Helvetica, perhaps the most ubiquitous typeface in human history, was created as a completely neutral expression of the Modernist movement. In that spirit, we present Helvetica The Perfume, a scent distilled down to only the purest and most essential elements. Offered boxed, in a numbered edition of 3000 pieces. 24K gold printing on bottle. Contains two ounces of distilled water.
He said yes. She said no. In between was nothingness.
For those who dare to be the same.
The 250 year history of Baccarat in a gorgeous photo-dense coffee table book (published by Rizzoli) was launched last night at a big party at the newly opened Baccarat Madison Ave shop where co-author Murray Moss signed books for the leopard coat wearing masses. In case you were unable to get past the Baccarat Bouncers last night and are devastated you missed out, you’re in luck. You can still get one of the Special Boxed Edition complete with dramatic and personal Moss signature by clicking on any of the champagne glasses in the photo. You’ll be swept away to mossPOP where you can plunk down your plastic and be made a happier person.
And we couldn’t agree more. Click on the row of tiny chairs to read the full article.
This is the cover. Damian Skinner is the editor. Published with the AJF, which stands for the Art Jewelry Forum. As if you didn’t already know that. Click the book for more info and to reserve a space.
Great piece in W online today about the “reinvented” retail at Philip Johnson’s Glass House.
Who knew there was a rather great train station in Poughkeepsie? Also, who knew Stone Ridge was a 45 minute drive from that station? And who knew a Barnyard Picnic would end up actually being inside the barn because of the weather? There’s so much one learns when one leaves Manhattan. Click on the flag to go shopping at mossPop for items that will make your picnic a delight, no matter whose barn you’re in.
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Carlos Danger just seemed, oh I don’t know, weird and kind of extremely creepy. And really, he’s just such a bad designer. It’s true we did also consider George Alexander Louis which is certainly catchy and so easy to remember, but no, at the end of the day we all voted, and it just had to be mossPOP. That’s our name and we’re sticking to it.
Once again the Atlantic reports on MM’s talk at Aspen, this time picking up on his plea for a Cabinet post for Culture–someone to advocate for design. Click the pic for the full post.