September 17th, 2010 / 07:25:14

Steven SB and the Debonaire Bear

September 16th, 2010 / 10:13:09


224 pages , Full Color, Hardcover.

There will be Artist Editions available tonight at the space. Edition of 250, 5 Editions of 5.

The Brooklyn-based artists Patrick McNeil and Patrick Miller began their prolific collaboration as Faile in 1999 by creating street art in New York City and beyond. During the decade that followed, Faile have established themselves as the leading figures in the genre of urban art.

This book is the first comprehensive collection of Faile’s visually omnivorous print-making technique spanning the last decade. Their work can be seen both as a reinvention of the pop and classic American collage traditions, and an artistic vision of the fragmented, interconnected 21st century.

September 16th, 2010 / 10:01:02


September 16th, 2010 / 09:57:20

“Above Brooklyn”

From NY Art Beat

“According to Wikipedia, ‘Mankind has practiced pigeon keeping for about 10,000 years in almost every part of the world’ – who would have guessed that this could be probable on the rooftops of Brooklyn. Thomas Murphy met a group of neighbors in the Spring of 2009 when he moved into an apartment adjacent to a pigeon coop. Mesmerized by a flock of up to 500 or so pigeons, Murphy formed a friendship with the pigeon flyer, only to uncover an underground subculture of pigeon fanciers.Talking to this group of men aged from 50 to 70 years old, visiting a number of local rooftops, Murphy explored a friendship as a means of garnering a first hand understanding of this dying past time. Under threats from a new generation who deem flying pigeons as ‘uncool’ combined with increased costs and new residents moving to buildings distasteful of this movement, the pigeon fancier community demanded to be preserved as a slice of Brooklyn history.

Thomas Murphy has chosen to exhibit a series of 24 images to represent over a years worth of documented encounters; each are sized at 16 x 20. Only two larger images are printed at 32 x 48, both of which, for him center the collection as the most powerful portraits of the story. The full body of work encapsulates the rapture of a hidden if not unknown example of man’s relationship with nature.”

September 15th, 2010 / 09:55:29


What an incredible evening. Great flicks, great folks, genuine fun. The Witness amazed us with some awe-inspiring photos.

The night was filled with an amazing crowd (thank you again for gracing us with your presence). Special thanks to DJ Neil Armstrong for dazzling us with some dance-instigating tunes. Here are some pics of the night, courtesy of Jerry

If you didn’t have a chance to make it that night, fear not. The exhibition will be open until September 30th, so drop by, say hi, and enjoy.

September 12th, 2010 / 18:51:41


Reed Space is proud to host a 13th Witness solo photo exhibition next week on Monday, September Thirteenth. Oh this will be good. Very. Very. Good.

September 12th, 2010 / 10:03:18


Generic Surplus has resurfaced, with new colorways and a new style. The Borstal Shoe is back, now in navy…

the Apache now in khaki leather…

and the new Suede Workboot in dark grey…

and khaki…

Classy kicks from Generic Surplus.

September 11th, 2010 / 11:49:07


This just in! Fresh Staple New Eras have dropped! First we have the NYS




NY State of Mind

and lastly, the pièce de résistance, the S-Anchor

Show ’em who’s the Captain.

September 11th, 2010 / 10:43:05


New Mishka arrivals Reeders, starting with the Watch Droogs tee

Private Shows tee

High Impact tee

Engineered To Destroy tee

Hava Nice Day tee in black…

or white…

Goat’s Head Flannel in charcoal…

or blue…

Amerikana Sweater

Henry’s Head Sweater for the David Lynch fans…

Gazin Bomber Jacket

Advisory Snapback

Hat Trick Snapback

Heatseeker New Era Pom Pom Beanie in black…



or brown…

Amerikana New Era Earflap Beanie in brick…

or purple…

to match the Amerikana Scarf in brick…

or purple…

Come snag some new digs for the Fall brought to you by Mishka.

September 10th, 2010 / 14:45:49

What’s For Lunch?

A few days ago my coworker used a whopper, a spicy chicken sandwich and some onion rings to make the masterpiece on the left. Today, the talented cooks at Yogee Noodle prepared the serving of Young Chow Fried Rice on the right. I recommend the former if you’re in the mood for beef, chicken and onion. I recommend the latter if you’re in the mood for BBQ pork, cooked shrimp, eggs, scallions and peas. Happy lunching!

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