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After more than 20 years of working in styling and creative direction for fashion and commercial clients, Toronto-based Kenneth Koon moved behind the camera in 2008. He has since established himself as an in-demand photographer with a distinctive vision—one that most often finds its expression through his ongoing exploration of the male body. Drawn from the communities of Canadian and American cities, the men that he shoots reflect a mixture of confidence and passion, strength and sensuality, captured in bold images whose technical assurance and dark beauty provide the foundation for their power.

Born in Oakland, California, Benjamin Patterson attended Bishop O’ Dowd High School. He was a 4-year swimmer and played drums in the school band each year. Patterson went on to attend San Diego State University where he was a psychology major. He moved from San Diego to L.A. after winning Male Model Of the Year at I.M.T.A. 2000 (in LA). In 2004, Patterson found himself busy, landing many small theatrical roles. He also landed acting roles in numerous television series and movies such as “Something New,” “Beauty Shop,” “Eve,” and “Days of Our Lives.” He began acting on the LOGO series, “Noah’s Arc” in June of 2005. He began his career as a photographer around 2006, shooting mostly other actor and model friends.

His work has been seen in solo exhibitions in Ottawa and Montreal and group shows in New York City and Toronto. He is currently working on a solo exhibit in Chicago. His work and creative process is the subject of Through the Lens of inkedkenny, a 2012 documentary short by German directors Denize Galiao and Marie Elisa Scheidt. Produced in partnership with the Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München and Canada’s L’institut national de l’image et du son, the film has been widely showcased on the European festival circuit.

PHIL LIMPRASERTWONG Philllcom Phil Limprasertwong is a Los Angeles based fashion photographer specializing in men's fashion, editorial, portrait, commercial & lifestyle photography. His passion began with drawing at an early age but later transitioned to photography when he took his first course in college. He graduated from California State University, Northridge in 2015 and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art with an emphasis in Photography. Shortly after he was blessed with the opportunity to intern for celebrity fashion photographer, Irvin Rivera aka Graphicsmetropolis, who he is currently working for as First Assistant. Fashion has always been a big influence in his life since he was young so it was only convenient that he fell in love with photography later on. Fashion photography is something that he has always enjoyed because of the endless possibilities of creativity it presents.

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Since then, Patterson has been featured in numerous commercials for Gap, Ford, Marshall’s, Pepsi, and Macy’s. He is also currently a recurring role on the hit series “Greys Anatomy”. Having always had a love for music, Patterson also taught himself guitar, bass, and piano and started composing music for his solo project. He independently released his first three projects “Affordable Vacation” and “Psychology” & “Hollywood Summertime” online under his band name “SAPPHIRE SKY”.


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This latest edition of Satellite Magazine, Issue XLXIII, is filled with men's style and sleek and stunning designs from around the world. We have 5 photographers who photographed some stunning men that are gracing our covers of this issue. Photographer Inked Kenny, Antonio Guzzardo, Phil Limprasertwong, Benjamin Patterson, and Andrew Werner shot some of the sexiest men in the hottest fashion. Not only are our models attractive, but also our featured musical artist. Rose Cefalu takes you on an upclose and personal trip through Baja. We hope you enjoy the issue as much as we did putting it together. William Montalvo Editor-In-Chief

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Hailed by Billboard as “multi-talented” and described by Wonderland Magazine “one to watch out for”, the Brixton based indie-pop wizard Sam Frankl is pleased to announce details of a brand new emotive, groove-laden track ‘Patina’ due this January. Frankl details the track: “The song is about a couple after a break up. The girl is asking, quasi masochistically, about the boy's new relationship. I don't know if you relate but it's about that odd desire to self-harm emotionally rather than succumb to complete indifference; as though to suffer at someone's hand is preferable to being dismissed by it completely.” Written in Palomino, Columbia during his travels across South America in 2017. Frankl spent his time collecting scraps of songs and lyrics. ‘Patina’, the thin layer or covering that forms on various metals due to oxidisation, became an idea for the song where “the girl is trying to scrape off a top surface to reach some more extreme emotion beneath in the boy”. ‘Patina’ is a breathtakingly soulful record that sees Frankl effortlessly drawing on electronic, soul and modern South American pop influences, resulting in a truly immersive soundscape that juxtapose themes of hope and love over melodic, samba styled rhythms.

An accomplished poet and writer, Frankl’s previous single ‘Gold Rush’ was a poignant social commentary on local housing issues taking the Heygate Estate in Elephant & Castle, a 5 minute walk from his flat, as the basis of it’s inspiration. Clash Magazine described it as “a salute to the solidarity that exists between working people of all cultures and communities in South London”. instagram.com/samfrankl/ p .

