Jul 102014
 
Bellerby & Co. Globemakers  Workshop Shoot

Bellerby & Co. Globemakers Adam Marelli Workshop Shoot London, ENGLAND Why a globemaker?  Prior to satellites, the complete mapping of the globe was done one coastline at a time.  If you ever have the chance to pick up a current maritime map, you will notice that the date and surveyor (usually the UK, France, or [more...]

Jun 092014
 
Collector's Night at Leica SoHo

Collector’s Night Traces of a Lost Ceremony Leica SoHo Introduction It’s been a few weeks since I’ve been at the computer.  The lead up to my exhibition went exactly as expected:  deliveries were late, everything came down to the wire, and all of those “maybe’s” that were on my calendar turned into “must be done’s” [more...]

Apr 022014
 
Adam Marelli: Opening at Leica SoHo

TRACES OF A LOST CEREMONY Adam Marelli Opening at Leica SoHo FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27, 2014 Leica Store Soho 460 West Broadway New York City, NY 10013 Adam Marelli “Traces of a Lost Ceremony” Opening: May 8th, 2014 May 8th – June 26th, 2014 Press Release Leica Store Soho is delighted to announce the [more...]

Nov 062012
 
Editor Announcement

Editor Announcement Ed Winters [ HOUSE KEEPING ] A few months ago a reader of the website contacted me and offered to tidy up the  mistakes and typos.  He has done  a fantastic job and I would like to share the results with you.  The Importance of an Editor As most of you know, I [more...]

Oct 262012
 
5 Things I Learned in Japan

5 Things I learned in Japan Master Craftsmen For the last month I travelled in Japan for a project I shot called Master  Craftsmen: An Endangered Species.   Along the way I discovered, first hand,  why people describe Japan as a universe   unto itself.    Thank You First I wanted to thank everyone who [more...]

Dec 032010
 
Old World Masters: Shotaro Namuro & Yasuhiro Hirakawa

Shotaro Nomuro & Yasuhiro Hirakawa There are a few places left in the world, where things are made by hand.  Sakai Japan used to craft the worlds finest swords.  But even though the samurais have all disappeared, the tradition of turning lumps of iron into razor sharp blades remains virtually unchanged. What does knife making [more...]