmopolitan Magazine...
The New York Times features artists Debra Franses Bean and Yeni Mao...
Wake Up Call: The Broken Juice Glasses
Seattle-based designer Roy McMakin's "Broken Juice" glasses have something to say. Each of four vessels in the limited-ediion set is part of a larger message. Arrange them correctly for some inspiration before filling them up with some O.J.
Years ago, the mostly plastic though undeniably authentic transsexual performance artist Amnda Lepore gave up drinking, a hazard of he trade for those who make their livings in nightclubs...
Paper Magazine features Roy McMakin's Broken Juice Glasses...
Markus Linnebrink table featured in New York Spaces. The clear acrylic top of the Tischleindeckdich console table is drilled with holes, then filled with colorful pigments.
The words on Roy McMakin’s Broken Juice Glasses can be read as either “things change” or “change things,” depending on your perspective, but they have nothing to do with this week’s administration change in Washington. The glasses, which were produced in an edition of 300 late last year, were created long ago, explained Mr. McMakin, the artist and designer.
Saturday, April 16, 2009
What's that smell? A man, duh.
New York nightlife icon Amanda Lepore joins the ranks of Jennifer Lopez and Sarah Jessica Parker by launching a personal line of perfume. The stunning transsexual, seen here in all her glossy glory, previewed a limited edition version of her plastic-smelling scent at Pulse on Friday, bottled in a glam atomiser encrusted with over 1,000 Swarovski