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.
There’ll be the exciting pop of old advertising: massive bill boards featuring consumer goods and services, high alters to both commerce and products-as-democracy: “A coke is a coke and no amount of money can get you a better coke.”
Monopod is publishing about automotive photography, art and culture. For its February 2020 issue I wrote a piece […]
I guest-edited The Modernist Issue 33: Junction.
Stay or go, left or right, backwards forwards, in or out? How remiss it would be at this point in history not to begin the J series on the subject of Junctions. The figurative kind: those between being in and out of favour; those with the establishment on one side and counter-culture on the other; spaces evolved from many cultural moments and the junctions that connect where you’re from, to where you went, to where you’ve returned. And, of course, the concrete sort. As in made of concrete. For all you fans.
As if I’d forget you lot.
Includes pieces by Wayne Hemmingway, Chris Difford from Squeeze & The Haçienda architect Ben Kelly.