12.15.16

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Art Direction for BARE Journal Issue No. 4

AGNES NIESKE ABMA graces our cover, photographed by Benjamin Vnuk in Paris.

BARE JOURNAL is independently published and owned.; Drop us a line. We’d love to meet for coffee.
(Black. No sugar.)

 

Claudia Bruno, Creative Director

Britt Browne, Art Director

Sarah Cobb, Fashion Director

Courtney Saunders and Emily Lundin, Editors

 

 

 

12.5.16

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Thank you to everyone who came to our farm dinner last night.

I’m still floating from all of your overwhelming support and a dinner that was so special by Chef Josef Centeno.

Here are the water lettuce arrangements I made for our guests at each table.

(trees are their roots and wind is wind)

 

 

11.23.16

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PYT x LALA FARM Dinner

I made this for our first PYT x LALA FARM Dinner on December 4th.

We hope you can make it!

Our students are growing rare varieties and @chefjosefcenteno is preparing a special menu.

Proceeds benefit Los Angeles Leadership Academy Highschool students and farm education.

Reservations: [email protected]

More @lala__farm

11.21.16

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Featured on WESTWOOD WESTWOOD

Thank you, WESTWOOD WESTWOOD!!

LINK TO BRITT AND LALA FARM ON WESTWOODWESTWOOD.COM

Words by: Ariela Kozin

Photos by Alexa Coughlin

 

07.01.16

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Art Direction for BARE JOURNAL Issue No. 3

COLOR, TYPOGRAPHY, DESIGN & PHOTO EDIT for BARE JOURNAL Issue No. 3

OPEN to VIEW, UNCONCEALED; UNADORNED; PLAIN

A journal of fashion and culture.

Bare is a global fashion, culture and arts magazine dedicated to the unadorned moment of truth, an ode to the raw beauty of realism and simplicity.

Here you will find imagery, artistry, and storytelling with no creative brief, no client, no shimmer, no patina, no retouch – no rules.

Claudia Bruno, Creative Director

Britt Browne, Art Director

Sarah Cobb, Fashion Director

Courtney Saunders and Emily Lundin, Editors

Cover photograph by Serge Leblon

Featuring Clementine Deraedt

Knitted dress by CHANEL

 

 

01.12.16

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LALA FARM at Los Angeles Leadership Academy

I’m managing the start up and development of an urban farm in Lincoln Heights at Los Angeles Leadership Academy. EXCITING TIMES!

Follow our project @lala__farm

11.9.15

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The Rainbow Mural Film

Excited to share this short film I directed featuring the one and only J. Carlos Aguilar painting a rainbow mural for SoCal Self Storage. Music by Zaptra, camera by Kenneth Billington, edited by Alana Waksman and rainbow mural design by Matt Even. Thanks to Shelley Geiler, Angie Qunitanar, Ruby Melendez, Ellen Howarth and Courtney Saunders.

Thanks for taking a look!

http://bit.ly/1Q75Fz5

07.04.15

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SWARM OF BEES, The Suspension of Disbelief

I tied over 800 bees made with dried blueberries and black turtle beans wrapped in wool I dyed with marigolds, osage, pomegranates and tumeric.

Up at the Standard, Hollywood for 6 weeks. Stop by and say HI!

06.01.15

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SWARM OF BEES Installation at The Standard, Hollywood

Please join me for the Opening Reception of my new installation, “SWARM OF BEES The Suspension of Disbelief”

Get your honey tasting on! June 25th at 7pm at The Standard, Hollywood 8300 Sunset Blvd.

Would love to see you.

standardculture.com

 

 

01.08.15

Flash Talk Double

Flash Talk at The Hammer

I’m giving a FLASH TALK at The Hammer on N.Dash Thursday, January 22, 2015 1:30 – 1:45pm

Public Engagement Flash Talks provide an opportunity for visitors to glean a unique perspective on art works displayed in the galleries through speakers who are connected to the art in sometimes unusual ways.

For this talk on Hammer Projects: N. Dash, interdisciplinary artist, Britt Browne, will discuss the history of indigo and the process of using indigo dying methods such as those employed by N. Dash to create the works on display in this exhibition. Browne has used and researched indigo extensively, especially in her 2007 collaborative art work with Robert Young, Growing Indigo, inspired by the Black Mountain School’s Art Farm in North Carolina.

Link to the event HERE.