As featured in the TSPTR Journal Fall Winter 2020
“The assembled writers and artists all influence TSPTR. Their work and ideas acting as catalysts for continual exploration.”
The piece compares Eames House and Ennis House from an ideological, design and atmosphere point of view and also the roles they played in providing design solutions post WW2 and as backdrops in cult American fiction Bladerunner, Twin Peaks and even an episode of Southpark.
My piece in the latest @tsptr journal is out now, via tsptr.com:
“It never got fast enough for me”
Hunter S Thompson.
Piece explores the Gonz’s darkly charismatic ideology and his obsession with motorcycles, drugs and guns.
Douglas was ‘Minister of Culture’ at The Black Panther Party for the duration of its active years – 1966 to 1982.
The distinctive visual look of the Black Panther Party was as a result of the creative direction of Douglas – and that’s a BIG achievement because their visual game was STRONG.
NOTHING looked or sounded like The Black Panther Party – nor has it since.
SEIZE THE TIME.
REVOLUTION IN OUR LIFETIME.
As featured in The Modernist Magazine.
Photos taken whilst visiting the the pop-up exhibition: Beyond the Streets by Roger Gastman, NYC 2019.
Emory Douglas portrait by Bryan Shih.
I’m writing for the @tsptr seasonal journal – a clothing brand exploring American counterculture, politics and subcultural themes.
Fall / Winter’s piece is about LA’s Eames House and Ennis house.
It was the kind of Motel you’d expect to find in a not-ending-well pulp fiction thriller about an American road trip circa. 1960.
As featured in Monopod Magazine.