Tuesday, January 27, 2009


Loft 910 Presents:

Love and Silence in the Wasteland of Sound
A Valentine's Weekend Multimedia Event

Brooklyn design collective Loft 910 invites you to come share in the love this Valentine's weekend at their latest multimedia extravaganza. From the cats and kittens who brought you Release, Suspend, and Manifest Destinesia - not to mention the infamous Tent City Halloween party - comes Love and Silence in the Wasteland of Sound. Amidst the hum and hustle of the city - chop shops and religious zealots, buses on Bedford and Airbuses in the Hudson - somehow one manages to find true connection: a roaring silence in the wasteland of sound.

Thursday, February 12, through Saturday, February 14. Gallery open from 7-10 pm, performance at 8:30 pm. Suggested donation of $5.

Straight Up and Loft 910 Present:
The Lion
The story of Yimmy the Dummy inspired by the words of Pablo Neruda
Directed by Nik Hunter Wakefield
Video by Theo Macabeo
Starring Camilo Almonacid and Kyla Garcia

Featuring an opening act by Lin Laurin

all performances at 8:30 pm

Gallery Show by Loft 910 Artists in Residence
Photography by Mike Depasquale and Sasha Maslov
Crafts by The Boo Boos, Mama Funk, Darcy Totten and Jasper James

Join us for the after party on Valentine's Day! Our favorite DJs, Doctor Faustus and Nicolai Soudek, spin from 10pm to 3am.

910 Bedford Ave. Floor 3, Brooklyn, NY 11205. (Between Myrtle and Willoughby) Subway: G train to Bedford-Nostrand. Bus: B44
to Myrtle Ave.

For more info, contact us at loft.910@gmail.com

Sir Brendon Willknuts The First

Monday, January 26, 2009

Designed this for my sister's room.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Pictures from the new LOFT910 STUDIO


Friday, January 23, 2009

RR (remembering Robin)

Robin Jonsson
Lin Laurin's Loft 910
Late at night, after the heavy metal doors roll down over the many factories and processing companies in New York's outer-borough industrial parks, the desolate neighborhoods only appear abandoned. In the raw spaces of loft buildings along these treeless streets, artists have found room and inspiration for their greatest creations.
Last year, I found myself just off the elusive G train, wandering along these empty streets, asking a glowing gas station to clarify directions to an art space. When I arrived at Loft 910, an independent design collective in Brooklyn's Clinton Hill neighborhood, I was greeted by Lin Laurin, one of the live/work loft's artists. The tiny, Swedish actress, one of the eight residents who produce a wide-range of multi-media events like last year's Manifest Destenisia, has created such a successful following that guests of their shows often spill onto the broken sidewalk below. The project, named after an imagined condition in which one moves across the country in search of something they entirely forget upon arrival, was a study in the work and experience of New York artists transplanted from San Francisco.
As the director of Loft 910's film and theater department, Lin Laurin, who is currently working on a March production, is no stranger to making and sharing compelling art. Originally from Malmo, Sweden, the actress has trained extensively in Denmark, and under Terry Knickerbocker at the William Esper Studio here in New York. Laurin, who has appeared on Swedish television and in New York theater showcases, is currently focusing on the directing independent films in which she stars, something her clear vision seems perfect for. In the past year Laurin has shot ten of the 15 indie films she's acted in, many of which were screened in New York.
Perhaps living in such a creative environment, one where work and life are constantly merging, is what makes once-industrial lofts a logical home for emerging artists like Laurin. If anything, Loft 910 is pushing lines of the industrial park frontier and is a site for truly unique and valuable artist expression. As the loft continues to gain exposure, I expect Laurin's next great production Suspend – which opens March 15 and features live performances and film screenings on the theme – will surely draw a crowd.
- Rachel Gray

Thursday, January 15, 2009

jan 25 jasper james flyer

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

WE NEED A ROOM MATE FOR FEB 1 the rent 760 you ask why ILL Tell you why sant claous is coming .. ... . . . .no no no ... thats not it let me think O yes  The long rain of design master and chief of constriction, i   ment to say construction is OVER. To the bewildering dismay of the current staff of loft 910 Sir Bredon Wilknuts The First is birthing him self from the creative womb of loft 910 the mother of creation and invention to face the harsh realties of life on his own..

DOn't Go we lOve yoU well fuck it then you never ment any thing to me sob sob crying crying 

snot dribbling 

A dramatic interruption BY mIKe D 


Wednesday, January 07, 2009

hot pressing plastic in prep for making hand bags/manpurss 



Thursday, January 01, 2009