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He goes on to add: “Towards the end of the trip we found a house overlooking the coast on the Palomino river and stayed there for ten days to allow us to catch our breath and for me to finish what I'd been working on. I wrote the song as a samba but always had a clear idea of incorporating more modern dance music elements into the syncopation of the track. The percussive stabs that feature so prominently in the chorus are actually (among other things) layers of the nylon string guitar on which the song was written. I wanted the production to retain something of the provenance of the song even as it became slicker and more contemporary. The original finger pattern even appears, quite briefly, in the first pre-chorus; sort of a fragile tendril attaching the song to its beginnings, I can't hear it without thinking of that house on the river by the coast.”

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ARTIST SPRAY PAINT Beyond The Streets

Beyond The Streets, the definitive showcase of graffiti and street art, announces a partnership with the esteemed Montana Colors as the spray paint partner for the show. To celebrate the partnership and commitment to graffiti and street art culture, Montana Colors is unveiling a series of artist spray paint cans from Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring and André Saraiva.

Montana Colors are releasing two cans featuring notable Basquiat works where spray paint was used as one of the mediums. Keith Haring is honored with four unique cans, black and red colors available now. One can, in the André Saraiva’s signature pink color, featuring his iconic “Mr A” face, and a message to his fans: THIS IS NOT A SPRAY CAN THIS IS THE TOOL OF OUR FREEDOM! BeyondTheStreets.com p .

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The cans are available for purchase starting May 3 at the BEYOND THE STREETS exhibition gift shop and website, for $39.99 each, along with other locations. Montana Colors is supplying spray paint used by artists for murals and installations in the show, but Montana Colors wanted to go one step further and find a way to honor some of the art form’s best from past and present. So they partnered with iconic French graffiti artist André to develop a unique design and pick a color, André’s signature pink seen on walls worldwide. For Basquiat and Haring, partnership done in collaboration with Artestar, which represents high-profile artists, photographers, designers, and creatives.

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DERBY SHOES Acne Studios

Designed with oversized gold eyelets, contrasting tongues and centre toe seams, Acne Studios' suede-panelled Derbies look like the cooler cousin of vintage bowling shoes. They've been made in Italy from leather and have durable rubber-lug soles for reliable grip. We like the logo-print laces, but they come with a black pair if you prefer a more streamlined look. AcneStudios.com p .

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Acne Studios (Ambition to Create Novel Expressions) was founded in 1997 by Mr Jonny Johansson. The label recently refreshed its denim line, 'BlĂĽ Konst' - blue art in Swedish focusing on rich washes, updated branding and premium rivets and buttons.

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ARRESTED MOVEMENT Anthony Patrick Manieri

Arrested Movement is an inclusive portrait series and awareness initiative celebrating and promoting positive body image for men by Anthony Patrick Manieri. In recent years, the push to include the issue of body positivity awareness into the mainstream conversation has been acknowledged in the media as a woman’s issue; Manieri believes that it is a human issue. We as a society are bombarded from an early age with what is considered to be beautiful and acceptable through our environment, television, movies, advertising and the dominant juggernaut of social media via our computers and smartphones. All causing negative affects on our self-esteem. Body image is related to self-esteem. “Body image and self-esteem directly influence each other - and your feelings, thoughts, and behaviours. If you don’t like your body (or part of your body), it’s hard to feel good about your whole self. The reverse is also true: if you don’t value yourself, it’s hard to notice the good things and give your body the respect it deserves.” - Canadian Mental Health Association, BC Division What started out as a single photo session consisting of 10-12 men to be showcased in a gallery exhibit, quickly and organically morphed into this movement through social media, which now is allowing Manieri to meet and photograph men in different cities. He listens to their stories and personal struggles that they share, and he reminds them that we’re all the same. This inclusive series focuses on men of all races, from thin to large, Little People to super tall, men with physical disabilities, transgender men, as well as twospirited men. All are welcome. All are beautiful.

Anthony Patrick Manieri is a professional photographer and art director based in Toronto, Canada. He specializes in stylized portraiture and food photography. Anthony’s work has appeared in print and online, including Martha Stewart Weddings, Maclean’s Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, Hello! Magazine, Weddingbells, BRIDES, and Dauphine Magazine. Clients range from The Art Gallery of Ontario to Second Cup Canada. Arrested Movement has garnered coverage in online publications such as Italian Vogue, Gay Star News, Fstoppers, BARNAB Paris, HORNET, MAINLY MALE and The Point. ArrestedMovement.com p .

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Anthony hopes that the end result of this project would someway help to shine light on the fact that men, especially men in the LGBTQ community, suffer from body issues and self-acceptance just as much as women, and that men should be included in the narrative; creating a dialogue about loving and accepting ourselves, and help to create a ripple effect in the social consciousness. This ongoing photo series will result in a touring gallery show partnered with a book.

