Alexander Klingspor at Lord Willy’s
Interview with artist Alexander Klingspor about his newest painting of me
Step into Lord Willy’s on Mott Street and you’ll find yourself swiftly transported from the noise and grit of the surrounding neighborhood into a cozily ensconced gentleman’s shop that has more in common with the early 20th century than our own era. Through the end of November the store is engaged in a unique project with the Swedish painter Alexander Klingspor, whose canvases recall Degas, Manet and the stylized weirdness of Surrealism. It’s a striking business model: come in for a dapper suit and leave with a work of art that’s equally as upscale. I chatted with Klingspor about why his paintings make sense for this refined den of commerce.
I had the pleasure to be in this wonderful film by street artist Lillian Lorraine!
Watch in HD on the vimeo site — its worth it.
“Waiting for the Train to Lillian Lorraine’s!”
The girl’s dream of what the future holds for them when they become one of Lillian Lorraine’s girls. Please watch full screen and HD to enjoy!
a film by street artist Lillian Lorraine
produced by Moonweasel Productions
A Telephone Call by Dorothy Parker
performed by Syrie Moskowitz
directed by Avram Ludwig of the Actor’s Studio
at The Night of the Telephone by the Green Door Players