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Visit the Vimeo page for further credits. Also can be viewed in higher-res (QuickTime). 
Move a Little was recently included in the Flux Screening Series at the Hammer Museum.
Andrew and Ryan gave a short presentation after the screening:

 

 

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Andrew joined the Station to Station journey for the final leg of the trip, from Los Angeles to Oakland.

 

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Vague Wave (#1)
Ink-press transfer print
12″x12″

 


Vague Wave (#2)
Ink-press transfer print
12″x12″

 


Vague Wave (#3)
Ink-press transfer print
12″x12″

 


Vague Wave (#4)
Ink-press transfer print
12″x12″

 

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Digital Waterfall
30″x45″ (each print)
C-prints on pearl metallic paper
Triptych for the residence of William Stirling Thompson, Hollywood CA.
Additional installation views can be can be seen in Dwell June 2012 issue.

 

 

 

 

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Ava Rose
Mirrored plexiglass
45″x93″x0.125″
Private collection

 

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Beach Jump Time Warp
La Jolla, CA, 1986 / 2004
C-prints, 18″x12.5″, 2004.

 

Boneless Time Warp
Pacific Beach CA, 1986 / 2004
Gelatin silver prints, 2004.
*(this boneless is switch-stance, for some reason… they were easier to do switch)

 

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Front and back of invite, commissioned by Reform Gallery, 2013.

 

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Wedding invitation illustration.

 

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Being There
One-color serigraph on 70-lb acid-free paper
23″ x 30″
Edition of 50
Shown at These Friends 4, This Gallery
Available framed (contact Skyrocket Studio)

(detail):

 

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A series by Skyrocket titled Commissioned Garbage.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pics from a recent visit to The Salk Institute in La Jolla, CA. Completed in 1965 by architect Louis Kahn.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Illustration for Topspin Media:

 

As seen on their homepage:

 

Another illustration:

 

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Photography from the studio archives…

William, Solana Beach, 2000

 

S. Malkmus (and O in the background), Mission Beach, circa 2000

 

The Jicks + crew, Mission Beach, circa 2000

 

The Upper Crust, San Diego, 1999

 

 

Tom, pre-Coachella at the Roosevelt Hotel, 2001

 

Chan, Los Angeles, circa 2000

 

Carrie (Washington DC, 1998) and Fred (Hollywood CA, 2000), pre-Portlandia

 

Barry and Stuart, Los Angeles, circa 2000

 

Uncle Bob, the Sunset Strip, 1999. Shortly before this happened.

 

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Alien Escape (#1)
One-color serigraph on 70-lb acid-free paper
22″ x 15″

Alien Escape (#2)
One-color serigraph and paint marker on 70-lb acid-free paper
22″ x 15″

Alien Escape (#3)
One-color serigraph and paint marker on 70-lb acid-free paper
22″ x 15″

Alien Escape (#4)
One-color serigraph and paint marker on 70-lb acid-free paper
22″ x 15″

 

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From the studio archives, 2005.

 

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32 works (drawings, sketches, doodles, graphics, mixed-media pieces, etc.) from the studio archives……

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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33 works (drawings, sketches, doodles, graphics, mixed-media pieces, etc.) from the studio archives……

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This is Me
Mixed media (acrylic on canvas, 48″x48″, by Skyrocket)
Model: Jesse Kamm
From the studio archives, 2006.

 

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From the studio archives, 2007.

 

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From the studio archives, 2007.

 

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Illustration for tour shirts for Eleni Mandell‘s new album, Let’s Fly a Kite.”

 

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From the studio archives, 2003.

 

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Andrew was a part of Doug Aitken‘s The Artist’s Museum Happening, performing as one of the drummers in a piece called WE, at MoCA’s 2010 Annual Gala.

 

 

 

Above films shot by Keith Megna.

 

Above behind-the-scenes footage shot by Trent Moorman.

 

The invite design above, by Will Work for Good. Also see Idea of the West book from the evening.

 

Above photos by John Shearer/Getty Images.

 

Playing with Derek and Patty. Photo by Brian Phillips.

 

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From the studio archives, 1998.

 

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Wite-out pen on eggshell (animated gif), 2.9 x 1.6″, 2006.