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SOLO Prismo

Having been ensconced in the studio working on his debut album due in 2019, emerging Texan electronic producer Prismo (Zach Burgett) is pleased to announce details of a brand new track ‘Solo' due this summer and forming the first step in a series of new songs set for release throughout the remainder of the year. Zach details the track: “Solo is about freeing myself from unhealthy relationships. A couple years ago I decided that I was done being mistreated by negative and abusive people. In this song I take back control and leave behind those that took advantage of me. "I'm ridin' solo" doesn't mean I want to be alone; it means I want to do what's best for my future. The chorus is basically a battle cry for self-love and self-awareness. After I started looking out for more of my best interests, I narrowed down the real from the fake, and strengthened relationships that were good for me. I hope my fans can connect with this message and remember not only to look out for yourself, but also surround yourself with real people that look out for you.”

In recent time his eclectic sound and resonating top line vocals have captivated hearts across the globe. Most notably his releases with YouTube juggernaut No Copyright Sounds and his self-released covers of “Heathens”, “Too Close” and “Careless Whisper”; among the rest of his catalogue have combined for over 100 million streams across all platforms. The future is bright for this young talent of only 21 years. Keep watch as he continues to push boundaries.

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Prismo has explored vast grounds in the dance music terrain and is one of dance music’s most dynamic talents recognized for his emotional vocal presence, song-writing ability and production prowess. Fuelled by his roots in alternative rock, hip-hop and pop music - Burgett has delivered an eclectic catalogue for his fans. His releases have garnered support from tastemakers such as Indie Shuffle, Earmilk, Impose Magazine, ThisSongIsSick and more.

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EXPERIMENT IN FLESH TONE Douglas Coupland

Douglas Coupland’s work examines themes of technological advancement and the effect that this progress has on our environment – both literally and metaphorically. Coupland probes advancement of new technologies by questioning what it means to be existent at this very time; to be living through highly accelerated technological advances, throwaway culture, and mass environmental negligence. All these things make up what Coupland terms the "21st-century condition," something he investigates through the incorporation of readymade consumer objects and digital applications into his work.

Coupland’s work has been displayed in solo exhibitions internationally at galleries including the Saint Petersburg Manege, Villa Stuck in Munich, Daniel Faria Gallery in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum & Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art in Toronto, Or Gallery in Berlin, and Gallery Speak For in Tokyo. In addition to his solo shows, he has contributed numerous works to group exhibitions at the Audain Art Centre in Vancouver, Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montréal, Whitechapel Gallery in London, La Musee d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, The 6th Beijing International Art Biennale, OCA Museum in Sao Paulo, and Mass Moca in Massachusetts along with many others. Coupland has been honored with a variety of awards such as the Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres in 2015 and honorary degree’s from OCAD University in 2013, University of British Columbia in 2010, Simon Fraser University in 2007, and Emily Carr University of Art and Design in 2001. bill@thecoolhunter.net p .

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Canadian artist, novelist, and cultural theorist Douglas Coupland employs a variety of different materials within his post-medium practice to reflect on the changing cultural landscape. Coupland is highly critical of what he calls “the early 21st century condition,” addressing issues of identity, technology, and pop culture. While alluding to the graphic imagery of artists such as Roy Lichtenstein, Piet Mondrian, Andy Warhol, and James Rosenquist, Coupland often uses repetition and patterns as well as everyday materials and objects. He couples the tradition of painting with current technologies, exemplified in his use of QR code within a painting. When observed the piece is both visually stimulating to the viewer and interactive with a smartphone. Coupland’s work, while simple in composition, prompts chaos within the mind of the viewer as he suggests the convergence of world culture and loss of identity due to new media and the internet. Working as a thesis for his work is his statement, Twelve Slogans for the Early TwentyFirst Century, which reads, “It’s Okay to want to stop being an individual,” “The Internet allows you to dream while you’re still awake,” and “A fully linked world no longer needs a MIDDLE CLASS.” These statements along with his use of pop-art depict modernisation and a distillment of identity. Coupland’s work includes practices of painting, installation, photography, quilting, and printing to ultimately probe the way that things, images, and processes of contemporary life affect our reality.

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OSTRICHPILLOW LOOP Studio Banana

Snooze on your morning commute, dream away a red-eye flight, or meditate at your desk with this innovative eye pillow. It’s thoughtfully designed to tackle a number of ordinary eye mask problems: It offers true blackout coverage thanks to its micro-bead filling that contours to your face; The double wraparound design lets you use headphones while wearing it; And the dark teal design can be worn as a stylish scarf when not in use. It adjusts to any head size, has a Velcro closure, and rolls up neatly to stow in your luggage.

