“Having the right enemies is as important as having the right friends. It shows you have standards and guts. But like friendship, hostility should be one-on-one, not a group thing. Do not proselytize your hatreds. Don’t expect your friends to support your animosities. If an enemy’s name comes up, just say, “We don’t speak.” That speaks volumes, and you may leak further details intriguingly as years go by, artfully revealing the flaws of your nemesis without apparent rhetoric.”—Glenn O’Brien on enemies (via howtotalktogirlsatparties)
It’s always been a dream to go work for Droog - or at least be a fly in their offices (preferably the Amsterdam ones) and soak up some of the brilliance from this think tank. They debuted their Open Houses. Check it:
Currently reading biography on Alice Neel and recently watched documentary by her grandson. Although Neel is better known for her use of blue, I found myself on the hunt for certain shades of orange. Little more vibrant than Hermes, floating somewhere between burnt and neon. This door comes close.