 

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From the studio archives, 2003-2005.

 

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From the studio archives, 1998.

 

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From the studio archives, 1998.

 

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From the studio archives, 1998.
BTW, some info:

 

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Chrissy, Cardiff-by-the-Sea, 1997

 

Chrissy, Swami’s beach, Encinitas, 1997

 

West Hollywood, 2009

 

Craig, Encinitas, 1999

 

Shane and Erik, early Piss Drunx era, West Hollywood, circa 1999

 

Union Square, NYC, 2011

 

Larchmont, 2011

 

Sluggo, Encinitas, 1999 (Backflip air on closer side of the ramp)

 

Orange County, 2004. ‘G’ sticker concept: Yogi Proctor

 

Stella, Silver Lake, 2007

 

Young friend, East Village NYC, 2012

 

Princeton NJ, 1998

 

Langhorne PA, 1998

 

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Refinery 29 asked Andrew to write an article on menswear stores in the Los Angeles area. Photo assistance by Stella Berkofsky.

 

Guild

Guild is a bright, open space on Abbot Kinney that carries a top selection of progressive menswear from Europe and Japan. Now that Number (N)ine is no more (but look for Takahiro Miyashita’s new line, The Soloist), my favorite Japanese brand is probably Miharayasuhiro, and Guild carries a number of pieces from the current season. Also available: Silent by Damir Doma, Drkshdw by Rick Owens (hope they’ll bring their grosgrain denim back), and the always-reliable (though confusingly-sized) Ann Demeulemeester. Guild also functions as a gallery space; currently showing are large-scale black and white photographs by Elisabeth Sunday. While in Venice, don’t forget Tortoise across the street; maybe the most inspirational design boutique/housewares/etc shop in Los Angeles. Sign up for one of their ongoing workshops.

Guild, 1335 1/2 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291; 310.396.8300

 

H.L.N.R.

H. Lorenzo’s sister store, H.L.N.R. (H. Lorenzo North Robertson) is a eco-friendly boutique, using a paperless system and solar panels, located on a sleepier area of Robertson Blvd. Ring denim from Italy is in a perfect wash and cut. Kolor‘s current selection of button-downs, henleys, and a very soft, thin sweater/deconstructed blazer is another winner. H.L.N.R. offers some of the most creative, progressive designers from around the world in this modern space, and is probably my overall top location in this list.

H.L.N.R., 474 N. Robertson Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90048; 310.652.0064

 

H. Lorenzo Men

An extensive selection of avant-garde, semi-experimental (but still wearable) pieces are available at H. Lorenzo in Sunset Plaza. The Viridi-anne, Diet Butcher Slim Skin, Shellac, and Taishi Nobukuni are among my favorites. A key piece is the deconstructed blazer by Japanese label Attachment, cut and constructed perfectly in a unique fabric. Also noticed the details on the sleeve cuffs of a Taishi Nobukuni fleece blazer.

H. Lorenzo, 8648 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90069; 310.659.0015

 


Sartorialoft

David Choi’s Sartorialoft is housed in a turn-of-the-century industrial warehouse space in downtown Los Angeles. Tucked away in a curved brick alley that could resemble an area of Amsterdam, there is no signage to be seen, making it a true destination spot. Once inside, you will find an impeccably designed room, where garments are presented in a minimal, almost museum-like display. There is an interaction between the clothing and the boutique’s fixtures, especially with the coil system displaying Label Under Construction, a truly artisan and underground Italian brand by Luca Laurini. LUC pieces are obsessively detailed; Sartorialoft offers a comprehensive collection of the line.

Sartorialoft, 1820 Industrial Street #103, Los Angeles, CA 90021; 213.291.3242

 

Zero + Maria Cornejo

Once hearing a bit about Maria, I knew I would probably like her men’s collection before I even saw it. Maria Cornejo is a past Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award Winner, and married to a photographer I like, Mark Borthwick (if you ever get the chance, don’t pass up on his falafel, or chocolate-covered ginger, or matcha-powdered fresh figs, the last which he served at a performance at Iko Iko a little while back). Key pieces include the Dos jacket (a cross between a blazer and a short trench coat, with attached hood, available in black or khaki) and the Curved Waistcoat (vest) in aike jacquard. Also, across the street is the rare book room/gallery, Lead Apron.