Super versatile - Whether you want to disconnect and have a power nap, focus on a yoga or mindfulness session, or simply have a moment to yourself whilst travelling, the exceptionally portable LOOP is ideal, especially when combined with your headphones. Clever design - The unique design has transformed the traditional eye mask into a eye pillow that hugs your head, giving that you that cocoon feeling to help you relax a have a moment to yourself. The velcro fasteners allow for a wide range of head sizes to use the LOOP. OstrichPillow.com p .

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OstrichPillow Loop is the revolutionary eye pillow, designed to be a stylish and portable way to disconnect and have a moment for yourself. Whether you're commuting, at work, or even at home, the blackout sensation helps you take a dreamily comfortable mini break anywhere at the blink of an eye.

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POP CULTURE DYSTOPIA By Filip Hodas Impressed by his daily designs, we interviewed Filip Hodas, a 23-year-old DJ and graphic designer from Prague, on the way that he uses social media, the recent shift in his work, and how younger people can make waves in the digital world while still remaining independent. Not only were we able to inspect his mind-boggling landscapes and sceneries, but we also took a peek into his point of view regarding marketing and brands. You have started impressing the digital world with renderings of futuristic hyper-real landscapes and gathered quite a lot of followers with your daily posts on Facebook. Was this a natural thing – posting daily content – for you or did you use this to attract followers intentionally? I started doing this to get better at 3D and this is still my main goal. Don’t get me wrong, it’s amazing that my images are popular and I absolutely love all the support they get on my social network channels, but I always try to focus on the work itself, rather than its impact on social networks. Often it’s quite hard to not get discouraged when some different look/style doesn’t get much response, but if I like it and feel like it can lead to something cool or it is a good exercise, then I’ll just do a series. Even if the response is really bad. How much control do you hold over where you are featured? And how do you decide what kind of press coverage you’d like to have? Do you actively reach out to them or do they usually come to you? Honestly, I don’t think it’s possible to have much control over these things nowadays. Blogs, magazines, and various pages are sharing, featuring, re-posting stuff every second and only the bigger magazines ask you/inform you about it. I’ve never reached out to anyone and I don’t think I ever will – I’ve always felt that sending my stuff somewhere and asking to be featured, included in interviews, etc. is a kind of “pushy” self-promotion that everyone on the Internet does now and I honestly hate it. I believe that if you work hard enough, sooner or later, people will notice you.

What changes have you noticed recently in the graphic design space? When it comes to 3D graphics, I haven’t noticed any major changes in the last few months. I mostly check out work from people I follow on social networks and the majority of them have quite specific styles, so there aren’t any drastic changes in what I see around me. Software-wise, I am really looking forward to the release of the new version of Octane Render, which will bring several huge improvements to my workflow and will definitely push GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) rendering to a whole new level. Behance.net/Filiphds p .

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What are the options for young artists like you? It is necessary to use Behance and social media (Facebook, Instagram) to be successful? Social networks offer amazing possibilities, especially for freelancers. All of my clients from the past 5-6 months found me via social networks. Of course, people can get immensely successful without ever touching any social networks, but that is going to be harder and harder to “pull off”.

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HANRO Elixer of Summer - Beverly Hills Opening All of existence consists of the four basic elements of fire, water, air, and earth. These are the elixirs of life. Each element is associated with a specific color and embodies certain characteristics. This has inspired the Spring/Summer 2019 campaign by HANRO. Natural, pure, clear, and as durable as the Earth itself - adding in the lightness of air teamed with innovation and modernity. However, HANRO also burns like fire for self-confidence, passion, and a love of detail. In addition, the soft, flowing, and exquisite fabrics call to mind the element of water. The three release dates of the menswear collection combine these four elements in a cohesive color concept – from burnt, earthy red tones and blues reminiscent of the air and water, to the sandy beige shades of the hot Sahara desert. Rocks, fresh wind, the warmth of the sun and the Iberian sea – In Jávea, a port town near Valencia in the north of the Costa Blanca, these four elements come together. Here, the new Spring/Summer Collection 2019 is presented, with light fabrics, clever forms, minimalistic prints, and various materials. The collection is multifaceted, versatile, and multifunctional, so all your favorite elements across every category can be individually combined with each other. HANRO stands for a modern relaxed look and casual chic with high wearing comfort. Whether at home, in the city, in the office, or out at a bar in the evenings. Chic with comfort - The light fabrics and ingenious cuts of the Spring/Summer Collection 2019 from HANRO become real summer highlights with their stripes, ornaments, and minimalistic prints. The colors range from burnt red and fresh, summery tones such as green and Atlantic blue, to yellows and neutral sandy shades with rosé accents. Living - A casual mood and the desire for more comfort influence today’s menswear style. So HANRO has focused on wellbeing for the Living Collection. The trend is chic and casual with comfort: The Living Collection includes not only the perfect leisure apparel but also fashionable companions for everyday wear. This results in smart looks that offer an alternative to formal outfits – styles for lounging, for strolling around town, or as a casual business look. Teamed with timeless design by HANRO, these series can be combined for a variety of occasions thanks to modern mix & match. Hanro.com

