Nicole Andrijevic & Tanya Schultz
Art duo that uses sugar, pigment, polystyrene, wax, modeling clay, paper, plastic, found objects, wire, beads, glitter, and other assorted materials to create Candylands on galleries’ floor
“I was in Maui, just hanging out, not thinking about anything in particular and this image of a gas station just popped into my head. It looked like a temple lit up in the jungle at night.” —David LaChapelle
Explore “Land Scape”, David LaChapelle’s new photos of gas stations and oil refineriees.
soon it will be time for us to move into our treehouse—the one in the made up backyard we have that has our cat and a guard pup that comes up to sleep every night but spends the days running around that yard and it’s almost blueberry season so we’ll be able to pick them from the bushes on the edge of our property and I promise I’ll bake some sort of cobbler can you smell it? it’s on the ledge of the treehouse’s pane-less window and you can see the steam coming off even though it’s +70 degrees outside everything is going to be so easy so you can stop worrying about that college you haven’t heard back from and your mom sending email upon email demanding you pay rent if you take a year off because none of that is real. I promise we can choose our problems when we live in the treehouse because it will be as safe and removed from all unpleasant realities as that space under the tree where I spent so many years fuck I think H was right when she said our kisses look genuine and I can genuinely say that I’ve never felt kisses like this before but forget that because there’s no time to unscramble the meaning behind our thousands of kisses it’s time to pack but pack light