Zero + Maria Cornejo, 8408 Melrose Place, Los Angeles, CA 90069; 323.782.4915

 

RTH

Feeling like a cross between Free City (check out their new location on Highland Ave. btw) and some of Double RL, inhouse designer Rene Holguin’s RTH boutique is uniquely his own vision and perfectly realized. His ‘ponshirt’ design, a poncho/shirt combination made from vintage finds (no two ponshirts are alike; it’s also offered in a variety of colors) is a favorite, as are the vintage polka-dot scarves and the rope belt. Rene was very passionate in discussing his store and it showed in the curation of the goods.

RTH, 537 N. La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, CA, 90048; 310.289.7911

 

A. Kinney Court

I really like the Oliver Peoples O’Malley Limited Edition reissue frame in the clear color, known as crystal beige. Maybe somewhat inspired by Warhol’s Moscot frames (but less chunky and a little more subtle in color), you can’t do much better than this style of frames for reading glasses and/or sunglasses. For sunglasses, the two-tone O’Malleys (which are original vintage), work well. The color reminds me of a 1960s longboard. A. Kinney Court is the premiere location to find the orignials and reissue O’Malleys. Also look for the Garrett Leight Hampton frame style there.

A. Kinney Court, 1423 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CA 90291; 310.392.3400

 

Lost & Found Men

Jamie Rosenthal’s block of storefronts on Yucca have become an institution. At Lost and Found Men, highlights from the current inventory include Hartford‘s scarf, R13‘s diagonal striped shirt, and B’Sbee‘s button-down. Last season, Jamie carried a jewelry line from Japan called Ishi. And just to reminisce for a sec, the space where Lost & Found Men is located used be Heaven 27 (Sofia Coppola & Stephanie Hayman’s shop for their line, Milk Fed). Spending time there around 2001, I was introduced to the work of Geoff McFetridge, who did most of the Milk Fed t-shirt artwork.

Lost & Found, 6316 Yucca St., Los Angeles, CA 90028; 323.856.5872

 

Thvm Atelier

Pronounced ‘Them,’ Thvm Atelier’s spacious downtown location has a workshop-like feel to it. The day I went, I ran into friends Will Lemon and Ryan Heffington, who were preparing for a shoot. Thvm carries pieces by Assembly New York (excellent store in the L.E.S. in NYC), and the most extensive selection of Endovanera in Los Angeles (favorite piece from current collection: the Drench coat). The interior space was designed by Ishi Glinsky and Caiti Hawkins. It feels like a cross between a few Palm Springs’ hotels (Korakia Pensione and Ace come to mind), and the white-on-white in the changing room reminds me of Margiela’s retail space aesthetics.

Thvm Atelier, 1317 Palmetto St., Los Angeles, CA 90013; 213.617.0667

 

Steven Alan Annex

This annex location has a Nantucket/New England vibe in its interior design. A key piece here is the Velour (Swedish line) ‘Charlie’ duffel coat. I wanted to mention the KZO Highland Jacket (see slide #13 above), which was available online at at the Annex location in NYC, but may be out now. Bonus points for the instore soundtrack, which included The Boss’ “I’m Goin’ Down.” Afterward, go to The Detox Market across the street; Kusmi‘s Detox Tea and Earl Grey flavors are quite nice.

Steven Alan Annex, 1601 Abbot Kinney Blvd., Venice, CA 90291; 310.452.3413

 

Bonus locations (look for coverage in a future article):

Just One Eye, 7000 Romaine St., Los Angeles, CA 90038; 888.563.6858
New High Mart, 1720 N. Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90027; 323.638.0271
Theodore Men’s, 336 N. Camden Dr., Beverly Hills, CA 90210; 310.276.0663  &  23722 Malibu Rd., Ste. 300, Malibu, CA 90265; 310.456.5940

 

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Andrew was included as a drummer in the Boredoms’ 88 BoaDrum performance. This started as an installation in 2006
at Deitch Projects in New York, and has evolved into somewhat of an annual performance. Some may have first heard of
the Boredoms here in 1994. Thanks to Hisham Bharoocha for the opportunity.

 

Afternoon rehearsal:

 

08/08/08, 8:08pm:

 

 

 

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From the studio archives, 1998.