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On October 4. 2018, Hanro, the luxury lingerie brand celebrated it’s new Beverly Hills location. The second shop in the United States for the Swiss based brand, the grand opening was a collaborative benefit with One World One Ocean a multi-platform campaign using the power of film, television and new media to inspire, educate and connect millions of people worldwide in a common purpose to protect and restore the health of the ocean. Celebrities who attended include Jared Harris (The Crown/The Terror) with his wife Allegra Riggio, Kelly Rutherford (Gossip Girl), Sarah Armstrong (The Royals), Jenni Pulos (Flipping Out), Edy Ganem (El Tonto) and Lady Victoria Hervey (British Aristocracy & TV personality) along with Hanro President Jan Snodgrass and store manager Debra Rogers. The event was sponsored by wine company by Good Luck Have Fun.

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On October 4. 2018, Hanro, the luxury lingerie brand celebrated it’s new Beverly Hills location. The second shop in the United States for the Swiss based brand, the grand opening was a collaborative benefit with One World One Ocean a multi-platform campaign using the power of film, television and new media to inspire, educate and connect millions of people worldwide in a common purpose to protect and restore the health of the ocean. Celebrities who attended include Jared Harris (The Crown/The Terror) with his wife Allegra Riggio, Kelly Rutherford (Gossip Girl), Sarah Armstrong (The Royals), Jenni Pulos (Flipping Out), Edy Ganem (El Tonto) and Lady Victoria Hervey (British Aristocracy & TV personality) along with Hanro President Jan Snodgrass and store manager Debra Rogers. The event was sponsored by wine company by Good Luck Have Fun.


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Daniel Fahlstrรถm is a Swedish artist who goes by the name Huge. He makes hyperrealistic mylar balloon art that will trick your eye into thinking you can reach out and grab them. We spoke with Fahlstrรถm about his work and how he is able to make the balloons in his murals look so real. You can see more of his work on his Instagram and YouTube pages. Huge: I'm based in Stockholm, Sweden. And I've been painting graffiti since '87. Nowadays I paint photorealistic mylar balloons style. I was having an exhibition in Stockholm and I came up with the idea, why don't I change the traditional graffiti letters into balloons. I take real balloons to the place where the wall is. And I put them up and take some photos of them. I use photos as a reference. So the reflections you see in the balloons is mostly at the area where the wall is in the background. When I take the pictures, it's a reflection of me there, so there's no hiding. When I do walls I only use spray cans. I can paint some details with my fingers and stuff like that. And when I do smaller canvases and stuff like that, I sometimes use air brushes. The technique comes from a lot of practice I guess. I don't think about it that much, I just paint. Well, I think you have to focus on where you put the details in the paintings. You can trick your eye if you paint say the background more blurry, they stick out more and pop up. The wrinkles are extremely important to paint. I'm trying to do a lot of sculptures. So that includes the balloon style. So I try to make sculptures as balloons also. I really like the photorealistic style. I try to manage to make them as photorealistic as possible. I'm pretty fast when I work, so I can do a mural say about, four times five meters in maybe in two days. Something like that. Say eight hour days. Time flies when you're painting. Like you're in a bubble or something. I have my own firm where I do custom paint. Like painting motorcycles and helmets and tracks and stuff like that. So there's where I get most of my income. It's mostly commission work nowadays. I don't have any murals painted aboard yet, as one request from New York. And a lot from south of the states like Texas and Louisiana. Also Canada and Honduras and Australia. Well, I've seen a lot of reactions from people and the funniest one was when this old lady that wasn't wearing her glasses she was trying to go up and touch the balloons. And a lot of people do that. They go by and, "Well, I have to check that out." That's good if they think that's real balloons. That's my mission, to make them believe that. Hugeart.se Instagram.com/hugeart YouTube.com/channel/UCiBkV6jRmWBN4OgRCBbFqfQ


