The Co-Working Space Bringing the Outside In
How young Spanish design duo infused Second Home's Hollywood location—branded as the antithesis of WeWork—with green.
Camp High Is The 'Cozy Cult' We Need Right Now
The brand's founders are Supreme and Burton alums who now make streetwear with an eye toward transcendence.
Taking Time with Mungo Thomson
Conversing on the artist’s archival impulse.
'Bauhaus Beginnings' at the Getty Research Institute
Artists teaching design from first principles.
The Wing's Diverse, Expansive Art Exhibitions Subvert Expectations
The co-working space's art is all by women and non-binary individuals, but don't expect portraits of flowers or babies.
How Catherine Opie's Intensely Personal Art Became Jewelry
The artist gets real with GARAGE about her current inspirations, the state of queer life in Los Angeles, and that epic 2004 'The L Word' cameo.
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Who Is She?: Meet Lilliya Scarlett Reid, An Actress and Artist Who Takes Her Cues From Egon Schiele
The 18-year-old actress and artist stars on 'Chambers', but she still makes time to paint.
Upbeat And Out of Sorts With Waggy Tee
Comme des Garçons and Eckhaus Latta's favorite DIY brand has its roots in Nevada and Arizona thrift stores.
A Brief Interview With This Chanel Surfboard
We caught up with the board in between hitting the waves and the Juul.
'Jennifer Aniston’s Used Book Sale' Imagines The Tabloid Queen’s Library
A new installation by Los Angeles artist Kristen Morgin draws a bizarre, literary portrait of Aniston.
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North Korean Defector Artist Sun Mu’s Lost Utopias
The former propaganda artist for the DPRK regime now lives in South Korea, after swimming to freedom in the 1990s.
Garage Magazine Issue 16
Photographer Paul Mpagi Sepuya's Blurred Lines
The celebrated artist created an exclusive portfolio for GARAGE Issue 16.