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NOWNESS: Damien Hirst – On the Spot

ArtsComments ⋅ Jan 18, 2012
Upon recently sitting down with world-renowned artist Damien Hirst, filmmaker Matt Black and NOWNESS were fortunate enough to delve inside the mind of the British painter regarding his infamous spot paintings. Just as any individual, and more specifi...

NOWNESS: Aesop – Aesthetic Science

LifestyleComments ⋅ Jan 7, 2012
On the back of a successful 2011 which saw the opening of a handful of global points of retail, NOWNESS speak with Australian beauty care brand Aesop. The commitment to natural and sustainable products is at the forefront of Aesop’s ethos with...

NOWNESS: Trixie Whitley – A Thousand Thieves by Matthu Placek

MusicComments ⋅ Jan 5, 2012
As the daughter of the late American blues legend Chris Whitley, Trixie Whitley grew up between Belgium and New York, surrounded by creatives all her childhood. With musicians, artists and writers shaping her environment, she’s sworn off music...

NOWNESS: Louis Vuitton’s New Timekeeper

StyleComments ⋅ Dec 17, 2011
Louis Vuitton unveils the inner workings of its new 18-karat white gold timepiece, the Tambour Minute Repeater – a collaboration with Swiss master horologists La Fabrique du Temps. True to the brand’s renown for handcrafted luxury travel...

NOWNESS: Mr. Chow’s Symphony

LifestyleComments ⋅ Dec 15, 2011
Famed for his signature keyhole spectacles, schoolboy haircut and staccato manner, food world legend Mr. Chow invites filmmaker Alison Chernick into his kitchen. Leading his disciples as if a conductor, Chow points out that Chinese cuisine is much li...

NOWNESS: Rostarr – B-Boy Abstraction

ArtsComments ⋅ Oct 4, 2011
Brooklyn-based artist Romon Kimin Yang, aka Rostarr, sat down with director Matt Black to speak about the sometimes eclectic method in which he works. Known for shape-based graphics and colorful abstract paintings, Rostarr blends his South Korean her...

Fendi x Royal College of Art

StyleComments ⋅ Sep 16, 2011
Enlisting the help of London’s Royal College of Art, Fendi recently offered five post-graduate art teams the opportunity to create a series of punk-inspired installations for their newest Sloane Street boutique.  With a mutual affinity for...

NOWNESS: In the Kitchen at El Bulli Video

CultureComments ⋅ Jul 21, 2011
The name Ferran Adrià may not be one that is slung around in the media as often as mega-restauranteurs Jean-Georges Vongerichten or Mario Batali, but it is a moniker that quite literally strikes a formidable cocktail of fear, excitement, and int...

NOWNESS: Andre Saraiva’s “The Shoe” Preview

StyleComments ⋅ Jun 19, 2011
NOWNESS presents a preview into the short film “The Shoe” from French cultural purveyor André Saraiva. Created for his collaboration with luxury footwear brand J.M. Weston, the film features Leo Fitzpatrick as the protagonist with fur...

NOWNESS: John Lobb – Shoe Gazing

CultureComments ⋅ May 30, 2011
In honor of the 150th anniversary of storied British shoemaker John Lobb, NOWNESS paid a visit to the company’s Northhampton workshop for a behind-the-scenes look at how their classic designs are produced. Having outfitted everyone from Fra...

NOWNESS: Diary of Cannes

CultureComments ⋅ May 26, 2011
NOWNESS presents Diary of Cannes. Skipping from morning cappuccinos with short film jury president Michel Gondry to a late-night performance on the beach by Kanye West, Diary of Cannes by directors Carlo Lavagna and Roberto de Paolis culls highli...

NOWNESS: Facehunter Takes Manhattan

StyleComments ⋅ Feb 16, 2011
A new video from NOWNESS features street-style photographer Yvan Rodic, better known as Facehunter, and follows him as he roams the streets of SoHo searching for inspiration and new subjects to capture. In addition to speaking about his own perso...

NOWNESS: Art Basel Miami 2010 – KAWS

ArtsComments ⋅ Dec 1, 2010
As Art Basel Miami readies itself for a launch on December 2nd, NOWNESS release their first video as part of a series detailing various artists participating in the popular art event. No strangers to us or many readers, KAWS speaks candidly about...

NOWNESS: Wonderwall – Interior Innovation

CultureComments ⋅ Nov 15, 2010
In the retail world, few architectural firms hold the same esteem as Japan’s Wonderwall and it’s lead, Masamichi Katayama. With Wonderwall beginning in 2000, Katayama has designed over 60 stores for BAPE, as well as designing the inte...

NOWNESS: Jeffrey Deitch Takes Hollywood

CultureComments ⋅ Oct 27, 2010
This clip from NOWNESS allows L.A. Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) director Jeffrey Deitch to provide an exclusive tour of his new home. The former New York dealer discusses some of the works in his house as well as the layout and what it means...