I don’t know how well it rides, but aesthetically speaking, this plywood bike is super sexy. File under BILF.

Digging around on an archive drive, I found this old test photo that I shot from the window of my Manhattan studio circa 1999 - 35mm Kodak infrared color film cross-processed.

After several years spent working long hours in the advertising industry, Mat Driscoll scratched an itch and followed his curiosity to learn to hand-craft wooden furniture. He moved to a small town in Maine and learned under master furniture makers. Shortly after, he returned to NYC where he opened up his own studio, Bellboy in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. He’s now making some of the most beautiful furniture I’ve laid eyes upon. More on his story on the Working Not Working: Free Range Blog.

Celia Rowlson-Hall is a filmmaker, dancer, and choreographer. There’s a great sense of whimsy to her work that reminds me of all that I love about Miranda July’s projects. My favorite piece of hers thus far is a short performance film that pokes some fun at the absurdities of The Audition process. I hope to one day collaborate with her.