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The Interrogator with Pamela Katz Tick

Pamela Katz Tick is one of those NYC-based multi-hyphenates that you can’t quite keep track of. If she’s not DJing, she’s modeling. If she’s not modeling, she’s styling. If she’s not doing any of the above, you can bet she’s traveling around the world–and looking absolutely gorgeous, to boot....

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The Interrogator with Daniela Jacobs

Not all senior thesis projects are quote unquote “successful” endeavors. Many are doomed, unfortunately, to become irrelevant hiccups over the course of a creative’s trajectory. But not so with Daniela Jacobs. From her start as a young Parson’s student, the designer has stood out from her peers, possessing an uncommon...

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In the Studio with Bower

Good luck placing a Bower piece within any particular era. The work of the Brooklyn-based design studio is immediately timeless, existing in the liminal space between past and future. Whether it be a mirror or a chair or a even a pen holder, the rules Bower play by are...

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The Interrogator with Amber Vittoria

Amber Vittoria’s work can feel monstrous. Proportions are warped, inflamed, elongated. Her illustrated subjects are lent spikes, hair, and other typically untoward realities. Lips protrude, noses bulge. In their quote-unquote ugliness, Vittoria’s unique vision unfolds: a critique on physical identity, especially in regards to the ideal female form. It’s...

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In the Studio with Dan Perkins

The works have the slick precision of a digital rendering, though there is certainly more than meets the eye. The paintings of Brooklyn-based artist Dan Perkins, in pastels worthy of a Miami sunset, bend and gleam in alien ways, seemingly void of a human hand. But there’s always a...

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19 Questions with County LTD.

The word “tasteful” comes to mind when walking into County LTD. The color palette is purposefully narrow, a tight range of mostly camel, navy, nude, and white. There are tan leathers, light woods, polished brass. The ceramics are dimpled, hand-thrown. Everything, the homegoods in particular, takes on an immediate...

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The Interrogator with Jamie Young

When chef Jamie Young opened Sunday in Brooklyn a little more than one year ago, he inherited a couple things: a beautifully rustic space carved out for the previous tenant, Isa, and the general neighborhood scepticism of a place named after what one might mistakenly imagine constitutes over-the-bridge interloping. While the...

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16 Questions with Matthew Dillon Cohen

Blame it on digital, on filters, on the throwaway nature of today’s image-making machines. Most things, it seems, feel the same, neutered of uniqueness or, even, the desire to be unique at all. But not Matthew Dillon Cohen. The New York City-based director eschews the modern demands for a polished flatness and...

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19 Questions with Chris Black

It is tricky, at least on the surface, to ascertain what it is exactly that Chris Black does. The website of Done to Death Projects, his creative agency, opens with a clean blue homepage, reminiscent of a production company from the early ‘90s that you sort of remember but...

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The Interrogator with Kai Avent-deLeon

Nestled in the center of Bedford-Stuyvesant, amongst a backdrop of elegant Brooklyn brownstones, a concept store called Sincerely, Tommy holds court on the corner of Tompkins and Monroe. Inside, a barista brews coffees behind a marble counter top. Customers peruse racks full of independent designers. Tropical plants interrupt the...

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