6sqft visited our apartment and it was fun. Come in!
Molly: "Turn me into a glistening sultry pomegranate seed of a woman."
Datura: "We can do that."
(The womenfolk of Datura came over and draped me in fine linens and silks.
Very nice of them.)
A picture of Joana with the book that we have birthéd and will soon(ish)
share with the world at large!
In the history of humanity, the vast spectrum of private weirdness has
never been so public. Here's what I think about THAT.
Just another Jewish peddler in the New World, grasping at the seeds
of mobility! Here I am at the Canal Street Market, where you can
now purchase the Periodic Table of NYC Trash.
I published a crossword in the New York Times. Here's a copy for your
New York Magazine featured our Periodic Table of NYC Trash poster in its
holiday gift guide. Neat!
Sotheby's wrote a nice little piece about the Old Master emoji.
Read it to
find out which emoji is most beloved by their head of auction sales.
Our Periodic Table of NYC Trash poster is now available on Etsy, for easy
purchasing and holiday gifting. Enjoy!
Hyperallergic claimed that our stickers are better than Cindy Sherman's
stickers. Look, I'm not taking a side here. You be the judge.
Mentally, Bridget Jones is a teenager. Maybe a tween. I reviewed the new
book for the New York Times Book Review.
National Art Critic Ben Davis at Artnet wrote a very nice post about the lurid
backstory of our Old Masters sticker pack. Take a gander, why dontcha.
Another iOs sticker pack by Molly Young and Teddy Blanks? How many sticker
packs does one woman NEED? The answer is: precisely two. Our second pack
includes 30 stickers for injecting flair into SMS exchanges.
Buy it at the app store for 99 cents.
A picture is worth a thousand words. A thousand words is hard to type with your
thumbs. We made an iOs sticker pack of historical emojis to solve this problem.
The Wall Street Journal called it their "new favorite iOs sticker pack" and it is
available for 99 cents on the app store. Go on, snatch it!
My partner and I collaborated on a post about all of our smelly, unlikable friends
for the New Yorker website. It's nasty, brutish, and short.
Posters are available here.
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