Oliver & Summer at The Esalen Institute in Big Sur

Posted April 6th by in Culture

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Oliver Maxwell Kupper and Summer at The Esalen Institute in Big Sur.

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Chelsea Schuchman at Dan Tana’s in West Hollywood

Posted April 10th by in Culture

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Chelsea Schuchman birthday dinner at Dan Tana’s in West Hollywod with French filmmaker Juju Sorelli. photographs by Brad Elterman – see more after the jump [CLICK HERE...]

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Michael Nyman recording in Studio One at Abbey Road Studios

Posted March 26th by in Culture

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Iconic composer Michael Nyman recording in Studio One at Abbey Road Studios in London. photograph by Adarsha Benjamin

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[TRAVEL] Road Trippin’ By Adarsha Benjamin

Posted March 11th by in Culture, Travel

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Part 1 of Adarsha Benjamin’s road trip across the American South West. See more photographs by Adarsha after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]

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[ZINE ALERT] Animæ Magazine

Posted February 25th by in Culture, Sex

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The first issue of Animæ Magazine, entitled It’s Not Your Fault, landed on our doorstep and it’s a great, 32 page tabloid style zine from Swedish photographer Lena Modigh in collaboration with Mono.This first issue of Animæ is a three-way conversation about sex, obsession and sanity between three female artists (Lena Modigh, Lucie Russell, and Kristina Sigunsdotter). “Part reminiscence / part journal / part observation; it is an exploration of female youth, sexuality, first love, and loss that takes the form of a zine for girls about boys… and girls.” Buy it here. See more photographs after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

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Brad Elterman’s View Of The Exclusive Purple Dinner @ Acme

Posted February 19th by in Culture

Purple Dinner Party At Acme

photographs by Brad Elterman. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]

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Adarsha On The Steps With Shadow

Posted February 12th by in Culture

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Adarsha Benjamin and Oliver’s shadow on steps in San Francisco. photograph by Oliver Maxwell Kupper

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Brad Elterman and Sandy Kim in @ Le Baron NYC

Posted February 12th by in Culture

Le Baron Anniversary Party

Photographers Brad Elterman and Sandy Kim at the 1st anniversary of Le Baron in New York. photograph by Brad Elterman

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Olivier Zahm @ The Purple Offices in NY

Posted February 11th by in Culture

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photograph by Brad Elterman

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Skye Nicolas M*DEL F*CKR

Posted February 6th by in Culture, Fashion

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Fashion week is almost here and for some people that means models on the runway, but for other people that means models in the bedroom. Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp, Mick Jagger, Mickey Rourke, and Madonna have all been there. It seems models just can’t resist. In fashion, film and finance it’s par for the course. New York-based artist Skye Nicolas has a knack for taking the ironic and the ridiculous and mixing it with the pure, distilled fuel of gossip (sometimes about himself) and notions of celebrity (sometimes his own), and turns it into socially poignant pieces of art. Nicolas’ new series, fittingly called M*DEL F*CKR, which includes 90′s style logo tees and beanies, is a tongue-in-cheek ode to those who partake in certain dalliances with the aforementioned genetically gifted. Even Nicolas himself has been caught in the rumor mill with his own trysts caught on a webcam at The Mark Hotel in New York leaving some to call him a M*DEL F*CKR. Transforming the colloquial term into a recognizable logo graphic playfully de-stigmatizes its instinctively incendiary context and replacing it with affectionate banter intended to praise, becoming the ultimate compliment promising unabated adulation. It’s no surprise that a handful of top agency girls have already gotten hold of the merchandise, and have been spotted at New York Fashion Week castings wearing M*DEL F*CKR tees and beanies. Head over to Induced Nostalgia and get yourself a logo tee for $30 bucks (same price for beanies). The tees are truly authentic in their 90′s style cut and Loosey-Goosey Sizing™, uniquely coined by the artist. Grab one now for Fashion Week before they’re gone forever! See more photographs after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

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