This is the dog I fell in love with in Brooklyn.
Someone please tell me what breed this is, because this will be my future dog.
LOOK AT HIM! HE IS HUGGING MY LEG UGHH!!@#!
It’s been two weeks since we left New York, and I’m still missing it like it was home.
In summary: drove 20 hrs through valleys and mountains; saw more dead deer than I could count along the way; delicious food at Freemans, Cafe el Portal, and Cafe Mogador; cupcakes at Billy’s Bakery; spent too much money at Opening Ceremony; spent even more money at B&H; caught Eirik Johnson’s Sawdust Mountain at Aperture; nabbed Katy Grannan’s monograph at half-price; saw some interesting work at PS1; fell in love with a puppy; had my first deep-fried Oreo; Renegade Craft Fair; tried to convince myself that rent in Brooklyn isn’t much more than rent in Toronto.
We’ll see how that works out.
Some of my work was on display at Saunders Greenhouse in Ithaca, NY as part of Some Quiet Advice, a show curated by Gabrielle Jesiolowski. I looove the presentation! More information about the project here: http://somequietadvice.wordpress.com
Images courtesy of Gabrielle Jesiolowski.