A few months ago I worked on a story with Anthology Magazine, which is... wait for it... a printed, tangible publication! I've admired this magazine since its release in 2010... and their slogan? Print is not dead!
The issue just arrived in the mail and it's such a treat to flip through and see my work printed, which is definitely a rare things these days.
In this story shot by photographer Susie Cushner, I styled a West Village apartment owned by Shayna Kulik and Justin Kalifowitz. You may remember seeing Shayna and Justin's former 19th-century paper mill turned pickle factory turned co-op on Design Sponge.
This couple gut-renovated and filled their brick-walled, old-world charmer with personal details like a red ceiling in the kitchen, tons and tons of original art and custom built furniture.
As this was Anthology's music issue, appropriately named "Rhythm and Hues," we dabbled in music elements like the home owner's ipod, a favorite CD (remember those?), some flash drives (a modern touch!) and books relating to musical artists.
If you don't already have a subscription, you may pick up a copy at Anthropologie stores and other locations around the US and also internationally.
Watch a Trailor for Issue 9, " Rhythem & Hues"