December 1, 2018
Nehalem Bay State Park, with its rolling dunes, migrating whales and deep green conifers. The air always smells like the sweetest candy because of the sappy trees... Drawn to the sea for its natural rhythm and isolation, it is here we are forced into nothingness. No work, reading, writing or...
November 16, 2018
Tara Mayer is living life with her senses alight, cultivating a generous flame that she wisely protects to nourish her multiple roles as an accomplished scholar, writer, and mother. As a Historian, Tara writes, teaches, and consults on the material culture of India and legacies of European...
October 7, 2018
Yasmine Ganley has been part of the Anaak family from the get-go, wearing the hats of creative collaborator and muse. An independent publisher, curator, and brand consultant based in New Zealand, we’re drawn to Ganley for her entrepreneurial spirit, creative generosity, and ability to push...
August 13, 2018
Bound to nature and its cyclic rhythms, both geographically and conceptually, New Zealand-based artist Ophelia Mikkelson Jones allows her work to reflect and celebrate her coastal surroundings. Fluid with medium, Ophelia applies her artistic intentions across a variety of fine art and fashion...
Cotton is Summer
July 8, 2018
Brooke Beaney is the eyes, mind and heart behind Judith store of Maine — the highly regarded multi-brand store that is cherished by its loyal clientele like a dear friend, inevitably due to the fact that they are absolutely treated like one. This powerfully frank and intimate interview reveals the...
April 12, 2018
Forest for the Trees "The entire future of photography is on paper," Gustave Le Gray would declare in 1850. A daring assertion at a time when daguerreotypes dominated. Le Gray was right, and, because of his poetic approach and technological innovating in the medium, he would establish himself as a...