 

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The documentary. The Nieves book.
From the studio archives, 1999.

 

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From the studio archives, 2001.

 

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Installed a projected loop installation for Record Night at Shelter Half,
and also designed this poster.

 

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Shot for Big Brother Magazine.
From the studio archives, 2001.

Bonus Shellac photograph, from Baltimore, 1998:

On a side note, the Shellac story in the above link was written by Sasha Frere-Jones;
His band, Ui, collaborated with Stereolab to form Uilab, and recorded this Eno cover:
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The End, 2008.
Photography for The Quiet Life (scroll about halfway down the page) Spring 2012 season. Available as a white or black shirt.
The Quiet Life is run by Andy Mueller (of Girl Skateboards’ Art Dump) and Jennifer Pitt.

 

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From the studio archives, 1998.

 

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The Selby visits Andrew at the studio, December 2008.

 

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From the studio archives, 2005.

 

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Andrew was a drummer in Doug Aitken‘s Black Mirror video installation for DESTE Foundation Project Space, Hydra Island, Greece, 2011.

 

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From the studio archives, 2005.

 

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Listen to some MIXES. Illustration from Skyrocket’s Mun2 broadcast spots.

 

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Refinery 29 asked Andrewt to choose some friends and talk about style clothes with them…

 

Pali Cornelsen
Interior Designer, Poet

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: (on the left):
Dries Van Noten jacket, Thai fisherman cotton shirt, Borsalino vintage felt hat,
Oliver Peoples sunglasses, Gold necklace was a birth gift; it says ‘Deus te guie’
(‘God guide you’).
(on the right):
Ann Demeulemeester Portrait Anthracite Jacket, H&M shirt, Levis’s premium
city leg denim pants, Maison Martin Margiela shoes, Borsalino vintage felt hat,
Oliver Peoples sunglasses.

Q: Style influences?
A: My inspiration comes from beauty; more specifically from free spirited
bohemian/country girls… I try to create a look that would match that girl.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: eBay.

 

William Vernon Lemon III
Fine Artist/Makeup Artist (William Lemon / Bridge Artists)

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: (on the left):
My favorite Number (N)ine pants, they have leaping stags on them. Mark Gonzales
longsleeve t-shirt. Camper/Bernhard Wilhelm shoes, from New High Mart in LA, they
are great; I usually only wear them to Japanese raves in the woods but they are okay
for kicking around the house too.
(on the right):
Acidwash denim trenchcoat from Weltenberger (next to New High Mart), also a great!!!
store, with the nicest German owner of anything ever. My special occasion pleather
high wasted Hammer pants I got from Louisiana, I feel like the best dancer in the world
when I put them on, and the sweatiest dancer.

Q: Style influences?
A: I dont really know, I dont really have any.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: The two stores I mentioned are where I get my gear.

 

Danny Gabai
Talent Agent

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: (on the left):
Suit and shirt by the late-great Cloak (Alexandre Plokhov), which I got at their
shop in Soho back in 2007. I loved the suit so much that I had four copies made
by a guy from Hong Kong named Fat Tsao. He comes to the States once a year and
you have to visit him at the Holiday Inn by the airport to have your measurements
taken. The label inside his suits says “MASTER & CO. Far East Mansion Shopping
Arcade”. The shoes are white tuxedo shoes by the Generic Man.
(on the right):
Leather jacket by Rodarte (which the girls gave me for my 30th birthday), jeans by
Nom de Guerre, an old pair of black Prada boots, and an Andrew W.K. t-shirt.
The socks in both are by Paul Smith (don’t leave home without them).

Q: Style influences?
A: Serge Gainsbourg, Glenn O’Brien, Ian Curtis, Charles Eames, Jean Luc Godard,
David Byrne, Hedi Slimane, Marcel Proust.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: Opening Ceremony, Amsterdam Modern, Ooga Booga.

 

David Erikson
Fashion Attorney

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: (on the left):
Surface to Air blazer, Maison Martin Margiela sweater, Prada pants, Seize sur
Vingt pocket square, Arkitip x Ace Hotel x Generic Surplus sneakers
(on the right):
Prada suit, Thom Browne shirt, Hermes scarf, Ray Ban sunglasses,
Carpe Diem boots.