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Celebrity photographer and designer Don Flood launched his first collection of FLIEPAPER, art photography wallcoverings produced by Astek Wallcoverings, in late 2014, and followed that with the Palm Springs collection earlier this year. The designs have appeared in environments as varied as a high-end cafĂŠ in Santa Monica to a private elevator in a Redondo Beach luxury home. Now Flood is debuting his newest line, called BIGS, in Booth 2560 at ICFF beginning on May 14. Taking inspiration from the single-image wallcoverings of 1960s and 1970s interiors, Flood devised a proprietary process for shooting the subject in ultra high resolution and at very close range, then having them printed on a variety of wallcovering materials, including mylar. The results lend themselves to nearly any interior application, from residential living rooms, dining rooms and bedrooms to commercial environments such as restaurants, office lobbies, and hotel public areas. Among the images in the BIGS collection are amethysts, minerals, crystals, sea coral, abalone, roses, sunflowers and butterflies. "We are very excited by what Don has created in BIGS," said Aaron Kirsch, founder and CEO of Astek. "FLIEPAPER has proven popular with retail customers as well as interior designers, art directors and architects because of its innovative use of highly artistic, high resolution images of beautiful things combined with the practical applications allowed by the material itself. We love partnering with Don, and we think BIGS will prove highly successful with both the residential and commercial marketplace."

FLIEPAPER is a wallcovering collection from celebrity photographer Don Flood manufactured by Astek Wallcovering. Graphic and sophisticated, each FLIEPAPER design is a textural symphony of color and design with an emphasis on scale. Designs range from immense florals and bold textures to quirky, unexpected found objects. Flood's bold and novel use of photographic motifs makes for an exciting and inspired accent or feature to any space. FliePaper.com p .

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"When single image installations were in vogue some decades ago, the subject matter was usually a sunset or treescape, and the resolution was incredibly low," notes Flood. "Inspired by an interiors shot I came across from the late '60's, I began to experiment with various images at extremely high resolution. Given the printing technology and materials available to us today, BIGS became a reality very quickly. I am excited to debut BIGS at ICFF and show the marketplace how beautifully a high-resolution, single-image wallcovering transforms a space."

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Born out of meeting ceramists in Oaxaca working the black clay, Mezcalienne and The Shrouds are two series imagined in Mexico for Maison Marcoux Mexico. Mezcalienne is a collection playing with traditional shapes to propose original assemblages. The seven sculptural vases are closed by a round piece, coming from the cut of a traditional mezcal bottle. The Shrouds gathers two projects: Sombrero, a table defying balance and technique, and Penacho, a carafe inspired by the dances of San Bartolo.In partnership with Design Week Mexico, exhibition at the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico until October 28 2018. On the occasion of the 2018 Design Week Mexico, which also sees the city crowned as World Design Capital, maison marcoux mexico will unveil the first prototypes of an upcoming collection by French designer Constance Guisset, alongside Mexican designer Adan Carabes. they will be the fruit of their collaboration with Mexican artisans from the Oaxaca and Puebla region, led by Sylvain under maison marcoux mexico banner. MaisonMarcoux.com.mx


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BAJA Travel Diary By Rose Cefalu

A weekend in Cabo used to mean shots of tequila and buying blankets on the beach but todays Southern Baja California is chock full of luxury resorts, unique experiences, and a burgeoning art scene in picturesque village of Todos Santos. I could spend a month exploring this awesome landscape of ocean meets desert. Follow us for a week as we explore the coolest things happening. DAY 1 SAN JOSE DEL CABO

We hopped in our car with little hassle and drove to a farm in the foothills of San Jose del Cabo, Acre, a oasis of a resort I happened upon on Instagram they have a beautifully curated IG that makes you want to go deeper and go there. Upon arriving you are on a path through a lush tropical sanctuary to the beautiful distinctive architectural entrance. Ivan a very cool concierge with a handlebar mustache greeted us. He was very happy to hand me a beautiful called cocktail called Reina de la Baja: Aperol & Sparkling wine, Orange & Lime juice topped with Damiana tincture. From the open air bar Ivan walked us around the 25 acres of paradise, which includes a incredible farm to table restaurant, a stunning pool area, ping pong, fire pit, event space, a 7 month old donkey named Burrito, a peacock named Chucky, and our very own unique lodging the Treehouse. These stunning structures are about 2 stories high above the treetops and absolutely charm you start the climb. It’s a modern adventure with all the luxury amenities you could want. The breeze in the treetops, beautiful linens, fresh organic fruit, hand crafted robes, outdoor shower, yet modern indoor bathroom and closets and stunning patio. They had me at hello. We soaked up the ambience and changed and went to the Moroccan tiled pool to watch the sunset and find Burrito (the donkey) eating freshly fallen mangos from the grove. What a life! After a beautiful swim in the balmy September weather we headed to the town of San Jose Del Cabo, where ae had a excellent dinner at El Herradero, they served my Baja Shrimp piping hot in a lava bowl called a Mocjate with fresh handmade tortillas. Back at Acre we stopped in for a after dinner drink That included Acres own small-batch mezcal, In the breezy outdoor bar where beverage director Dani Tatarin has built an impressive menu of mezcal-forward cocktails we sipped a “Acres Martinez: Mezcal, sweet vermouth, house cherry Liquer & bitters. I was back to the treetops where the soft warm breezes lulled me into sleep. AcreBaja.com p .

