Wardrobe Snacks


Wardrobe Snacks is an on-going collaboration between between San Francisco-based photographer Kelsey McClellan and Columbus-based photographer, art director and stylist Michelle Maguire.  Their creative partnership is called Terrence Caviar.

Wardrobe Snacks was inspired by diners lacking the luxury of being seated at a table: Michelle’s stepdad who rests his sandwich on his thigh (hell with a plate!) in between bites while he blasts an action movie on his TV; a commuter cramped up on a crowded bus retrieving an item from a bag or pocket; a lunch-breaker on a park bench eating from her lap. They’re informal — perhaps even a bit awkward — spaces as far as eating is concerned, yet the diner always appears to be comfortable and perfectly satisfied with his chosen snack, almost zen-like.


art direction/styling: Michelle Maguire 

photography: Kelsey McClellan

Stephen Eichhorn


Stephen Eichhorn is a Chicago-based artist.  His first book, Cats & Plantswill be published next month by Zioxla, featuring Eichhorn’s amazing collages of cats, plants, and more.

Obviously, I’ve already preordered my copy.

To see his other work, click here.

Eny Lee Parker


Eny Lee Parker currently resides and works in Savannah, Georgia.

The purpose of her designs is to explore the human need/want. Her fascination with the mind and behavior of people leads to objects that echo humanity in character, emotions and even physicality.

Apart from her design ambitions, she enjoys a creative community, ceramics, occasional wine + cheese, and hosting.

To see more of her work, click here.

Maria Hassabi


“Maria Hassabi (b. Cyprus) is a New York-based artist and choreographer. Over the years she has developed a distinct choreographic practice involved with the relation of the body to the image, defined by sculptural physicality and extended duration. Her works draw their strength from the tension between the human subject and the artistic object, the dancer as a performer and as a physical entity.”

You can see more of Maria’s work here.

Images and text from mariahassabi.com

Lisa Anne Auerbach


Lisa Anne Auerbach is an L.A. based is an American textile artist, zine writer, and photographer.

To see more of her work, click here.

Lea Maupetit


Léa Maupetit is a French illustrator, living and working in Paris. After graduating from ECV Paris in type design in 2015, Léa developed her own style of illustration, based on working with bright and vivid colors, with compositions full of life and humor.

To see more of her work, click here.

Jibade-Khalil Huffman


“Jibade-Khalil Huffman is an artist living in Los Angeles. He is the author of three books of poems, 19 Names For Our Band (Fence, 2008) and James Brown is Dead (Future Plan and Program, 2011) and Sleeper Hold (Fence, 2015). His art and writing projects have been exhibited and performed at MoMA/PS1, the Hammer Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, Public Fiction, Marianne Boesky East, and Southern Exposure, among others. Educated at Bard College (BA), Brown University (MFA, Literary Arts), and USC (MFA, Studio Art), his awards include the Grolier Poetry Prize, the Jerome Foundation Travel Grant and fellowships from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and the Millay Colony for the Arts.”

You can see more of Jibade-Khalil’s work here.

All Images and text from jibadekhalilhuffman.tumblr.com

Thomas Dambo



Thomas Dambo is an artist / designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Together with his crew Thomas makes beautiful and fun projects out of “trash” / recycled materials, which they find around the city dumpsters. By doing this he hopes to inspire people to have fun and think of trash as a resource.

To see more of Thomas’ work, click here.

Sarah K. Benning



Sarah K. Benning is an American fiber artist with a nomadic studio practice (primarily splitting her time between the U.S. and Spain).  Originally from Baltimore, she attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received her BFA in Fiber and Material Studies.  Shortly after graduating in 2013, Sarah discovered her love for embroidery almost by accident and the hobby quickly turned into her full-time career. Sarah is temporarily working from home in Menorca, Spain.

To see more, click here.

Senga Nengudi


“I live in the fourth dimension when I create landscapes.

These landscapes are made out of materials that are discards and commonplace. I like to dance with the spaces I occupy, creating a triad. Partnering, we show what each other have to offer. Selection of a site and materials is critical to my creative process. They are my way into a concept that seems to usher forth (take form) from my manipulation of them.

I prevail with ‘what is at hand’. My installations are subtle and intimate, involving issues of time and personal change. They are durable like a bird’s nest with viewers feeling welcome enough to shift from observers to participants. Utilizing masking tape, gravel, dirt, newspapers, powdered tempera, seedpods, stripped pantyhose, photos and found stuff is a statement in itself.

To shape shift paradigms I find different ways to use materials others consider useless or insignificant providing proof that the disregarded and disenfranchised may also have the resilience and reformative ability to find their poetic selves.”


You can see more of Senga’s work here.

All text and imagery from sengasenga.com