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Oh Glory Day!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on March 16, 2010 by James Field

Come all! Come all!….

This is a very special invite to an amazing pop up store featuring works by some of my best friends! Details below…

Pop up store hosted by Leia Jospe and Caitlin McMullen featuring clothing, photo prints, jewelry…by her & a bunch of their friends for sale!

Kill Devil Hill on 170 Franklin St.
Take the G to Greenpoint Ave, Brooklyn

Thursday Feb. 25th
ONE DAY ONLY, open all day!

– Clothes from Christian Joy (designer of Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs costumes), Caitlin McMullen, Jack & Louis Shannon, Starscream.
– Jewelry by Misty by M.W.S.
– Photo prints on display/for sale by Leia Jospe, Callie Beattie, Melinda Abercrombie

This store is only going to be open for one day, so make you sure to stop by and support my friends!


Trekking through a legit blizzard for two of my best friends pop up store in Brooklyn may sound crazy, but that’s my life! The “Glory Days” pop up store was Feb 25th, but of course since I shoot with this dinosaur of a camera, I didn’t get my film developed until this week (yeah I know), but the photos came out awesome!

So the beginning of the photos has my friend Caitlin McMullen designs, the cotton t-shirts with the cool embellishments are hers, along with the rack of cool spring dresses. Not to mention she is like an awesome designer, and she knows it! Her work is going to become really huge and ya know what, I will be there to be her publicist! (lol)

The next set was the Christian Joy section, featuring some insanely cool bags and t-shirts with limited edition print  designs on them. Christian was also just featured in Time Out New York as on of the most stylish New Yorker’s, so yeah, she is pretty dope.

Last but certainly not least, is the photography of the great Leia Jospe. One of my best friends, she is beyond talented with her art and so funny and cool. From her Stop Motion Video, to her Fashion Week coverage, she is truly a phenomenal photographer. Now in the two photos above lets play a little game of “Where is James”, can you point me out in the both the photos? (lol)

So aside from the unbelievable blizzard that began when I made my way to the store, and lasted until we closed, we all had a great time!, and I even brought a shirt and had it customized by Caitlin.

Thanks to Caitlin, Leia, Christian and all the brave souls who battled the elements and came out to show support.


Mr. Brainwash “Icons” Exhibit Opening

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 19, 2010 by James Field

On February 14th, the extremely talented street artist Mr Brainwash, debuted his highly anticipated  showcase “Icons” in a 15,ooo sq ft installation space in the Meat Packing District. The show featured pop art, paint splattered images of famous celebrities, athletes and pretty much everyone else important all done in a cool, quirky way. Myself and a few of my friends managed to go to the special celebrity viewing, and here are some of my favorite images from the exhibit courtesy of the Village Voice.

The entire night was so great! We were able to view some amazing art, sipped Champagne and danced it up with a few celebs. Overall it was a crazy, random, amazing time, here are some of our candid shots courtesy of my good friend Leia Jospe.


Art In Stop Motion

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , on November 16, 2009 by James Field

This is one of my good friends very first attempt at creating a Stop Motion video for her art class. I feel that she did an awesome job of it, it’s so cool, fresh, artistic and colorful. Her talent as a photographer is growing so much, I am certain she will be a huge success very very soon! So here is her video, please enjoy it as much as I did! You did a great job Leia! This rocks!..

Thanks so much to Leia Jospe