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We arrived on a short 2 hour 10 minute flight from LA to sunny and balmy San Jose Del Cabo, a shuttle met us at the gate to take us to our rental car, we rented from ten car rental, it was a easy experience, on arrival we were handed two beers right before we rented the car, pretty funny but we are in Mexico. (Side note: just about everyone in Mexico has a side hustle and getting you to go listen to a time share opportunity, they will offer you breakfast, adventures and even cash to go and see a “Fractional ownership. Up to you to decide if you want to waste ½ -full day being sucked into a touring a property.)

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After dark we return to the tree house at Acre, and get ready for our dinner reservation at the renowned restaurant. Chef Kevin Luzande’s food is a marriage of global influences and local ingredients that evolves with the seasons. We feasted on Kumiai Oysters from Todos Santos, Tataki Catch of the day and Charred Octopus, followed by mango sorbet and Spiced Abuelita’s Hot Chocolate Cake what a delight and a meal to remember. Day trip to the Cape Thompsonhotels.com/hotels/mexico/cabo-san-lucas/the-cape Dinner at Acrebaja.com/bar-and-restaurant

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Then we decided to go for a swim looking for a local’s beach we happen upon Chileno Beach, this beautiful stretch of sand between two resorts. An uncrowded free parking lot, and great amenities, I see why locals would want to keep this place a secret. Although the sunset was behind us, we jumped the waves of the Sea of Cortez and collected shells on the beach. Swim days are paradise. An insider’s tip says: During whale season, take a moment to hold your head underwater and just listen. You may be rewarded with the sweet singing of a humpback whale.


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Back to our tree house high above the dense tropical foliage we watched the sun quickly DAY 3 MARINA SAN JOSE DEL CABO Perfect morning at Acre and I roam the property searching for Burrito and Chucky to say my good byes and looking forward to coming back to Acre sooner than later. We opt for some adventure today and hop on over to Cactus Atv tours for some dirty fun. Great for family and friends in a super organized trail ride where you follow the leader, at the end I was ready for another ride. This is an awesome group event and good for kids too. Can’t wait to do another one. They also offer many adventures like a camel ride, horseback and catamaran tours. We head back to San Jose del Cabo marina, Los Cabos area to stay at the super cool and artsy El Ganzo. Nothing else quite like this place, It’s a place that celebrates diversity, creativity, artistry and sustainability. It’s a place where individual expression reins, and you can indulge. We are greeted by the welcoming staff and shown to our master suite with marina views. I am amazed by all the art on arrival. Great pieces throughout the lobby and in the halls on the way to our room. Our room unique on its own has an Octopus drawn and painted on the wall by Francisco Munoz. I am inspired just walking to the room. We go up to the roof top pool and just amazed by the views. A wrap around infinity pool with a stand-alone jacuzzi fish tank above. Just incredible, we watch the sun set from the water and just enjoy the float, the swim, and skies color. Before we knew, it was 10:00pm and we opted for a night in and room service which was quick and delicious, complimentary beers in the fridge, late night conversations about art in the softest robes and biggest bed. Perfection. ElGanzo.com CactusATVTours.com/# DAY 4 EL GANZO

DAY 5 ROAD TRIPPING We head out to explore the East Cape, a destination in itself for fishing, scuba diving and snorkeling. Up Hwy 1 and break off to Camino Cabo Este, which then turns into a dirt road (I highly recommend a SUV for driving on these roads) we are off the beaten path to see the East Cape we head south for another 32 KM on a dirt road. Finally to the national marine park Cabo Pulmo, we see the hustle of diving and scuba trips, ATV’s and fishing

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We awake and walk around the hotel and marina, the staff give me a tour of the incredible art from artists like Pedro Reyes, Nicolás Bedel, and Scarlett Baily and a tour of the incredible “Underground recording studio” below the lobby bar, Part of the El Ganzo sessions and concert series. Rumor has it Slash has recorded there along with the Rayland Baxter, Allen Stone, Stephane Wrembel and Thievery Corporation. This hotel is a mecca for all who love art, this morning we star trooper at the rooftop pool in the daylight and enjoy a breakfast at Ganzo downstairs. Then we were off to the pontoon boat to take up to the beach club to enjoy some afternoon sun across the lagoon. This place is just incredible


