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September 14, 2012

Colagens.

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Share This.Pedro Varela‘s Colagens is an even-flowing work that bleeds incessantly across the walls.

Doodling a New Daye.

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Share This.Quiet Lunch had the distinct pleasure of interviewing filmmaker Michael Daye, who has recently gained notoriety for his remixed portraits of famous authors. What started out as “a project between projects,” became “an exercise in exploring a different medium,” as Michael told us. Speaking about the “Doodling on Famous Writers” series Daye says, “By ‘defacing’ portraits of these esteemed writers (which I sourced from a box of postcards), I Read More

New York’s Week in Fashion: Jason Wu x Antonio Azzuolo x Chadwick Bell.

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Share This.Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week has once again landed in New York covering the streets with models, designers, press, and fashion maniacs. Designers are showcasing their Spring 2012 ready- to- wear collections after months of preparation. Here at Quiet Lunch we’ll be sharing our favorite collections from this season from well known designers like Alexander Wang, Marc Jacobs, Philip Lim and lesser- known names such as Honor, Duro Olowu, and Chadwick Read More

Taking Ctrl-Alt-Delete of Your Life.

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Share This.The average human being can spend up to nine hours day on the computer and now, with the introduction of the Ctrl-Alt-Delete cup set, you can spend even more time attached to your comp. “Until now, there wasn’t a clever way to combine both kinds of refreshment with style. Now you can enjoy your personal mental refresh using a coffee-cup set made to look like the keys you use Read More