Victory Installation

A Humble Artist & Friend

We invited our friend Ruben Burgess Jr., Sartorialnolift, to create a window installation at our new Victory Park Pop Up. Using readily available chalk markers, he was able to transform once empty windows into something truly memorable with his contoured drawings. Watch the time-lapse above of this magician in action and check him out online below.

To view the installation in person, stop by here.



As a congruent identity for the artist, Ruben Burgess Jr., Sartorialnolift is an ongoing interpretation of the vestiary through contoured drawings.

The core of Sartorialnolift binds and connects the external flow of each line between the movement, body and form of his subjects without lift. Burgess’ adept background in fashion is the greatest influence for his work, however his inspiration is unbound to any one thing.

From domestic to industrial, Sartorialnolift utilizes various materials and loose lines to excavate new meaning into the external perspective of photographic imagery, bringing to life a distinct world of unique, sartorial icons.
















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In the Studio with: Officine 904

HOMETOWN: Tuscany, Italy



In an eclectic Italian factory in the Tuscan countryside, a dialogue between art, fashion, design, and architecture gives rise to new ideas, projects, and products.

Created in 2010 by visionaries Paolo Porcu Rodriguez and Silvia Pavanello, OFFICINE904’s uniquely Italian style laboratory joins incisive concepts with highly refined textures. Following the idea of “less is more” and crafted with minimal lines and unique shapes, each timeless OFFICINE904 creation will become an icon for future generations.



JAN 2016

Artist Visit: Antonio Massarutto


HOMETOWN: Tuscany, Italy


A sculptor and designer based in Tuscany, Antonio Massarutto’s creative endeavors encompass two parallel artistic activities—sculpture and design.


Having established his studio in Cortona—one of 12 Etruscan federated states—he remains inspired by its ancient walls and tombs and finely crafted objects of bronze and terra cotta. The sculptural art of shaping and the design-influenced theory of concept reproduction results in a marriage of form and idea found throughout his work. 






When creating with materials such as bronze, stone and synthetic fibers, he develops a new visual vocabulary and a contemporary design language that expresses his generations’ aesthetic needs and aspirations— simplicity, boldness, and a respect for Italian visual and intellectual heritage.


A graduate of the Art Institute at Cordenons and the Academy of Applied Arts in Milan, Massarutto’s Etruscan-inspired line of jewelry is closer to works of art than they are to decorative artifacts




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Introducing: Bastardo BA


HOMETOWN: Buenos Aires, Argentina


Founded in 2013 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Bastardo is an accessory brand characterized by clean, minimalist shapes and noble materials such as cotton, leather and fur.

Inspired by the city where it is created, Bastardo evolved from its designer Marcelo Yarussi’s passion for aesthetic silhouettes and modern details that create a new design language. As Yarussi seeks inspiration wherever he goes, he travels with a backpack of unconventional materials, allowing each to dictate the product that will emerge.

Expanding into a clothing collection called ENSAYO that launched in 2014, Bastardo is a brand that will appeal to the honest consumer who looks for pieces with a focus on quality and design.



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