We schedule appointments and meetings on our smartphones and computers, we take notes on our tablets and even journal through apps. But for some people — or everyone, on certain occasions — our tech devices
“Stark light, deep shadow and muted color are visual strategies I explore to describe the city. I use the city as a stage…” Photographs and text by Clarissa Bonet The urban space is striking. Its tall
Easter is approaching and we will be heading across the Channel on the train. Could you prescribe the perfect soundtrack, s’il vous plaît? If your train is an early one, you’ll need something to wake to.
Though he was raised on a farm in the Midwest, Thomas W. Schaller spent the majority of his life in Manhattan where he worked as a commercial architectural artist. Today, however, he works for himself,