Just arrived back from China. Beautiful and life-changing, as every trip should be. Pictures and video to come soon.
(above: bike in a Beijing hútòng.)
A few instagrams from the Edible Schoolyard NYC Spring Benefit last night. The event featured an Auction, cocktails, and dinner by more than 20 renown NYC chefs. At Red Antler I worked on the branding for the event, which featured hand-drawn type and watercolor. Case study coming soon!
Above: David Chang holding the program and Momofuku menus, the Essex Market space with presentation, menu for chef Michael Anthony, and table numbers.
Creative Direction - Simon Endres, Strategy - Emily Heyward, Project Management - Kristen Nozell
The project is saying that street harassment is not okay (…) That women should be able to walk to the train, to the grocery store, to school - without having to cross the street to avoid the men that she sees already eyeing her as she approaches. That making women feel objectified, sexualized simply because they are women, is not okay. That grabbing a woman’s wrist to force her to speak to you is not okay. That requesting for a woman to “smile for you” is not okay - because women are not outside on the street for the purpose of entertaining and pleasing men. That it’s quite possible women are wonderful, happy, intelligent human beings that simply want to move through out the world comfortably and safely while wearing their face however the hell they want to.
by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
note: I first saw this because she posted it on the block I live in Brooklyn. It definitely brought a feeling of security that the message was out there, having been told to smile by strangers (with sexual intent) more times than I can count, or have a dude come at me just by making eye contact.
Hussein Chalayan Fall 2013 Ready to Wear
Ushering Summer in with some new personal work.
…and to draw a bright white line with light and Compositions of Light on White