Mar.

19

Flower No. 8

KEITH HARING
The Story of Red and Blue: Number 12,

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Mar.

15

Imagine the Impossible

One of the world’s greatest thinkers passed away yesterday, STEPHEN HAWKING. Stephen theorized and developed context for everything from aliens to global warming, but perhaps his most interesting theories were espoused in the last years of his life regarding¬†artificial intelligence and his belief that humans should be

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Mar.

14

Hideaway at Home

There’s a refinement to this loft/penthouse design by CATHERINE KWONG and we feel its the perfect retreat for a couple who want to get away for a bit without leaving their home. The space anchored by a walnut Nakashima coffee table and a Donald Judd-inspired sofa with

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Mar.

13

the sun and her flowers

the sun and her flowers. RUPI KAUR is a female empowerment hero on social media and deservedly so. Of course her fragmented verse and over-simplicity of subject courts controversy, but Rupi has over a million Instagram followers and sold thousands of her first book, so the 25

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Mar.

12

Purple King

KAZUO SHIRAGA
Purple King, 1996
acrylic on paper

The art world is rediscovering Japanese lyrical abstract artist KAZUO SHIRAGA who used non-traditional techniques like using his whole body to paint his canvases. We love the movement and color that reflects our current

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Mar.

8

Yotam Ottolenghi

YOTAM OTTOLENGHI has been in the foodie firmament for a decade now and I enjoy eating at his namesake Notting Hill restaurant whenever I’m in London, but I never really got into his cookbooks until recently. Yotam’s flavor mash-ups and unique texture combinations are incredible.

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