Diner Journal

SAVEUR

Thank you Saveur Magazine for including Diner Journal as part of

“16 Great Indie Food Magazines.”

Be sure to browse the whole list here

THE SILVER LINING

Take a minute from frantic shopping to step out of the cold and check out the great new show at This Must Be The Place.

There is an entire room open to your interpretation. To me it feels like floating under the sea-without getting wet. To some (like my mother) that would be a nightmare, but if you’re anything like me, this is a dream and the next best to the real thing. We still can’t breathe under water, but if we could-that’s where I’d be.

CATCHING UP WITH DERICK HOLT

Brooklyn Magazine recently caught up with designer Derick Holt to talk about his trials and tribulations, and his foray into design in New York City.

Derick began his relationship with the Diner family through dishwashing yet quickly grew to all things design and identity.

Thank you for designing such a beautiful and original relationship along the way.

For the Brooklyn Magazine full article, “From Dishwasher to Designer” click here

HALF HITCH GOODS : PERFECT PAIRING

Happy to see that Half Hitch Goods included our summer issue of Diner Journal for a perfect pairing for the “down home” chef!

See the entire post here

ART OPENING AT THIS MUST BE THE PLACE

Group show with works from Jee Young Sim, Johnny Edlund, Damon Ginandes & Dennis McNany

Thursday Dec. 13th. 8PM 3rd Floor above Marlow & Sons

Wine, Beer, Good Folks, Sweet Jams.

This Must Be The Place.

81 Broadway, Brooklyn 11211

CLOSING RECEPTION!

Let’s get together this evening for the final night of our November presentation,

PROCESSING
Fabricator. Artist. Engineer. Architect. Designer.
Drink, View and Be Merry
Tonight from 5-7 at This Must Be the Place
81 Broadway, Third Floor. Brooklyn, NY

IF YOU FIND YOURSELF IN LOS ANGELES

Stop by the Mohawk General Store for the “Mohawk Holiday Market” that will be offering a wonderful curation of made in America gifts open now through January 5th.

In addition to featuring Diner Journal, the shop features ceramics from Mt Washington Pottery and Roger and Kat Lee, Stan Bitters, Alma Allen, Juniper Ridge, Mohawk Found Objects, Mohawk Library, fiber art by Brook & Lyn, planters by Score & Solder, army blankets from Faribault Woolen Mills and many more.
Mohawk General Store 4011 W Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles www.mohawkgeneralstore.com

PERSIMMONS AND JOURNALS

Spotted at Grandma and Grandpa’s

JUST A PEEK

The gallery is full with artifacts this month-this is just a taste.

Come on up to This Must Be the Place and discover something new..

ALL NOVEMBER AT THIS MUST BE THE PLACE

PROCESSING
Fabricator. Artist. Engineer. Architect. Designer.
These terms are used to define professions that today have very porous boundaries. Often an architect also builds. A designer often fabricates. These hybrids occur most frequently when scale is small; where one person must wear many hats, confounding definition even further.
Instead of using titles to understand what someone does, it might be more useful to look at their process.
Process in this context is a map of where one has been. By looking at it, we perceive a way of thinking, a mode of operation tailored by necessity.
This show gathers an array of physical artifacts, which are marks on such a map.

 

Takeshi Miyakawa
Michael Iannantuono
Kristi Sword
Seth Rosko
James Dieter
Aaron Linnen
Andrew Rumpler
Sunday November 11 4PM at This Must Be the Place 81 Broadway, Third Floor, Brooklyn, New York