In the series, Hargreaves recreated the last meals of various serial killers on death row and photographed them. Eerie, right?
Can you guess which mass murder asked for mint chocolate chip ice cream?
Read on to find out.
The New York Time's blog, Lens, recently posted a feature on Sid Kaplan.
According to the NYT, Kaplan was:
"A master black-and-white printer and photographer, the darkroom equivalent of the session man—the go-to guy famous musicians revere and want to work with, but known to few people outside the industry."
Although his body of work isn't what the art community might consider well-known, his photography is the kind I admire most. This is one of my favorite images from the feature (below). Be sure to click through to view more photographs and learn more about Kaplan—his story is worth it.
It's Friday! Peter and I spent the day creating new content for JASPR. The photo above is a sneak peak of what's to come next week, so be sure to stop back.
Happy weekend, ya'll!
+ A closer look at the Emeric typeface launch campaign.
+ An article about stress that makes some valid points I can agree with.
+ All I want for Christmas (in May) is a Fiddle Leaf Fig and I can't find one anywhere!
+ My girl Ali recently curated a killer group of reasonably priced bags from Zara. I think the first one is my fav.
+ I can't justify spending this amount of money on shades which I will break, bend, scratch and lose—but, if I ever wanted to splurge, I think these would be my pick.
+ Why art makes the word a better place.
+ The cut of this Free People dress is killer.
+ Really, NYT? I'm normally one to sing your praises, but you're just now writing this article? I thought all avenues of writing a "hispster article" had been exhausted. Bummer.
+ Local breweries Market Garden and Great Lakes have collaborated on a new beer. Looks like it's taste testing time.
Earlier this week, I talked about my first purchase from Room Service, and now it's onto the second: This bracelet from Stitched and Wired.
Stitched and Wired is an accessory line created by Clevelander Shelley Turk, which made me even more excited to buy the piece (shop local)! Her jewelry is available in many Cleveland boutiques like Room Service as well as in the Stitched and Wired Etsy shop.
My favorite part about my "buying experience" (this is what official people in the retail business call it, right?) was when I opened the folded tag my bracelet was hanging from, the inside read:
"You are smart, confident and comfortable in all aspects of your being. You dress to escape and to connect. You create freedom in what you wear. You are stitched and wired."
A versatile, slip-on sandal is a spring/summer essential for me (woah, tounge-twister). During the warmer seasons, I often have that get up and go, low-maintenance mentality, and I don't want to deal with buckles, laces, and the like.
Today, I stumbled upon this pair of Joie sandals on Piperlime and I might just have to burn all of my reward points I've been saving up (and a 20% off coupon) to have these beauts delivered to my doorstep.