Sandy Lang

Sandy Lang

Charleston, SC / writer/editor/creative
Sandy Lang
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Black and white, Paris, a tiny figure. I'd love to see this 1838 print by Jacques Louis Daguerre,

This photo of a Paris street was taken by Louis Daguerre in It is believed to be the earliest photograph of a person. The person, a man who appears to be getting his boots cleaned, is located in the lower left corner on the sidewalk.

Not out yet, but it will be this year. Photography by Peter Frank Edwards. Sean and PFE have been working on this for years. I had the chance to assist for a few days. Can't wait.

20 Ways to Become a Better Cook: We're in the thick of what folks in the food industry call "cookbook season," a time when many of the year's most exciting cookbooks are published.

Elegant poster, typography and trees.

Japanese Art Festival — Martin Jancso, letter masks a tree.

I'm fascinated by the layers and color in the art of Leslie Wayne.

Detail from one of Leslie Wayne's abstract paintings, which she has scraped and molded into sculpture evoking landscapes.

I hope this magazine always keeps its classic line-up. First I read the short story. Cartoons and other stories, reports, and poems are next.

Peter de Sève, The New Yorker, October

Love this place. Narrow, deep building full of "used, rare & local" books on Upper King in Charleston, SC Writer Jonathan Sanchez always has something going on here.

Jonathan Sanchez, owner of Blue Bicycle Books on King Street in Charleston, is speaking to my students on Jan.

Couldn't design a print better than this... Ippo is the rare "zonkey" born in Italy this year (donkey + zebra).

About four months ago, an adorable half-zebra, half-donkey was born in Italy named Ippo. The rare crossbreed, known as a zonkey, is the offspring of a male zebra and female donkey. I love him!

Garden & Gun and Stitch Design Co. Great poster.

Garden and Gun Jubilee 2013 // Stitch Design Co

Serious food memoir. Gabrielle Hamilton has a terrific, gritty writing style.

Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef ~ a memoir by chef Gabrielle Hamilton (acclaimed NYC chef and owner of Prune). You might guess that I am really into foodie lit at the moment :-)

This man's prints, home textiles are always so interesting and beautiful. I think many are really for the bed or table, but I wear them as wraps sometimes. Love John Robshaw. (My friend!)

John Robshaw Prints: Textiles, Block Printing, Global Inspiration, and Interiors