we like things that are beautiful with depth.
Thenewyorkan.net/Drew-Harrington #drewharrington - What is the hardest and best thing you find with running a creative business? - the hardest part and the best part are one in the same. It’s frightening not ever being able to fully predict the next step even though that progression into the unknown is what I find so thrilling. It’s like drawing something with your eyes closed and seeing that upon opening them you have drawn something completely different but just as beautiful as our vision” #stylereview #thenewyorkan
Hang in there. It is astonishing how short a time it can take for very wonderful things to happen.
Never waste your time trying to explain who you are to people who are committed to misunderstanding you.
Started by a husband-wife duo who found success in hosting dinner parties for strangers in their Tribeca apartment, this Latin American inspired restaurant is amazing. The grilled vegetable torta is to die for. -Grace Edinger, Assistant Merchant
Freshen up the workspace. -Justin Chung
There’s something about Scott Conarroe’s work that seems to peaceful. You can tell he’ll wait in one spot for hours until it seems just right. This isn’t something he stumbled across. Everything is deliberate and as a result, perfect. -Liam Goslett
Bruschetta with Goat Cheese
Spring is in the air. -Justin Chung
Bottled History by Commoner
“Ray Gascoigne has spent a lifetime at sea as a shipwright and sea merchant. His memories and love for ships are made physical through miniatures he constructs with extreme care within old whisky bottles. Over the past 60 years he has built hundreds of replicas of ships from the past and present of maritime legend. Many were built at sea, in the lonely cabin hours of night, and Ray (now 85) continues his craft on land today” (watch video).