Creative Space #1
Visited artist Shane McAdams studio to kick off our new series “Creative Spaces” on MIlk Made. Learn what Shane likes to have around him as he creates his art.
“The first thing you learn in life is you’re a fool. The last thing you learn in life is you’re the same fool.”
I wish my grandmother hadn’t thrown this book out. It’s frustrating. Maybe she sold it, I don’t know. I don’t particularly care that Ray Bradbury is dead. It came as a greater surprise to learn that he was still alive at all. Over a year ago I posted this same book cover stating “this book was my father” which, while cryptic, is not altogether untrue, but to call it the truth would be a lie. So.
“I don’t try to describe the future. I try to prevent it.” —Ray Bradbury
Rest In Peace.
Look of the day: Socks & Sandals.
Courtesy i-D Fashion Editor, Caroline Newell.
Originally appeared in The Stepping Stones Issue, July 2008
Photography: Emma Summerton. Fashion Direction: Edward Enninful
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James Ensor (1860–1949). The Old Clock, 1941.
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Bas Jan Ader (1942–1975). In Search of the Miraculous, 1975. The artist vanished at sea while attempting to journey across the Atlantic as part of a conceptual art project.
Max Ernst (1891-1976). Configuration, 1974.
Mark Rothko (1903–1970). Untitled, 1970. Rothko returned to using color for his final three paintings after two years of painting in only blacks, grays, and browns.
Up high, in the sky.
The view at Coco Rocha’s suit in Paris. Photo via MilkStudios’ instagram.
Paul Thek (1933-1988). Dust, 1988.
Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957–1996). No title, 1995. Billboard image.