Bushwick Open Studios 2014

Posted on May 30, 2014 in Events | No Comments
Bushwick Open Studios 2014

  Outer Space #217 at Bushwick Open Studios Saturday & Sunday, May 31–June 1, 2014 12:00pm–7:00pm Brooklyn Fireproof 119 Ingraham Street #217 L train to Morgan Avenue Facebook Event As I mentioned in my Guide to Summer post, one of my favorite events of the year is Bushwick Open Studios. You wake up early on […]

Lenora Jayne’s 2014 Guide to Summer in NYC

Posted on May 23, 2014 in Events, NYC | No Comments
Lenora Jayne’s 2014 Guide to Summer in NYC

  Ready for summer yet? I have been spending countless lunch breaks scouting out stylish-yet-work-appropriate shorts, so it must be near! New Yorkers have a special relationship with summer. We suffer skyscraper wind tunnels and ankle-deep black slush puddles in order to relish in the glorious buffet of free concerts, films, fireworks, parks and outdoor dining options from May-September. It’s […]

The Walk of Fame: Going to Work (or Class) the Next Day With Your Dignity Intact

Posted on May 9, 2014 in Life | No Comments
The Walk of Fame: Going to Work (or Class) the Next Day With Your Dignity Intact

Post originally written for Kevin Bracken at GymSurfing You know the story: You start chatting up that babe on the dancefloor, buy a drink or two, and one thing leads to another and you’re making out in a cab on the way back to their apartment. The morning after, you’re peeling open sticky eyes with ten […]

New Yorker Problems

Posted on Feb 21, 2014 in Artwork | No Comments
New Yorker Problems

New comic, inspired by the treachery that is trying to find a specific black shirt in my closet. (Click through for full-size if it’s hard to read.) I’ve got some more comics, here, too.

Art for Joro Boro’s Remix of Cannibal

Posted on Dec 30, 2013 in Design, Music | No Comments
Art for Joro Boro’s Remix of Cannibal

Continuing with the “Cannibal” project I’ve been working on, I was recently invited to design the art for the remix of Cannibal, which was devilishly crafted by NYC producer and DJ, Joro Boro. Former Bulgarian Bar resident and self-described “crunk charlatan”, Joro’s sounds deftly weave ‘global’ stylings with glitchy West-Coast bass. This particular track is […]

A Feast of Flesh

Posted on Nov 5, 2013 in Design, Photography | No Comments
A Feast of Flesh

If you know me, you know that I’ve been a longtime collaborator with musician and creator-about-town, Natti Vogel. I’ve designed and did the photography for one of his very early EP releases, and one again I had the opportunity to reprise that role for his Cannibal release earlier in the summer. I forget sometimes, what […]

Weekend Problems

Posted on Jul 30, 2013 in Illustration | No Comments
Weekend Problems

It’s been awhile, and I was inspired last night to sketch up a new comic, inspired by the problems of being a rather social introvert. It’s kind of an interesting problem to have, especially as an event promoter, but it never seems to quite work out the way I want it to …

Saturn Bound

Posted on Mar 7, 2013 in Saturn Bound | No Comments
Saturn Bound

A few of y’all have asked me, recently: “So, what is Saturn Bound?”, and I thought I’d explain. For most of my youth, I wanted to be an astronaut. There’s something about the idea of outer space that captures our collective imagination, more so than ever. Even now, as the government continues to cut funding […]

Winter Photoshoot with Najva Sol

Posted on Jan 22, 2013 in LenoraJayne | One Comment
Winter Photoshoot with Najva Sol

  In an attempt to update and unify my photos on my site (and social media) I put out a little “call for collaboration” on my Facebook page, a few weeks ago. I figured it would be fun to get out, work with photographers, do a little concept development and just generally get some nice […]

Update: Autopilot, art, acceleration.

Posted on Dec 21, 2012 in News | One Comment
Update: Autopilot, art, acceleration.

It’s been a wild few weeks, bittersweet but beautiful. I can’t even figure out where to start. Most saliently, I found myself waking up last Friday to news of a horrific mass-shooting in the town where I grew up. A town that, up until a week ago, if I had told you the name, you […]