Vol. 10.01.2017 | Sunday Selects

October 1, 2017

DOUG FREED

Doug Freed attempts to capture the mystical light found in natural atmospheric effects: the haze in the distance on humid summer days, the overcast gloom of winter skies, and the softness of landscape bathed in fog, and the quieting mood of approaching darkness

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DOUG JOHNSTON

Doug Johnston's work includes art, design, architecture, and music. He utilizes and explores a variety of mediums and methods such as installation, fiber art, sculpture, photography, and collaborative performance.

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KIM FONDER

Kim Fonder loves texture and touch. Her paintings and furniture reflect her infatuation with these two characteristics. From the materials Fonder selects, to the way she crafts each piece; these two attributes remain her focus. She seeks to honor Leonardo DaVinci's words, "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication".

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PETER KUTTNER

Peter Kuttner graduated with his Bachelors of Fine Art from Ringling College of Art & Design in Sarasota, Florida. His work has been featured in Architectural Digest Magazine as well as in popular films and television shows including Two and a Half Men, Californication, and Nashville.

I N Q U I R E

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WHAT ARE BRANDS ACTUALLY BEHIND TRADER JOE'S SNACKS?

Revealing the chip-makers and cookie factories in disguise.

R E A D

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COCONUT KALE

The kale in this recipe, adapted from Vij's Restaurant, in Vancouver, British Columbia, is rich and fiery, sweet and salty all at once.

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GIN BASIL SMASH

A perfect accent for an outdoor supper during tomato season. In winter, it revives the palate as an aperitif. This drink demonstrates so ably how fresh ingredients can be incorporated into everyday drinking cocktails.

D R I N K

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WHAT MAKES THINGS COOL?

Although trends might seem completely random, there are well-documented patterns to what becomes popular. A 20th-century industrial designer, who created some of America's most iconic looks, developed a theory of coolness that has been backed up by various scientific studies.

W A T C H

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RADIO 2'S JAZZ PLAYLIST

Listen in full to Radio 2's playlist of specially-curated jazz - with Jamie Cullum.

L I S T E N

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