Nicole Ruggiero and I sat down a few weeks ago to discuss her upcoming project “How the Internet Changed My Life”, her new column for vice and her thoughts on instagram star @lilmiquela. Photo Courtesy of Abi Laurel with makeup by Toshi Salvino Nicole Ruggiero is a 3D artist living and working in New York […]Read More Interview With Nicole Ruggiero: Part Two
Nicole Ruggiero and I talk memes, culture and copycats in this interview from 2016. Nicole Ruggiero is a 3D artist living and working in New York City. Her work is heavily technology centered and its connection to culture. Do you wanna talk about memes and what you did with them for this show? I don’t […]Read More Interview with Nicole Ruggiero: Part One
This one can be a little subjective depending on your own home so just consider this as a very general guide that hopefully will apply to most people. Daily Chores I don’t personally do a lot of chores daily but I do think that there are a few things everyone should do just to keep […]Read More Do Your Chores!
In the past few weeks I have been trying my very best to eat healthier. This has meant getting over the misconception that healthy snacks are expensive. Nutritious snacks are fairly cheap if I make them myself and I even save money because I don’t need to eat as much throughout the day. There are […]Read More Healthy Homemade Snacks
Schelsey and I talked over a year ago about feminism, Instagram and of course her own art. Schelsey Mahammadie-Sabet is a gallery owner and artist living in Los Angeles. Her gallery, Lei Min Space, is located in Chinatown. Her own work is often female and organic forms in all variety of colors. I wanted to […]Read More Backlog: Interview with Schelsey Mahammadie-Sabet