The Ponytail Show with Robert Sukrachand

Robert Sukrachand is a New York City and Chiang Mai based furniture designer. Since launching his first collection in 2015 Robert has created mixed material works that blend divergent material and cultural influences. Our theme music is by E.L. Mahon The Ponytail Show · "The Ponytail Show" E...

The Ponytail Show: Champ Ensminger

Champ Ensminger is a Thai American filmmaker born in Chiang Mai and raised in Spokane, Washington. His recent documentary, 'Yai Nin' is a documentary short film about Ninlawan Pinyo, a Thai businesswoman whose success making naem (pork sausage) propelled her family to America. Streaming now on V..…

The Ponytail Show: Chris Gentile

Chris Gentile is founder of Pilgrim Surf Supply, est. Brooklyn in 2012. He has spent his career as artist, woodworker, and Creative Director of the Condé Nast photography studio. The Pilgrim Surf Supply Universe explores a type of friction that leads to critical thought, which then, ideally, cha..…

The Ponytail Show: Tin and Ed

Tin and Ed are Australian artists and creative technologists based in New York. They use art to envision the world through a lens of interconnectedness. They are current members of NEW INC, the art and technology incubator run by the New Museum. Our theme music is by E.L. Mahon. Ponytail Jo...

THE PONYTAIL SHOW: FOREST ECKLEY

Forest Eckley is co-founder of Glasswing Shop in Seattle, a community-focused retailer of artisanal clothing and objects. He and his collaborators also run a plant shop called Glasswing Greenhouse; Canyon Creek Cabins - a cabin retreat in the nearby mountains; and make furniture under the name Brac…
LYN AND TONY DO ‘SCENTED INTOXICATION’ / TOTAL IMMERSION

LYN AND TONY DO ‘SCENTED INTOXICATION’ / TOTAL IMMERSION

Introducing, ’Scented Intoxication’, by Lyn and Tony at the Australian Design Centre. A splendid evolution of their work shooting balmy skinned nudes in the bizarre Australian landscape, to hand making wearable objects that lead you on a smoke trail around the outback by texture and materials. More recently, their play with rawness like repurposed leather impregnated with smell, has made way for full-immersion-scale-strangeness. Win.