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tours, we end up spending some time at the secluded beach and pop in the water for a little snorkel time. The Beautiful waters with a rich marine life. Just before sunset we head out to meet up with friend in Todos Santos DAY 6 TODOS SANTOS We wake up to the gentle crashing of the waves nearby and we are in a beautiful 3-bedroom 2.5 bath villa called Casa Califia by the Amigo Brothers, we are on our own private gated property with lush palm trees and garden in the front. We head out with our friends to the cutest little town you have ever seen, Todos Santos, colorful flagged lines streets with local artisans handcrafting their wares. The town is expat friendly with a rich community of full time Americans and Canadians. We have an amazing buffet breakfast at La Generala and do a little shopping in town. Just a short 10 minutes south to Cerritos/Pescadero Beach which has great swimming on the pacific side. We rent and umbrella chairs and boogie boards from Mario for about 20 bucks. Cerritos/Pescadero Beach is also a surfers haven and an awesome little beach community. Most of the day is spent trying to catch waves and we get massages, right there on the beach. We hear the best tacos in town are a short walk away at a taco truck call Barracuda, his place does not disappoint. In fact I think we went at least 3 times on this trip, don’t miss this one. We head back to our beautiful Villa, Casa Califia and spend the evening star gazing. The Milky Way is front and center. RicardoAmigo.com/rent LaSonrisaDeLamuerte.wordpress.com Yelp.com/biz/barracuda-cantina-el-pescadero Restaurante-La-Generala.business.site

A morning walk on the beach headed south we ran into the folks at Tortugueres la Playitas, a local rescue organization that’s helps preserve and aid in the release of these gentle creatures back to the ocean. We head to yoga at the nearby neighbors Pachamama followed by coffee in town at La Esquina. I am super excited for lunch near the beach, a place I have been looking forward to going Hierbabuena. Tere was a sustainable farm to table restaurant right in the middle of the farm. This experience does not disappoint, absolutely delicious. Basically our waiter tends to the garden when he is not serving. This is a place you can’t miss. I am sad to leave Todos Santos and head back to the airport. The landscape on the drive is stunning and in my head I am already planning trip #2, so for now “Adiós y nos vemos pronto” TodosTortugueros.org PachamamaMexico.com HierbabuenaRestaurante.com LaEsquinats.com/home.html

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BOOKS The Dog & Bob Dylan

In celebration of the world’s favorite animal, we bring you over 400 photographs of or about dogs. With pictures from the 19th century to today, the collection includes works by Man Ray, Eric Fischl, Wolfgang Tillmans, Donna Ruskin, Fatima NeJame, Vincent Versace, and of course Elliott Erwitt and William Wegman. Forget #dogsofinstagram, this is real canine art, showing how the camera has been key witness to dogs in all their diversity, character, and friendship, from pensive pooch portraits to four-pawed action shots. As intellectually as it is visually stimulating, the book includes captivating essays tracing the presence of dogs in the history of photography and their relationship with humans across the decades. Raymond Merritt is a senior partner of the New York law firm of Willkie Farr & Gallagher and a member of the Executive Committee of the American Fund for UNICEF. He has been active in the photography world for over thirty years, serving as a trustee of the International Center of Photography, New York, and a member of the acquisitions committee of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, and the Norton Museum, West Palm Beach. An avid collector, he has curated numerous photography exhibitions and edited several books on photography. He also served as a director of the SoHo Partnership and the Loyola Foundation. Taschen.com p .

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Daniel Kramer’s classic Bob Dylan portfolio captures the artist’s transformative “big bang” year of 1964–65. Over the course of a year and a day, Kramer’s extraordinary access to Bob Dylan on tour, in concert, and backstage, allowed for one of the most mesmerizing photographic portfolios of any recording artist and a stunning document of Dylan breaking through to superstardom. Highlights include the Lincoln Center’s Philharmonic Hall concert with Joan Baez; the Bringing It All Back Home recording sessions; and the now-famous concert at Forest Hills, when Dylan’s controversial transition to electric guitar exemplified his constant, cryptic state of becoming. As much a document of a seminal period of rock ’n’ roll history as of Dylan himself, the pictures also feature such compelling friends and collaborators as Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, Allen Ginsberg, and Albert Grossman. Daniel Kramer is a photographer and filmmaker whose portraits and picture stories have been published worldwide; his film work encompasses documentaries and commercials. But it is his photographs of Bob Dylan, the first major work published about the young artist on his way from superstar to icon during 1964 and 1965, which catapulted Kramer’s work onto the international stage. A master printer, Kramer’s photographs are widely collected and exhibited. Brooklyn born, he lives in New York City. Taschen.com S AT E L L I T E - MAG. COM

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