• WORKAHOLIC // Jean De Merry & Christian Darnaud – Maroselli

    Jean De Merry is a furniture studio located in the heart of the design district in Los Angeles, California, with outposts in Chicago, Dallas and New York. From a small French town where successive generations of his family had operated a leather tanning business for four centuries, De Merry – also a renowned novelist and former restauranteur […]


    Los Angeles has a new experimental art and design gallery –  THE NEW. Now on view is a body of work from Videre Licet entitled “Meltforms” The exhibition consists of a series of glass and metal sculptural lightboxes illuminated with internal LED lights. The idea came to life when artistic duo, designer Daniele Albright and design curator Stefan Lawrence, […]


    Bespoke luxury furniture and lighting studio Gabriel Scott is the vision of Canadian designer duo and brothers-in-law Gabriel Kakon and Scott Richler. With backgrounds in architecture, industrial design, and jewelry-making, their distinct luxe creations with a masculine-meets-feminine appeal are the equivalent of ornate, modern jewelry for the home. Everything is handmade in their Montréal studio and available […]

The Work Magazine – Collaboration Issue


x Vogue Editor Starts a ‘Zine // Lets Party

Writer/photographer/editor Debra Scherer started her magazine career twenty years ago, at American Vogue at the beginning of Anna Wintour’s reign. Not a bad way to cut your teeth in the magazine business, hearing Candy Price’s stories about the 1970s New York social scene and taking points from Andre Leon Tally on the essence and values of haute […]


“Blue Mountains” from singer and string- instrumentalist Sam Amidon’s latest Nonesuch Records release Lily-O is an Appalachian ballad that tells an enigmatic tale of a young woman who falls in love with a married man. A new film for the song, created by filmmaker and fine-art/fashion photographer Andrea Sisson. The video was shot in Ojai, CA and features […]


This post is a bit different than our other Thanks For Trying posts.  I had enough courage to walk up to him, but not enough to ask him anything about himself other than his name.  All I know is that his name is Vito and he drives a red Mini Cooper, oh and has impeccable style […]


At the beginning of the month we gave birth to what was a year in the making – Release of Issue 7 – Our COLLABORATION issue.  Like a truly proud parent we celebrated the night away at Ace Hotel with a some of our favorite DJ’s (Silent Servant (Official) , Kid606 , ZØRAYA , Live For Each Moon,  a  group art show,  musical performance, and an interactive dance.  If you […]

Seventy-Two Hours // photographs by Noah Jashinski // SOLO show tomorrow in LA

Issue 7 contributor and friend, Noah Jashinski is having a solo show tomorrow, and I am so proud to talk about it today.                       Image via The Work Magazine issue 7 feature    I’ve known Noah for a few years now.  Since the moment I […]


What do a chair, and 8 renowned designers have in common? They were all sitting pretty at Dragonette Ltd last night for  Promemoria’s brand new initiative “CHAIRS FOR CHARITY” in collaboration with Paddle8. Promemoria has invited 8 renowned interior designers from across the country to customize their signature “Bilou Bilou” chair, (say that three times […]


Continuing in the spirit of collaboration, we present to you a short film starring French artist, Soko. To bring the print story “Becoming” to life, which is featured in Issue 7, photographer and filmmaker Suzanne Strong called upon musical extraordinaire and friend plaster 0f paris, (Tony Bevilacqua of The Distillers). Born was an original track “Baronness,” which then became […]

Totally Blown // Bullet-riddled Fashion in the Desert // Inspired by Mice and Guns

Cody Montgomery was living in Fairfield, Iowa, at his family’s tree farm, in a cabin by himself off the grid when a mouse came into his life. It chewed a bunch of holes through one of his tee shirts which immediately became his favorite shirt. “I started obsessing over it, thinking about different ways to […]


Closing this weekend at SADE is a show where whimsical fantasy and sophisticated reconfiguration marry in a perfect plane.  Transforming the angular cubicle walls of the former Night Gallery into an atmospheric scene with hanging ferns and lilac carpet, the painted worlds of Ariana Papademetropoulos envelope us in a picture of a surreal salon.  Like the lush and seductive richness of her watermark-tinged canvases, Papademetropoulos reconfigures […]

LSD Collector // Mark McCloud

I entered a victorian house in the mission district of San Francisco and followed Mark McCloud, dressed in all black, into a room full of LSD. Pretty epic opening, huh? Granted all of the LSD tabs are now considered inactive—but well get to that. Mark McCloud is one interesting man. I found out about this […]