Q: Style influences?
A: Steve McQueen, The Professor from Gilligan’s Island, Richie Tenenbaum.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: Barneys, garage sales, Colette, J. Crew.

 

Bram Inscore
Musician

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: (on the left):
Rodarte shirt, American Apparel slacks, Neosens shoes
(on the right):
Comme des Garcons shirt, Endovanera pants, Dior Homme sneakers.

Q: Style influences?
A: Blow-Up, Mad Max and Japanese street fashion.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: I got most of this stuff on tour, probably in Tokyo department stores or Le Marais
in Paris. In LA: vintage stores, the Rose Bowl swap meet or on sale at Barneys.

 

Eric Ernest Johnson
West Coast Artist (EEJ)

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: My favorite Stetson hat, a permanently borrowed Nepali mountain shirt,
anything purple, pen, small pad of paper, pocket knife, no cell phone.

Q: Style influences?
A: Tsuguharu Foujita, Sitting Bull, Fletch.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: Sears Roebuck, MacMillan’s Resort Wear in Palm Springs, Bolinas Free Box.

 

Joel Knoernschild
Fashion Creative Director/Founder of KZO & Creative Growth for Everybody
(Cinematic Journal / Creative Growth for Everybody)

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: I’m wearing pretty much all KZO. Shoes are by Common Projects. Vintage hat
made in Ecuador.

Q: Style influences?
A: Growing up 10 minutes from the beach in Southern California had a big influence
on my life. The ability of being able to snowboard in the morning, surf in the afternoon
and go see a concert that night in LA is great. Some style icons for me include Neil Young,
Stanley Kubrick, Creative Growth Art Center, Mom, Dad & Sister.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: Typically, all of the clothes that I wear are pieces that I made. It’s pretty nice to be able
to do that. I also get my clothes from other friends who are designers, friends stores like
MAC up in San Francisco, or traveling abroad.

 

Paul Rizzo
Editorial/Celebrity Hairstylist

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: (on the left):
Comme des Garcons jacket, Junya Watanabe t-shirt,
Comme des Garcons trousers, Comme des Garcons socks..
(on the right):
Rick Owens beanie, Damir Doma jacket, Ann Demeulemeester tank,
Opening Ceremony trousers, Dior Homme shoes.

Q: Style influences?
A: Madonna and street kids.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: in Tokyo, Japan.

 

Mark Wiesmayr 
Creative Director at The POP Studio, sometimes Denim Guru for brands that pulse blue

