A visit to the PIN–UP offices in New York by our friends from the seminal Downtown boutique Opening Ceremony.
Check out the dramatic teaser for PIN–UP No. 11, which is now officially in stores the world over.
In collaboration with SMART Car, PIN–UP designed a gigantic, 50 x 30 ft. billboard that recently went up on the corner of Flushing and Knickerbocker Avenue in Brooklyn, New York.
Along with an ever-growing public awareness for contemporary art comes an increased interest in architecture and design. As a result more and more young designers’ careers are being launched not in showrooms, but in galleries, and collectors commission architecture and interior design that finally matches the adventurous spirit of their art collections. PIN–UP founder and editor Felix Burrichter invited four key figures in these fields to the Museum of Arts and Design for a discussion.
ARCHIZINES (2011, Bedford Press) is the companion publication to the eponymous exhibition at the AA, London (5 November to 14 December 2011). Edited by ELIAS REDSTONE, ARCHIZINES showcases 60 architectural publications—including PIN–UP—alongside critical texts. More spreads are available for perusal at BEDFORD PRESS.
PIN–UP No. 8 strikes a pose at the ACE Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs, designed by Roman Alonso of Commune.