• THE NEW // VIDERE LICET “MELTFORMS”

    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, […]

  • GABRIEL SCOTT // WORKAHOLIC

    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 […]

  • ELECTRIC BOWERY // WORKAHOLIC

    Designers Cayley Lambur and Lucia Bartholomew have found their dream jobs as co-founders and principals of the acclaimed Electric Bowery. Together they have spent the last five years building a successful multidisciplinary design and architecture studio at the center of Venice Beach, participating to the renewed energy and focus on the city of Los Angeles. At the […]

The Work Magazine – Collaboration Issue

 

Mary Katrantzou FW11 Decadence // Art History Lesson

A dynamic trend for FW11, head-to-toe prints is most artfully articulated by Grecian designer Mary Katrantzou.  Inspired by historic and opulent interior décor, Katrantzou’s FW11 collection highlights prints from a spectrum of maximalist motifs from Qing Dynasty vases, Fabergé eggs, Persian carpets, Meissen porcelain, and De Xing Cheng enamel cloisonné. A new favorite on our […]

A SITTING WITH: MICHELLE LEE

Michelle is a hugely fantastic human being and also a featured artist in our upcoming issue on censorship…  Do not be fooled by her minimalist aesthetic. The meaning, history and drive behind her art is heartbreakingly complex, beautiful and highly personal. Michelle has developed her own coded alphabet and by utilizing this code, has written […]

All Hallows Eve…

We bid farewell to one of our favorite months with a collection of WORK Mag’s wicked October photos. Our lovely Editor in Chief, Gloria Noto celebrated a birthday (ironically the same day as Día de los Muertos, muaha) which we spent at El Carmen and Villains Tavern in proper spirit. Wishing you a wicked All Hallows Eve…

Quitting your job in style – take notes! -MD (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

FEATURED STOCKIST: GR8

The WORK Magazine is now carried at GR8. Laforet Harajuku 2.5f 1-11-6 Jingumae Shibuya-Ku Tokyo 1500001 Japan

THANKS FOR TRYING

NAME: Arthur ‘Kinski’ Terrier  WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?: Screenwriter LOCATION: Paris, France – Flea Market ARE YOU LEGAL?: 21 WHAT YOU GOT:  Vintage head to toe. THANKS FOR TRYING AGENT: Tristan Scott

Happy Friday. -MD

A SITTING WITH: HOMO RIOT

Homo Riot’s work started as a fuck you to the supporters of Prop 8 in 2010 and soon became more profound and larger than what anyone had anticipated. His street art has established him as one of the most recognizable, talented, respected and inspiring street artists within the US.   We caught up with the […]

Richard Serra is one of my favorite artists. If you aren’t familiar with his magnificent installation sculpture, this time lapse video will acclimate you with his large scale installation process. -KD (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)

Steve Jobs – You Will Be Missed

We lost a pioneer, genius and amazing human being today. Steve you’ve transfomed the way we view the world and have made it a better place. Rest in peace.