Archive for March, 2011

Patrick Cariou spends a decade migrating backwards through the thousand year journey of the gypsy people. Starting in Western Europe, through Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and finally to India, Cariou visually documents the varied images of these renegade, survivalist clans. A very authentic, life’s work; a beautiful and an important study of a misunderstood […]

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Seattle based event planners, The Adventure School have posted a profile on 2/3’s of us here at Launderette. These guys are great! Check out the rest of the interview, and the rest of A-School site: Here • What skill do you want to learn? L: Furniture making K: Picking locks • Favorite adventure supply? Ability […]

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Paul’s tribute to Liz Her violet eyes and deep décolletage. Her onyx waves of hair and thick arched brows. Her saucy portrayal of Maggie in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof and as petulant daughter of a rancher, Leslie, in Giant. This is how Launderette chooses to remember Elizabeth Taylor.

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Things fall apart. Phil Harder has shot most of Duluth band, Low’s, videos over the years. Over The Ocean has always been our favorite. The music is calm & beautiful, you’re slightly worried about someone getting beaned by a toaster, Zak Sally’s wearing the hell outta that watch… It all seems appropriate to share this […]

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Certain songs only sound right on tape. Your association of them to a time and place leaves them lacking when heard any other way. In A Big Country & Love Cats should sound muddy, with an appropriate amount of hiss underneath. Perhaps now an aesthetic more than a medium, cassettes made music portable, and we gave […]

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Check out at what’s hot for Spring 2011. Powder blue & golden yellow. Have you seen our new Clipper dress? Just sayin’: 1. Nick & Mo. 2. Rag & Bone Monterrey Dress. 3. Steven Alan Dona Monroe Bird Dress. 4. Sonia Rykiel.  5. Crate & Barrel Petrie Sofa. 6. Farrow & Ball Claydon Blue. 7. […]

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