Weekly Round Up // Sept. 28 – Oct. 4

Time to re-cap last week here at Korduroy:

HUMQAQ, PT. 2

We continue Humqaq, a surf-fiction series, with the narrator one his way to a camping spot in Jalama, alone until he reaches the shore. 

Continue the story here: http://localhost:8888/blog/2013/humqaq-pt-2

A COFFEE TABLE BOOK (FOR PEOPLE WHO DON’T HAVE COFFEE TABLES)

Cyrus talks to us about, Foster Huntington, and his follow up to his debut book “The Burning House” published by Harper Collins; in it he continues his fascination with American consumerism through his project “Home is Where You Park It.” 

Check it out here: http://localhost:8888/blog/2013/a-coffee-table-book-for-people-who-dont-have-coffee-tables

AUDITORIUM WITH BEN BENOIT

Ben is from the south west of France, he says he has have five different analog cameras to his name, each serving a slightly different purpose in his photography.

Check out his work here: http://localhost:8888/blog/2013/auditorium-with-ben-benoit

EXHIBITIONISTS: CASSANDRA TONDRO

Cassandra Tondro grew up in Malibu in the 1960s, and is now an abstract artist with concerns for the environment. She’s currently using only natural and recycled materials for her paintings that burst with color and floral inspiration. Here she tells us a bit more.

Check out the Exhibition here: http://localhost:8888/blog/2013/exhibitionists-cassandra-tondro

 


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