Space 15 Twenty

NEWS:

What's Happening: The Farmhouse Publishing Presents... "Shoot it Yourself" Book Release Party


The Farmhouse Publishing Presents… "Shoot it Yourself" Book Release Party and Show Sunday, April 13th 4 - 8 pm

Music by:
- DANGERS
- Bouquet
- TUNA (dj)

Food by:
- Pure Luck Pop Up
- Clara Cakes

FREE admission
Limited capacity
Pre-order the book to jump the line

More info:
http://farmhouse.co/
Book photographs: Ignacio Galvez Photography
RSVP via Facebook here.

. . .

Space 15 Twenty (Hennessey + Ingalls)
1520 Cahuenga Blvd
LA, CA 90028

T - 04.11.2014 File under - Art, Books, Events, Hennessey + Ingalls, Music

What's Happening: Ma Yansong Book Signing Presented by Hennessey + Ingalls



Ma Yansong of MAD Architects Book Signing Presented by Hennessey + Ingalls

Thursday, April 10th 6:30 - 9 pm

In the Courtyard of Space 15 Twenty
Hennessey + Ingalls
1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles 90028

T - 04.07.2014 File under - Books, Events, Hennessey + Ingalls

Hennessey + Ingalls x Phaidon Press Present an Evening with Stephen Shore



Hennessey + Ingalls x Phaidon Press Present an Evening with Stephen Shore

A presentation of images from his new book "From Galilee to the Nagev" will be on display plus signed copies of his books to be purchased before the official release date.

Thursday, April 24th 7-10 pm

7 pm slideshow presentation plus reception and signing to follow.

Space 15 Twenty Courtyard
Hennessey + Ingalls
1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028

. . .

Stephen Shore is a pioneering photographer and influential teacher. From Galilee to the Negev is an intimate portrait of a multi-faceted place, exploring the landscape of Israel and the West Bank; its complexities and its contradictions. Shore traveled the length and breadth of the region, questioning and revealing through his camera lens. His visual inquiry explores the landscape itself and the people who live in it – the daily lives and the narratives that combine to create this fascinating place – at once beautiful and ugly, safe and hostile. A selection of texts by a diverse range of writers – who have each selected one photograph as a spring board – will be interspersed amongst the photographs, offering a gathering of voices and perspectives.

T - 03.25.2014 File under - Art, Books, Hennessey + Ingalls

What's Happening: Hennessey + Ingalls Book Signing and Presentation with LA Architects



Please join us Thursday February 27th for a book launch celebration, presentation, discussion and book signing with L.A. architects:

ANNIE CHU
JOE DAY
NEIL DENARI
MING FUNG
GRAIG HODGETTS

on the relationship between Hollywood, Industry, and Architecture as discussed in their authored chapters in the new book, "L.A. [Ten]: Interviews on Los Angeles Architecture 1970s - 1990s". Event introduced and moderated by Author/Editor Stephen Phillips.

This event will be hosted at our Hollywood Store Location with the panel discussion taking place in our courtyard and the reception / signing taking place in the bookstore.

RSVP via Facebook here.

. . .

Hennessey + Ingalls at Space 15 Twenty
1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles 90028

T - 02.26.2014 File under - Hennessey + Ingalls

What's Happening: Hennessey + Ingalls 34th Annual Sale!



Hennessey + Ingalls
34th Annual Sale!

20% off everything in-store and online.

Starts Saturday, November 2nd through Sunday, November 10th.

http://www.hennesseyingalls.com/


. . .

Hennessey + Ingalls at Space 15 Twenty
1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd.
Los Angeles 90028

T - 11.01.2013 File under - Events, Hennessey + Ingalls, Sale

Reads: Mass Appeal



With a foundation in creative instigation, Mass Appeal magazine was spawned from the tattooed walls and ink stained subways of a now bygone ear. Founded by Patrick Elasik (1979-2005) and Adrian Moeller in 1996, what began as a graffiti zine evolved into much more, a publication truly by and for opinion leaders, trendsetters, risk takers and rule breakers.



Mac Miller and Schoolboy Q take the cover on Issue 53, with a duo interview about their ongoing careers. Discussing how they first met and most importantly, how they have grown together as artists in the music industry.



