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Many thanks to Sacha Jenkins and Henry Chalfant for stopping by

Reed Space this week and having their book signing and Q&A for our guest.

Along with the history of “writing” and the art of “getting up”

Their stories were a reflection of an era that gave birth to graffiti in the late 70’s and early 80’s

Henry Chalfant (producer and photographer of Style Wars)

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his photography exhibt will be is on display at Reed Space till 12/27/2014



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March 22nd, 2013 / 15:57:37


This month I released a small publication entitled ‘Unreal City’. Here’s a look inside..

Pick up a copy at Reed

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March 17th, 2013 / 17:47:11


Lauryn Hill by Aviva Klein

Lauryn Hill by Aviva Klein

My wonderfully talented friend is casting for a new photo project! Read below and contact her if you’re interested in taking part. Believe me after perusing her site, you’re gonna wanna take part.

“Seeking the stories of American men and women who are living lives or working in professions that are highly unlikely and extremely improbable given how or where they grew up.

When their upbringings/backgrounds/childhood facts are taken into consideration, their present-day living/working realities inspire awe and disbelief. The contrast between their past and present embodies the concepts of overcoming, defying the expected, exceptional transformation, infinite possibility or “nothing is too amazing to happen”. This isn’t necessarily a focus on rags to riches, though it could be.

It could also be other examples of the improbable like child heiress becomes nun or remedial learner becomes leading PHD scholar in a complex discipline or kid from impoverished rural family becomes CEO of global enterprise.

To be considered for this project please email”

March 11th, 2013 / 19:01:00


When we set out to make this short, our intention simply was to observe the phenomenon of fashion bloggers and street style stars. As we started to review the footage, two salient trends became apparent: fashion editors frustrated by the ensuing commotion outside of shows, and the rise of "peacocking" street style stars as a result of the proliferation of blogs. This film examines these themes from both perspectives.

Everyone has to admit that street photography has risen from a niche group of individuals with an eye for style to everyone who has an iPhone or pocket camera seeing a particular shade of red they like. Now I still have my go to sites (The Sartorilist, William Yan and Jak & Jil for seeing what is trending now a days. And I have certain individuals who I grab inspiration from (Kogi Motofumi, Nick Wooster and Ouigi Theodore). But this video takes a good look at both the artist and the subject in a world where getting as many eyes on an outfit could change the outlook of a new brand or an established one.

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