14th January 2014

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crystal energies

08th October 2013

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Nuit Blanche chromatherapy Danielle Meder

05th October 2013

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Chromatherapy: Chromatherapy SS14 Trend Report!

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Rea sez:

Karl was in a gallery, and he felt the need to connect with his inner CMYK palette. The paint chip complexity is astounding. He is rocking the rainbow at an advanced chromaphile level. Truly inspiring.

Danielle sez:

For those who can’t choose a single colour, Karl says…

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chromatherapy

29th September 2013

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"Girls Keep Swinging" for the "David Bowie is" AGO opening party animated GIFs installation. You can see all the GIFs here.

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20th September 2013

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chromachakra:

NOW YOU KNOW WHAT’S UP.

chromachakra:

NOW YOU KNOW WHAT’S UP.

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chromatherapy

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artstarstv:

Colour Me Chromatherapy at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 
Uber-talented fashionistas Danielle Meder and Rea McNamara are hosting a refreshing event at this year’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche - chromatherapy.
Join them at Proper Reserve, 498 Queen St. W, from Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. to Oct. 6 at 7 a.m. for an all-nite sensation where participants get a customized illustration of their future self.

artstarstv:

Colour Me Chromatherapy at Scotiabank Nuit Blanche

Uber-talented fashionistas Danielle Meder and Rea McNamara are hosting a refreshing event at this year’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche - chromatherapy.

Join them at Proper Reserve, 498 Queen St. W, from Oct. 5 at 7 p.m. to Oct. 6 at 7 a.m. for an all-nite sensation where participants get a customized illustration of their future self.

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chromatherapy scotiabank nuit blanche

28th April 2013

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IRL Update

Earlier this month, I got hired as the Lifestyle Editor for BLOUIN ARTINFO Canada.

I’m appreciating the return to writing — eons ago, I was a style columnist with the now-defunct alt weekly EYE, so it’s fun to write about the fashunz once again.

You can read whatever I write here: http://ca.blouinartinfo.com/tags/rea-mcnamara

As a result of the new gig, I’m taking a break from my social interventions. Me luv the parties, but mama’s gotta get her munny.

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leonard cohen tulips spring the beautiful losers

18th April 2013

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listeningtorecords:

Terry Callier - What Color is Love (1973)
Like the artist himself, the music on this brilliant album defies all categories, embracing Terry Callier’s wide range of influences and experiences. Callier’s musical kaleidoscope is filled with funk, rock, folk, jazz, and even classical influences. “Dancing Girl” opens the album with Charles Stepney’s majestic orchestration. This opus is the album’s pinnacle, moving with soft intensity toward soul-stirring crescendos. Songs like “What Color Is Love” and “Ho Tsing Mee (A Song of the Sun),” an elegant antiwar prayer of confusion, somehow avoid clichés or take them to another level. “You Goin’ to Miss Your Candyman” was made popular by Urban Species when they sampled it on “Listen” in the early ’90s, and not surprisingly, it sounds better in its original form. No matter where you turn, Callier’s passionate voice captures the sweeping drama of the human condition. A lost romantic amid “concrete front yards,” this album is a must-have for any music connoisseur.

listeningtorecords:

Terry Callier - What Color is Love (1973)

Like the artist himself, the music on this brilliant album defies all categories, embracing Terry Callier’s wide range of influences and experiences. Callier’s musical kaleidoscope is filled with funk, rock, folk, jazz, and even classical influences. “Dancing Girl” opens the album with Charles Stepney’s majestic orchestration. This opus is the album’s pinnacle, moving with soft intensity toward soul-stirring crescendos. Songs like “What Color Is Love” and “Ho Tsing Mee (A Song of the Sun),” an elegant antiwar prayer of confusion, somehow avoid clichés or take them to another level. “You Goin’ to Miss Your Candyman” was made popular by Urban Species when they sampled it on “Listen” in the early ’90s, and not surprisingly, it sounds better in its original form. No matter where you turn, Callier’s passionate voice captures the sweeping drama of the human condition. A lost romantic amid “concrete front yards,” this album is a must-have for any music connoisseur.

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terry callier listening to records

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