Jonathan spotted on 13th and 5th Ave:
Suspenders: Bobkat Vintage, Carroll Gardens/Red Hook, $14
Book: Declan Donnellan, The Actor and the Target, $10
Shirt: Physical Graffiti (LES), $35
Pants: Sparky’s (Albuquerque, NM), $30
Portfolio: $10 from woman on Craigslist selling a chandelier. [Oh the wonders of Craigslist]
Shoes: Funky Monkey (New Orleans, LA), $40
Kalkwerk by Narodowy Stary Teatr (Poland), part of the holy Lincoln Center Festival. [Seems the show got some excellent reviews! Wish I could've gone...although 4 hours is quite long :P]
Eleven (Prince and Bowery)
Where are you from?
How would you describe your style?
What are your summer plans?
More Lincoln Center Festival. Acting work for an independent film. Then, Sat Nam
Rasayan retreat at Mount Shasta with Guru Dev Singh. [So exciting! I aspire to having such summer plans...]
The New School, 35 credits remaining, General Studies
Why we spotted him: Perhaps I have recently been drawn to green pants–first Taimur’s jungle green and now Jonathan’s olive. Green feels original in its unconventionality, and yet so fitting. But of course it wasn’t just the green pants. Armed with the blue suspenders, casually rolled sleeves, paper book in hand, and portfolio, Jonathan appeared as an artist en route to completing a masterpiece. Which is…partially true :). Jonathan was even kind enough to offer me a ticket to the Kalkwerk! Thank you again Jonathan for the ticket and for agreeing to stand in the middle of the dangerous street. And cheers, in general, to the generous and wonderfully dressed. Hoorah!