DEATH ROW MEALS // HENRY HARGREAVES

Sometimes a meal is so good that I think it would be a top contender for my last dinner, should I ever find myself on death row. But with all the choices in the world, it would be no easy task to narrow it down. Knowing that I would never again have another breakfast, lunch, […]

LAWSON TAYLOR // THE WORST He’s been told his whole life that he was the worst: worst thing to happen to someone, worst choices, worst person: He hasn’t known how to market his stigma until now. Use what you got, right? The Worst is an art moment created. He knows he hasn’t always made the […]

KATE THE GREAT // CHRISTIE’S AUCTION

Last week, Christie’s sold a collection of artwork centered on everyone’s favorite bad girl, Kate Moss. In honor of the nearly $3 million sale, we have compiled some of our all-time favorite shots of the British babe. Consider your case of the Mondays officially cured. – Katherine Aplin

MILES ALDRIDGE // I ONLY WANT YOU TO LOVE ME

Miles Aldridge creates fashion photography that reigns supreme in a hyper-creative realm of saturated color and fantasy. His images are electric, overflowing with detail and oozing with glamour. The largest exhibition of his work to date, titled “I Only Want You to Love Me,” is on display at the Somerset House in London until September 29. If […]

PICASSO // LIGHT DRAWINGS

In the South of France in the year 1949, Picasso was visited by Gjon Mili, a photographer for LIFE magazine. Mili, a “technical prodigy and lighting innovator” brought with him an electric light that fascinated and delighted Picasso. The result of this bychance collaboration are these light drawings. Disappearing as quickly as they were created, yet […]

LURK // FOR WORK // HAND POURED SCENTS WE LOVE

When Anne the owner of  Lurk, sent me a sample package of her fragrances, I didn’t expect to see and smell such thought out and beautifull product.  Everything form the pressed business card to the printed envelope the scents came in and then the scents themselves, had so much love and design.  I felt special […]

GET RIO // Jens Stoltze

The book entitled 90 DAYS IN RIO, showcases a selection of Jens Stoltze’s photographic work that he created throughout his many visits to his ‘second home’ Rio de Janeiro. Stoltze’s photographs offer an inside, in-the-flesh view that is raw, beautiful and thought-provoking. He has carefully selected these photographs out of thousands of film rolls for […]

POOL PARTY // WATER FIGHT

This weekend, The Work Mag is giving you the chance to get in touch with your inner child; that super care free sun baby just yearning to make an appearance. We’re throwing a rad water fight-meets-pool-party this Saturday August 10th from 1pm- 7pm at the Standard Hotel Downtown. We’ve got DJ Adrian Bear, DJ Keala […]

Unwoven Light // Houston, TX

Soo Suny Park creates installations that bring the mystical world of her imagination into the physical realm. Her current exhibition, Unwoven Light, manipulates light through iridescent plexiglass squares affixed on chain-link fencing, sending the viewer through a fluid space that changes as light dances across the surfaces, reflecting and refracting colors. Industrial materials are transformed, […]

Teenage Apocalypse // Gregg Araki’s Soundtracks

I’ve recently revisited Gregg’s films through an insomnia induced K Hole. His films shaped much of my alterna-teen and shoegaze life as a little one living in Detroit. The songs he chooses for his films are so subtle to the ears, and often incorporated as part of the story line, but when you do notice […]