Today I had planned on writing about Brent Green's "Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then" which just finished a two-night stint at The Kitchen.
Last night was the second time I've seen it. This one with live accompaniment.
I figured I'd be able to pull together something cogent after having already screened it once. No, it's still a little raw. Maybe it's for the best. Maybe there are no words to do it justice.
And then, I had planned on a tribute to Fashion Week for Sunday by showcasing some Covarrubius drawings.
I can't find the book, though.
I did find this uncredited illustration in another book. I like it.
The designers are credited as is the magazine in which it originally appear.
L to R: Molyneux, Beer, Doucet, Jenny, Doucet, Beer, Molyneux, Beer, Molyneux from "Art-Gout-Beaute" 1921
And I had always planned on sharing our pencil sharpener. A gift many years from Kate Hambrecht.
It was being discarded when she worked at Cosmopolitan Magazine.
We are certain that models used it to sharpen their pencils.