AS: Can you tell us about how you came to live in New York? ML: I came to New York to study fine arts at Pratt Institute. That was in 2005. I originally wanted to pursue painting, but I became obsessed with printmaking and the idea of publishing––making multiples and stuff. I have always been obsessed with zines, so that’s really where my interest in publishing came from. AS: And now you do...
True, the benefits of living alone are many: freedom to come and go as you...– One Is the Quirkiest Number, The Freedom, and Perils, of Living Alone — NYTimes 1 in every 4 American households is occupied by someone living alone; in Manhattan, mythic land of the singleton, the number is nearly 1 in 2.
At the opening I was touched and surprised. People would come up to me with...– Gran Fury: Read My Lips, curated by Gran Fury and Michael Cohen
Fun. We Are Young (feat. Janelle Monáe)
Some people never go crazy. What truly horrible lives they must lead.– Charles Bukowski (via chelseaclintoninouterspace)
Sorry, we’re busy trying to become the 1%
You can’t go back home to your family, back home to your childhood …...– George Webbe, You Can’t Go Home Again by Thomas Wolfe “You can’t go home again” has entered American speech to mean that after you have left your country town or provincial backwater city for a sophisticated metropolis, you can’t return to the narrow confines of your previous way of life,...
PLEASE DON’T RETOUCH MY WRINKLES. IT TOOK ME SO LONG TO EARN THEM.– Anna Magnani
Once I’ve learned to love myself, I promise I’ll love you next– I love you magazine, issue #1
Know Pain, Know Gain