With Mass Appeal's deep roots in urban culture, they spoke with the respected designers behind the streetwear brands that have taken their passion into a reality. Jeff Staple and Grotesk share each of their stories and how they have learned from starting a business that fell into their laps. 

Jeff Staple encourages his supporters and young artists, "to recognize when one [opportunity] is in your face-and then grab it. [I] think thats the skill set that young people should try to develop."

Well said, Jeff.



Having your work recognized as a graffiti artist is essential. Sabekst and Kazewar took their signature tag to the next level, by writing their name in lights. Their ongoing photography project series has taken them from New York and other major cities. Equipped with LED lights and a camera set for long exposures, these artists have documented their graffiti through photographs.



From the words of Editorial Director, Sacha Jenkins, this issue is packed. As much as I would like to feature all of my favorites from this magazine, it's something worth holding in your own hands. With a strong background in hip-hop culture, Mass Appeal has generated a dialogue taken from the streets on different perspectives of music, art and style. From the looks of the magazine, you may judge that it only caters to the youth culture. But thats not what it's about. Mass Appeal is about forward thinking and being an influence part-taking today's creative social culture.

Purchase Mass Appeal online or at our Hennessey + Ingalls shop.

Mass Appeal
Contact
Facebook
YouTube
Twitter 
Tumblr 
Instagram

. . .

1520 North Cahuenga Blvd 
Los Angeles, CA 90028 

Maria DeGuzman 
mariavdeguzman@gmail.com




westtsidestory - 10.24.2013 File under - Art, Books, Fashion, Hennessey + Ingalls, Magazines, Music, People, Photo

New Reads: Tune Magazine

Having street style does not automatically mean that, anything worn on the streets is not considered street style or street wear. Rather there is no exact blueprint to be categorized as having street style.

Then, what is street style?

Street style is defined by what is not generic.




Tune magazine is a Japanese based magazine with a collection of authentic street style photos. Japan is one of the major growing fashion hubs worldwide. In a country filled with exhilarating energy, culture, and an incredible amount of consumerism- each of these photographs narrate a story.



That is what art is suppose to do, right? The purpose of art is to speak. Whether art is speaking to you, or speaking for you- its quite a feeling. Dressing up each day is an art form expression. Its up to you to use your own voice.









Despite your own personal taste, you have to admit that after looking at these photos, street style is an undeniable recognizable look that does not discriminate race, age or gender. It is an unspoken agreement to artists worldwide.

Purchase the Tune magazine online or at our Hennessey + Ignalls.

Tune Magazine
contact
twitter
. . .

1520 North Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028


Maria DeGuzman
mariavdeguzman@gmail.com

westtsidestory - 10.17.2013 File under - Art, Books, Clothes, Fashion, Hennessey + Ingalls, Magazines, People, Photo, Trends

New Reads: Offscreen



Offscreen is an ‘old-fashioned’ magazine in high-quality print, exploring the life and work of people that create websites and apps. They tell the less obvious human stories of creativity, passion and hard work that hide behind every interface.

Finally! An insight on creators, and specialists a part of the new technology that we use everyday in our work life and simply making life easier. In Issue 6, they spoke to designer and start-up advisor Daniel Burka, Adobe's vice-president of products Jeff Even, The Verge co-founder and editor-in-chief Joshua Topolsky; indie artist and Big Cartel co-founder Matt Wigham; Tumblr's Berlin-based director for international development, Jenna Brinning; and Jon Lax, co-founder of Canadian digital agency Teehen+Lax. 




Benefits of a messy desk: Creativity! You'd be surprise to find out how most of these digital designers keep their space not so tidy. Post-it notes, sketches, and gadgets- everything to keep them stimulating for new ideas.



Multi-tasking in between projects and answering Skype conference calls is just a small dosage of what goes on, on a daily basis for pixel artist and code wizards.



Offscreen is a different take on exploring and discovering the fundamentals of digital products by revealing it off screen- in a tangible print magazine. Reading it in a physical copy brings a human connection and goes beyond than just reading the "About" section of the website. Kai Brach, publisher and web designer, has found the marriage between technology and the web to bring a valuable experience to print magazines. From discussing ideas and personal stories to collaborations and digital designer's ambitions- Offscreen magazine provides a tasteful and intelligent approach to savvy and curious internet users worldwide.

