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August 2012

Welcome, Nomi!

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Share This.Say hello to our modest photographic genius, Nomi Ellenson. A California native turned Gotham shutterbug, Ellenson has a warm spirit and soft demeanor that pleasantly translates through her brilliant photography. Lending her talents to the likes of Inked Girls Magazine, the Liam McMullan Company and the Huffington Post, Quiet Lunch is more than fortunate to have her on board. You can read more on Nomi and see more of Read More

Art Rejex.

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Share This.Brooklyn rapper Joey Bada$$ is feeding the masses another brilliant serving of well done tunes. The material isn’t exactly new but it is certainly new to us. Titled Rejex, the project consist of songs that didn’t make the cut for the epic 1999. “1999 Rejex is a compilation of tracks that didn’t make it to my debut mixtape 1999(obviously). I decided to put this project together because I have a lot of Read More

C.R.E.A.M. Team.

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Share This.Summer is showing its wrinkles and will soon be the summer of old but Luke Stephenson gives a series that invokes a strong sense of premature nostalgia. The UK based photographer has captured a gang of ice cream trucks that spend their summers pitching 99 Flakes.

#AwesomeMug.

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Share This. The trending topic of our life right now, this über cool tweet mug. Complete with a nifty hashtag handle, this mug is microwave safe but the bird on the front DOES NOT go well with the dishwasher. Nonetheless, handing washing is a small price to pay for this cool mug.

Necessary Naysayers.

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Share This.“If you have no critics you’ll likely have no success.” – Malcolm X.

Concords’ Cause.

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Share This.Flight Of The Concords are making us guffaw for a cause with their latest video for “Feel Inside (And Stuff Like That)”. In an effort to raise money for the children’s charity Cure Kids, the duo employed some of New Zealand’s bright young mind to help them write the lyrics for the song. The process is hilarious and creates some funny moments that immediately remind you of Kids Say the Darndest Things. The video Read More

Supra x Wayne.

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Share This.Lil’ Wayne unveiled his new footwear collection Spectre, by SUPRA, at Project in Las Vegas last Monday. The SUPRA booth was swarmed with fans trying to get a peek at Wayne and, of course, his new line of lifestyle footwear. Spectre will be launching worldwide on May 1, 2013.

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ August 27th, 2012. – September 2nd, 2012.

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Share This.This week’s cover features the artwork of Michelle Ramin. We’re catching up with Ramin for this week’s issue in hopes of finding out why she’s so obsessed  with balaclavas.  The issue also see a few words from artists Ben Giles! Plus, we take you inside HBO’s New York International Latino Film Festival with our very own SiouxZie Q. and we get a look from this weekend’s Afropunk Festival! Unflinchingly Yours, Read More

Cracked Up to Be.

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Share This.“Doris Salcedo’s Shibboleth is the first work to intervene directly in the fabric of the Turbine Hall. Rather than fill this iconic space with a conventional sculpture or installation, Salcedo has created a subterranean chasm that stretches the length of the Turbine Hall. The concrete walls of the crevice are ruptured by a steel mesh fence, creating a tension between these elements that resist yet depend on one another. By making Read More

Getting Free.

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Share This.We’ve featured a number of collage artists as of late but none are more unique than Sienna Freeman. The Philly based artist doesn’t exactly stick out like a sore thumb but possesses an elegant macabre that surely sets her apart from her peers. Freeman’s work is unshackled. It does what it wants, when it wants. But despite its untamed nature, her work isn’t an act of rebellion. The freedom Read More