Category Archives: Interviews

One Day That Summer: Classic Americana

Kyle Petrozza photography - Arizona

Spaghetti, Arizona, 2018   The great outdoors. The wide open road. Freedom. Freedom to run around, to get moving, to imagine, to think, to day-dream, to dream big. We may not know where the story is going, but it’s the … Read More

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Threaded Stories: A Talk with Polly Leonard

Selvedge magazine - A talk with Polly Leonard - Classiq

Polly Leonard has a visionary mind and an eye, skill and respect for craft and for the beautifully made. She is an expert with an education and background in textiles. She has a passion for fabric, for storytelling and for … Read More

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Alex Beard: Making Art and Creating Awareness

Alex Beard On the Ngare Ndare River

Exotic creatures like elephants, giraffes, rhinos and sailfish are drawn out by artist Alex Beard’s hand into colourful, whimsical, fantastic landscapes. Some of them are interacting with the street scenes of New Orleans, Alex’s residing city, taking the form of … Read More

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Talking Books and the Art of Bookshop Keeping with Vlad Niculescu

Carturesti & Friends

On any given Saturday spent in town, you will find me in a bookshop. It is my family’s favourite weekend activity – my latest partner in this activity is our almost three-year-old son. He is out the door when he … Read More

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Le Redoutable: In Conversation with Costume Designer Sabrina Riccardi

Interview Le Redoutable

Adapted by Michel Hazanavicius from Anne Wiazemsky’s own memoirs, titled Un An Après (or One Year After), Le Redoutable tells the story of Anne’s life with Jean-Luc Godard, with Louis Garrel and Stacy Martin in the lead roles. Anne made … Read More

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