Photos courtesy of Fabian Tempel and Harald Volkl.

You can purchase Offscreen Magazine at our Hennessey + Ingalls store or online.

Offscreen Magazine
Contact
Facebook
Twitter
Tumblr

. . .

1520 North Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

Maria DeGuzman
mariavdeguzman@gmail.com




westtsidestory - 09.26.2013 File under - Books, Hennessey + Ingalls, Magazines, People, Photo

New Reads: Frankie Magazine



Frankie magazine is a national bi-monthly based in Australia, aimed at women (and men) looking for a magazine that’s as smart, funny, sarcastic, friendly, cute, rude, arty, curious and caring as they are. Frankie magazine covers design, art, photography, fashion, travel, music, craft, interiors and real-life stories.

In Issue 54, you can indulge in meeting all sorts of creative folks from filmmaker Rhys Mitchell, to performer Vachel Spirason, and fashion designer Alexandra Kovac. They discuss what makes them tick, advice (the good and the bad), life mottos and pet peeves.



Another inspiring visionary, Trevor Hawkins brings to life his journey to Rwanda. What started as a business trip to bring money to Africa, ended up being a humbling experience for Trevor. Despite Rwanda's rep for genocide and poverty, the locals seemed happy and full of life. The entire country lives by the motto of 'Never forget'.  Check out the video below:


RWANDA from MAMMOTH on Vimeo.

Your backyard may not be as green and lush as those beautiful landscapes in Africa, but Frankie does teach you a little thing or two about eating weeds. Thats right, weeds. Weeds surprisingly have a lot of nutrients and healing properties.





On the topic of gardening, German illustrator, Angela Dalinger, paints imaginary flowers that have made their way to the cover of Issue 54. Most paintings of plants are her own creation, and some are from memory. All of her paintings can be found on her blog.



You can definitely get a sense of Australians' cheeky and witty humor through the small lighthearted articles throughout the magazine like: An Open Letter to My High School Boyfriend, How to Be 20-something, and Let's Be Friends to keep you laughing and entertained throughout the magazine.

Purchase Frankie magazine at our Hennessey + Ingalls store or online.

Frankie magazine

contact
facebook
twitter

. . .

1520 North Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028


Maria DeGuzman

mariavdeguzman@gmail.com

westtsidestory - 09.19.2013 File under - Art, Books, Fashion, Hennessey + Ingalls, Magazines, People, Photo, Travel

New Reads: VIA Publication



VIA Publication is a quarterly magazine and online platform that documents visual art, music, and food culture within contemporary LA life. They publish and archive original content brought forth by their staff and contributors.



Leah Shirley is featured for her artwork, which are photographs known as colorgrams that documents a personal moment according to time and place. Her attention to detail for lighting highlights the basis of photography. These beautiful colorgrams were conceived in a darkroom, where light particles and waves hit the light-sensitive color photographic paper.



A list of local and emerging artists among the music scene in Los Angeles is found in this issue. From ambient to electric and pop, there is a musical taste for everyone. Featuring Mystic RabbitHaim, Gothic Tropic, and Beach Party




Speaking of taste, the founders of Thank You For Coming, share their mission on the importance of community at their new restaurant and volunteer-run food and art hybrid in Atwater Village. It’s an interesting concept worth getting involve and encourages residences to use this space to experiment with food together.



VIA Publication makes you feel apart of the LA community, even if you're not an Angeleno. Highlighting upcoming artists and sub cultures, VIA Publications is showing you more than just the surface about the LA lifestyle. They cherish individuals that share their own passion projects, making this magazine a worthwhile read. 

You can purchase VIA Publication at our Hennessey + Ingalls store or online.

VIA Publications
contact
facebook
twitter
instagram

. . .

1520 North Cahuenga Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028




westtsidestory - 09.12.2013 File under - Art, Books, Food, Hennessey + Ingalls, Magazines, Photo

EVENTS:

4/2014
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30

RSS