If you get a chance between now and May 22nd head down to The 2007 Kips Bay Decorator Show House. The Show house opened on Tuesday April 24th and runs through the end of May. I had the chance to head down and see the work of some of the most talented interior designers in the NYC area.
+The ideas and room designs are truly inspirational.
+The money goes towards keeping The Kipsbay Boys and Girls club running, and keeping our brown babies off the streets.
The other side:
+It is $30 well worth it considering the cause and the ideas you will leave with from touring the house. So add that to + side.
+If you are not an old, rich white woman, you will be a minority in the house. However,If you truly enjoy beautiful interiors you’ll be right at home.;)
Yep! The Brooklyn Circus, experience is everything. . .
Note: They asked me to put away my camera, so these pics are courtesy of their website’s 2006 Archive.
While I was down on Fillmore & Haight checkin out the Fifty24SF Gallery, I thought I’d pop into DStructure and peep what they had goin on. DStructure is an clothing boutique specializing in snow sports gear while each month they have a featured local Bay Area artist bless their Gallery-like space with their artwork.
Well you know how they say when you’re creatively stumped in your room or office, . . . Open a window. Well this dude Pete Doolittle took that literally and ran with it. Doolittle paints on old vintage windows; his outcome . . . a Cool translucent effect. Apparently for the past few weeks he’s been doing live paintings in the window, on a window. . . ha! go figure. Check it.//
I went to check out the “Show Me Your Heart” exhibit at the Fifty24SF Gallery showcasing the raw photography of Estevan Oriol. I’ve been a big fan of Estevan’s work for awhile so I was pumped when I got the word about this show. For those who don’t know, he’s a Mexican-American photographer/videographer out of East L.A. and runs with dope talents like Mister Cartoon. For this exhibit Oriol teamed up with international renowned Japanese photographer Yasumasa Yonehara aka “Yone” to display the subcultures of Los Angeles and Tokyo, two seriously different cities. ‘No Glitz-NO Glam,’ just naturally beautiful women, captured through the lenses of these ill photographers from two distinct cultural backgrounds. Check it.//
Yep! Spring is here. Stop by The Brooklyn Circus and look through some of the goodies we are slowly leaking out. Yep,The Brooklyn Circus, experience is everything. . .
It’s Spring again . . .
Crewneck Fleece The Brooklyn Circus
Socks: Ralph Lauren
Footwear: Y3 Yoji Yamamoto for Adidas
Eyewear: Vintage Gucci
Bag: 70′Vintage Bowling bag
Philippe Chow former executive chef of Mr.Chow has moved on to open another restaurant on 60th and Madison ‘Philippe’ where we celebrated LA’s birthday. Add Mr.Chow (known for being pricey),Madison ave, plus Lyshaan Hall and you’ll understand the kind of prices you’ll be forking out at this hot spot. Well, the food was unbelievably delicious, making the bill very digestible.
Happy Birthday to The Brooklyn Circus’s very own Lyshaan “LA” Hall. Met LA in college 1995.
Stony Brook University 1995-1998
The bearded man and LA host some of the hottest events Stony Brook as ever seen.
Concerts,parties,socials and other events that make Hugh Hefner look like a rookie.
NYC Nightlife 1999-2005
Hottest promoters in the Tri-State area
LA,Dancing Al,The Bearded man and the Ramsey Racing family
Successful Business owners
Happy Birthday my dude.
Yep! The Brooklyn circus,experience is everything.