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: (on the left):
1. A Roberts Hat- “The Mallory Jen”, with an added pheasant feather I found. A vintage find
at a flea market that I trawl through most months. It seems unfortunate that San Diego hat
company is no longer in biz.
2. A Freshjive tee shirt, the art is called “three young virgins”. Rick Klotz is the man behind
Freshjive, always with an antagonistic and forward eye to fashion and graphics, this one
pushes some limits.
3. An Avelon Jacket, its a little shrunken, which gives it the attitude, and its linen/silk blend
is rad. From a company I used to be Creative Director of in Amsterdam. My buddy Eric Frenken
now runs Avelon, it’s conceptual and considered, I love his work. He used to design for Viktor
and Rolf, his taste level is exquisite.
4. !ITEM skinny chinos. These are my little pleasure. Whilst launching the brand earlier this year
I got to keep some of these, and they’ve become a staple. Fabric is a tight peached twill, and the
cut is skinny with a twist. This brand is so sharp and modern. Coming soon to a premium store
near you.
5. A natural braided rope and leather trimmed belt. Italian, The brand has worn off, and I can’t
remember who did it. Got it at Barneys. It feels natural and slightly summer-ish.
6.  Shoes by a little maker in Italy. Stiff suede. These are leather soled Desert Boots, so they
make a noise when i walk on hardwood floors. It also makes the sole have its own bends and
warbles. I’m into their light color as they adapted some street dust, and I changed the laces out
for dark turquoise leather.
(on the right):
1. A Penny Stock chambray shirt. I appreciate it being dark and understated. This is from
my friends John Moore and Michael Abbey, who do this label that has its own classic masculinity.
Its part of The POP Studio’s portfolio, where I am a Creative Director. The POP team does some
incredibly poignant and market leading work with brands of all types. This shirt, as all of the
Penny Stock items, comes with an actual penny as a trim in the pocket. John Moore is my long time
surfing (when he doesn’t have too much on with his studio) and creative genius buddy. He was the
force behind Hollister, and the recent Quiksilver Girls line. We’re looking forward to a little
south of the border getaway soon.
2. A Blue Blood chambray tie. I used to be Creative Director for what WAS one of the best denim
brands in the world, Blue Blood from Amsterdam. We made the best jeans, from the best denim,
washed in the best laundries in the world. A lot of denimistas revered the brand. This tie is made
with a slight pop of sky blue silk lining, and I love wearing it tonally, preferably when I can
double denim it.
3. A leather necklace over the tie, of 2 copper discs. One says “BINGS”, and the other has an
anchor. I made it. Its for the smiles my girl always gives me. I like the nuance over the tie, kind of a
twist
on a tie clip.
4. APC jeans, self distressed and tailored. I have always thought APC were overrated, as the way
they MADE their jeans was terrible. No busted outseams, and some other non heritage construction.
HOWEVER, their fabrics were always fantastic. I spent many hours nuancing these from raw to heavily
worn, doing it all by hand, then I cropped and ran them in a little. I love creating my own wear on
denims, as as I work with so many brands and never have enough time to wear them in myself, its a
little escape to get lost in creating the wear by hand, thinking then of how to do it industrially.
5. A blue Blood Belt. Made in Holland. Who would have known the leather work from Holland could
have been so good. Its incredibly robust and beautiful Italian bridlery leather. I wan’t even aware
they had horses there until I got these made!
6. A pair of Paul Smith suede boots. I live in these in winter. I wanted to wear them in so much,
that I wore them at my bucks party in the desert as we raced quads over dunes. Blazing, over
100 degrees, denim cutoffs and these, it did break them further in though. I treat them with loving
abuse. Paul Smith makes some eclectic and beautiful quality footwear, but I tend to like his classic
takes on more vintage styes.

Q: Style influences?
A: Those that get the mix right, fearless folk of wardrobe as part persona. Art, design and many things
that my eyes wide open are intrigued by.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: Mostly from brands that I work with, designs of my own. I believe in the work I create, and love
to champion it (as I have a vision for the designs I think I know how it should be worn). Otherwise I
love fashion, so between vintage flea market and great boutiques of the world, and anything I find in
between that is a new little flavour worth finding.

 

Henry Wolfe
Musician (Henry Wolfe)

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: Thrift store clothes and my roommate’s hat (vintage).

Q: Style influences?
A: The Big Lebowski.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: Thrift stores outside LA. Ventura has some good ones.

 

Peter Klein
Set Designer (Frank Reps)

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: (on the left):
Oasis tank, Levi’s 501, my grandfathers leopard slippers.
(on the right):
APC leather jacket, Alexander Yamaguci henly, Acne jeans, Polo Ralph Lauren boots.

Q: Style influences?
A: Bryan Ferry.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: Consignment stores.

 

Ryan Kuhlman
Director

Q: What are you wearing?
A: Shirt own design, Helmut Lang pants, Ferragamo shoes, vintage belt.

Q: Style influences?
A: George Plimpton, George Jetson, George Hamilton.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: Ron and Russell Mael (Sparks)’s yard sales.

 

Craig Wedren
Film music composer, songwriter, singer

Q: Which designers make what you’re wearing?
A: (on the left):
trench: Marc Jacobs, tee:  American Apparel, jeans: APC, boots: thrift store
(on the right):
cape: custom made by C.J Arabia, tee:  American Apparel, jeans: APC, moccasins: Beatrice Valenzuela

Q: Style influences?
A: No one person or thing comes to mind, but I know it when I see/feel it.

Q: Where do you get your clothes?
A: I like APC for basics and classics, but beyond that I just wander and nab what catches my eye or
makes me grin in that particular way.

 

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Illustration for Henry Wolfe.

 

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Radian
2-color screenprint on maple wood veneer
31.5″x7.75″
2003

 

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Logo for DJ Kilmore. Sticker printed by A & K Labels in Atwater Village.

 

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