WORKAHOLIC // BRANDON BOYD

Apart from Incubus, Brandon Boyd also makes beautiful art… he stopped by the studio, showed us what he’s been working on and we picked his lovely brain… WHAT DO YOU DO? I’m kinda trying to figure that out still. I kinda hope that I don‟t ever have a perfectly clear-cut answer because that would indicate […]

Petite Odalisque // First of our Blog Editorial Series

Introducing our first Blog Editorial Series.  For the first installment, we had contributing photographer Eddie Chacon and our fashion editor Sissy Sainte-Marie give us this sex filled 90’s inspired imagery.  We love the 90’s, and we love being naked.  What’s better than the combination of the two? Enjoy. Petite Odalisque was shot in an industrial […]

Photography // Inspiration

I have a huge friend crush on Leah DeVun. I met her once in Texas, at a bar in Austin and she & her partner blew me away with bloody mary’s & great conversation. Recently she has been doing some interesting work based on the idea of feminist spaces in the 1970s that were sometimes […]

A VISUAL RECAP // DESIGN MIAMI 2012

How do you get inspired?  Do you sit inside your home and surround yourself with sounds and visuals that you’ve collected, or do you go outside on a walk and absorb everything that nature has for you?  Designer Tobi Tobin travels to gather visual library checkouts to fill her imagination and nurture her aesthetic. In […]

WORKAHOLIC // TIMMI SEIFERT of FREUNDE VON FREUNDEN

I was sitting at a restaurant with a good friend when I asked what inspirational sites they go to and the first on her list was Freunde Von Freunden. I instantly fell in love.  I feel like The WORK Magazine and FVF, if personified, would meet in a park and lock eyes from across the […]

Inspiration Station IX

There has been a lot of talk on London based artist Kate MccGwire. Her choice of material is not only unique, but is painstakingly collected for months. The medium? Molted feathers of pigeons. The result is a sort of surrealist world where these feathers take on different shapes & motion. Her sculptures are often playful, […]

It’s About DIEM // Intersects Everything Made

Earlier this month, DIEM – Design Intersects Everything Made – presented a 360 approach for defining and pushing the dialogue for design today, by producing programming that served to cross- pollinate all creative fields, including interior design, architecture, fashion, product design and fine art. For the first time in the Los Angeles design scene, captains […]

WORKAHOLIC // THE MASON DIXON

The WORK Mag had the pleasure of touring the innovative yet nostalgic Mason Dixon warehouse located in the industrial heartland of Los Angeles. Strategically set up yet appearing so effortless even their workspace is an absolute work of art.  We sat with acclaimed furniture designer/builder/visionary John Mihovetz to see what all the buzz was about. […]

GO VOTE // THEN GO HERE ON FRIDAY

Reformulating the snapshot photograph as a document “gone artistically AWOL”, A.L. Steiner’s “Puppies & Babies” proposes a reconstitution of images categorized as “personal”, “unartistic” and “cheesy”. Utilizing the photo archive as a space of proposition without limitation, images of pets, pregnancy and children have been culled and arranged into a large-scale collage which inhabits the […]

WORKAHOLIC // DESIGNER J DAUPHIN

Beautiful and strong, J Dauphin’s hard work and taste level stand out beyond. Powerful work ethic comes naturally when you’ve worked with style-houses such as Fendi.   J Dauphin has a way with shape… She doesn’t make a piece just to fill a gap, each piece she makes is thoroughly thought out and made with […]