Wednesday, April 25, 2012

MILK closing party for Super Model, Elsa Hosk photos

Elsa Hosk's photos by Guy Aroch came to a close,
with a "rip-roaring" party last night at MILK STUDIOS.
Time has run out for those who didn't get to see these,
here are a few.

                   I am jealous, how does one sign up for this kind of job?

                                                             Sign me up!

Friends of the photographer Guy Aroch & Elsa Hosk.

An Elsa look-a-like!
Mr. & MRS. Hosk, Elsa's parents in the House.

NYC artists painters, Mark Wienner, Linda Di Gusta & Sioan.

The lucky man behind the camera, Guy Aroch.

              Adidas at 136 Wooster street has debut
                       of Coco & Breezy Designs.

Coco & Breezy twins with talent and an eye for Fashion.

Friday, April 20, 2012


       at the HOLE Gallery, 310 Bowery.

Good artwork comes to the Bowery......

Nick Meads paintings were refreshing, well executed and playfully humerous.

Nick Mead in front of his painting at Hole Gallery.

Julian Schnabel and May Andersen were at Nick Mead's opening.


Unknown Punk sleeps it off on Kenmare & Bowery.


Recalculating is the name of Bryan Hunt's show at Danese.

Pleasing form, light and shadow beckon the viewer in a refined space.


KILTR launched it's Social Media Network as part of Scotland Week in NYC.
It's Facebook meets LinkedIn! 

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Ken Hiratsuka at the National Arts Club

Ken Hiratsuka's ROCK & PAPER

Original drawings and selected stone sculptures
are on view at the National Arts Club, until April 24th, 2012.
An important member of the Rivington School scene,
Ken Hiratsuka hailed from Japan, lived and worked in the East Village
for more than thirty years, before moving to Andes, New York.
A stone sculptor whose work is the realization of his philosophical concept,
"One line, it is one line that conects us all together".

Hiratsuka at work in his barn studio at Squid Farm in Andes, New York.

One line sphere.

A 1984 Hiratsuka carving on the North West corner of Broadway & Prince.
Photo courtesy of Hiratsuka.

Organic linear carvings which morph into geometric shapes.
Hiratsuka is known for his hieroglyphic, maze-like carvings in cities
and natural environments around the world.

The tools and medium of the artist.

Ken Hiratsuka with hammer & chisel.

Peek a boo Ken.

Saturday, April 14, 2012


Scotland Re:Designed brings together twelve of the brightest stars in Scottish Fashion and Design. Chosen by an International Panel of Fashion and Textile Experts both emerging and established. They all have one thing in common

Judy Clark Fashion Designer,

David Barish in attendance.
Judy Clark and Wendy Murray of Morton Young & Borland LTD.

Rosie Sugden Innovative Luxuary Cashmere,

Jason Coletta, Tricia Lanigan and Chandra Dillon
of Laura Davidson Public Relations.
William Chambers Millinary, www.

The Launch Event took place in Chelsea, at 558 W 21st street, NYC.
It was Sponsored by the Scottish Goverment and Creative Scottland.

Roger Williams Head of Marketing PR and Digital Communications.

Common People created by Edinburgh designer, Kestin Hare.

Duncan Robertson

Refreshments & Spirits provided by Donal Brophy's HIGHLANDS