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Fine Whittlin’.

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…alternative emotion to the standard kitchen knives you see every day. The focus is drawn to the high polished blade, while the rest of the knife’s Maple wood body sits…

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Face Placements.

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…perception of celebrity. Back in the day, the individuals that fought for our country were the celebrities, now we worship actors and technological wizards–then again, that could all be pretentious…

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No Laughing Matter.

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Friday isn’t exactly here yet and you’re probably as pissed as a baby’s pamper–but fret not, we found some hilarious illustrations from Joan Cornellà that are bound to make your…

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The Science of Grafology.

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…York of the 1980s and the talent that persists to this day.” – Gallery 151. NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine. NaShish Scott/Quiet Lunch Magazine. Curated by Miz Metro, the reception saw…

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Under a Tree of Hearts.

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Valentine’s Day is tomorrow, and The Face’s own Brittany Mason is giving love back to her fans through her Tree of Hearts. Simply “Like” Mason’s Facebook Fan Page and you…

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Getting Some Disclosure.

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Disclosure just released visuals for their single, “White Noise”. Featuring AlunaGeorge, the video follows man through what must be the most fun day one could have without spending a dime….

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Mother of God. | Philomena.

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…as the present day intercuts with overripe flashbacks to a scrappy young Philomena watching helplessly as her child drives off with an American family. Icy nuns in bleak interiors with…

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Out of Sight.

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…a pining for wide and panoramic natural spaces. Invisible is very quiet, very still. The colors are polished by the sun at an unreal time of the day, a manufactured…

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Yahnking Their Chain.

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…a wrecking ball–to the pillars of modern day iconography. His work is painfully aware; as the issues that he addresses in his pieces range from Putin’s invasion of Crimea to…

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Time to SHINE.

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…goal for the day. SHINE can be worn anywhere on your body. It can even be worn in a convenient watch form, much like the Nike+ FuelBand. Courtesy of Mistfit….

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The Winner.

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We took a look at some recent personal work by Davi Caramel. The multifaceted artist is well known for his awesome commercial work, but like most day/night artists, his personal…

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Surreal Surf.

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…surrealistic talents shine bright in these latest pieces, featuring lush details and underlying personal themes. The Time Has Come. | Joel Rea. Forces. | Joel Rea. A New Day. |…

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For Ema, Still…

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It’s been close to a year since Maria Herreros dedicated this quaint handmade zine to her favorite gallerist, Ema, but the gesture still radiates to this very day. Don’t get…

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Making Up Marilyn.

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…Black. The Last Sitting is known for being Monroe’s last shoot. Shot by Burt Stern, the three day photoshoot yielded more than 2,500 shots. After Stern gave Monroe the contact…

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Love is Daft.

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V-Day is just around the corner and despite the pungent waft of love and affection, there are still a substantial amount of love starved curmudgeons who could care less about…

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Ventiko. | The Bloopers.

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We had a grand time filming with Ventiko in her Brooklyn studio/apartment. Friend of Quiet Lunch, Leah Mersky, was on hand styling that day and our videographer, Kareem Gonsalves, captured…

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Pretty Radi(c)al.

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…Clock comes in two colorways, grey and rainbow. Throughout the day the planes change appearance as they pick up the light, shadows and highlights. Get it → HERE. ← Courtesy…

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Revisiting the RE-BLOG.

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…photography they wish to present to the public.” SIGNAL is located at: 260 Johnson Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206. The Gallery is open Saturday and Sunday, 1 – 6 p.m.  …

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Mercy Mercy Me.

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TV On The Radio, the kingly art rock band of the past decade returns with a sudden single, “Mercy.” It kicks in right away. No hesitation. Vocalist Tunde Adebimpe is…

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More From a Secret Life.

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…eye drops, Lara Croft dressing down after long day of spelunking–but the new line up somewhat blurs the whole hero concept. Some fresh faces include Mario, Silver Surfer, and the

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Francine Lucas.

Francine Lucas: (n.) executive event coordinator; cynic by day, optimist by night. Francine Lucas is a music lover, beer enthusiast, hermit, and occasionally a ray of sunshine. Born and raised…

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Everyday Emmanuelle.

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…subconscious. This influence results in a body of work that features an unique focus on iconography, typography, and portraiture. Challenging herself to draw a new illustration each day on her…

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Sam Spratt. | American Royalty.

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America’s most beloved painter, Norman Rockwell, graced the front pages of The Saturday Evening Post for many years with cherubic, early 20th-century images of everyday life. As our country churned…

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Idelwood the Grey.

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…and reinforced with full leather trims–making for a tough, but lightweight, day pack. Get it → HERE! ← Courtesy of Penfield. Courtesy of Penfield. Courtesy of Penfield. Courtesy of Penfield….