FvF: Joe Sadler


Another new tag-team feature w/ Leigh is up with our friends at Freunde von Freunden. This time, we visit LA-based fashion designer Joe Sadler and his new venture, CWST.
Read the full interview by Leigh Patterson and view more photos at FvF.

FvF: Jack Sanders


I recently had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with architectural designer and baseball manager Jack Sanders of Design Build Adventure at his studio/home in far east Austin as he prepped for an upcoming art show involving pressed tortillas.
Read the full interview by Leigh Patterson and view more photos at FvF.

Winter Music 2013/2014 for The Fox Is Black


I had the privilege of compiling a new set of wintery sounds for the newest installment of my seasonal playlists for my friends The Fox Is Black.
Thanks for listening and happy 2014. Links, info and previous seasonal mixes below.

View the original post at The Fox Is Black to stream and download.

Cover Image
Track #
Artist
Song
Album
Link



01
Small Sur
Labor
Labor
Link


02
Dukes of Chutney
Domino
EP
Link 


03
Wymond Miles
The Ascension
Cut Yourself Free
Link


04
Botany
Sunna/Show Me
Lava Diviner (Truestory)

05
Julianna Barwick
One Half
Nepenthe
Link


06
Sam Amidon
Bright Sunny South
Bright Sunny South
Link


07
Broderick & Broderick
Pop’s Song
Broderick & Broderick
Link


08
Bitchin’ Bajas
Sun City
Bitchitronics
Link


09
Goat
Goathead (Excerpt)
World Music
Link


10
Olan Mill
Salkantay Trail
Home
Link


11
Tim Hecker
Stigmata II
Virgins
Link


12
Raum
Event of Your Leaving
Event of Your Leaving
Link

 

 

Previous seasonal mixes:

2013
Summer
Spring
Autumn

2012
Summer
Spring
Autumn
Winter

2011
Spring
Summer
Autumn
Winter

2010
Summer
Autumn
Winter

Comal / Frio


I took a solo trip to the Hill Country this past weekend and spent some time on the banks of two great bodies of water. These somehow look like paintings to me.
1-2. Comal, Comal County
3-4. Frio, Real County 

Synonym: Issue 3


My girlfriend Leigh Patterson is the editor of Synonym Journal. Issue 3 is now available for order and physically stocked in a handful of fine shops worldwide. Following a central thematic structure around the idea of “cliffhanger”, this issue explores the particulars of unfinished endings, suspense, physical reactions to the sensory, melodrama, etc and features work by Rachel Albright, Lou Benesch, Brian Ferry, and Brion Nuda Rosch among others. Highly recommended.
More info + ordering here.

E 2nd Street Flea


Last Sunday, the inaugural E 2nd Street Flea took place in Austin. Housed in the warehouse adjacent to Sam Hill, over a dozen local vendors (Farewell Books, Flattrack Coffee, Traveler Denim, Lumiere Tintype, and Watchman Woodworks among others) set up temporary shop to display their wares.

Ooga Booga

What was originally shot for a now defunct Nothing Major, here is a feature on the downtown shop and gallery space for the amazing, Ooga Booga. Located just east of the LA River on S. Mission, the shop houses an elaborate collection of art books, journals and zines; a gleaming mine of thoughtful publications. The shop’s adjacent gallery space boasts massive square footage and an on-going program of unique exhibitions from reputable artists (Laura Owens’ “12 Paintings” show pictured above).
More on Ooga Booga via their blog.

Italy, 2006

Found some old shots I took in Italy back in 2006 while scouring some old external hard drives. I’d love to one day revisit some of these places from that trip: Lago di Como, Vernazza, Siena and Firenze.

Recents


Been catching my breath the last couple weeks. A lot of works pending, so please stay tuned. Here’s a shot I snapped during some photo work Leigh was doing for Spartan.

TITC Around the Web
Joe Sadler (via Freunde von FreundeniPad only at the moment)

Photography
Jessica Tremp

Publication
Ain’t Bad  (Infinite Progress)
The Travel Almanac No 6

Listening
Raum – Event of Your Leaving

Watching
Flight 666 (Iron Maiden documentary)

Fall Windows


It finally is starting to feel like Fall around here in Austin. Leaves have somewhat changed, temperatures have dropped and houses are warm and glowing. Above: a few shots looking out of my windows on a recent chilly morning.