Straight from our second Cooks and Chefs issue (and nominated in the James Beard Awards’ Humor category), hilarious LP columnist Lisa Hanawalt tags along with Wylie Dufresne at his Lower East side restaurant wd~50 and documents her experience in illustrated form in a piece called, “On the Trail with Wylie.”
This is part of a series that we are running on Medium showcasing the seven pieces from Lucky Peach that were nominated for James Beard Books, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards this year.
Pick Me Up is drawing ever nearer and for those that won’t be attending I thought I’d share with you the print I’ve made for it. Available to buy from Comms Bureau room along with prints from a whole host of talented folks.
I’m also playing some records on the 4th of May and if you’d like to listen you can do so by visiting www.commsbureau.co.uk on the 4th of May from 1-3pm.
American director, best known for his films Johnny Guitar and Rebel Without a Cause. He made a number of movies from 1947 to 1963, which became influential to the French New Wave, but after this period he was never able to finish another project. His last unfinished work was a sprawling, collaborative experimental film called We Can’t Go Home Again. He was married several times and had affairs with both men and women, including something of a spiritual affair with James Dean. His work often deals with characters who are social misfits, and in Rebel Without a Cause, the character of Plato can be seen as film’s first gay teenager.