Tag Archives: Jess Rotter

Searching For Sugarman

If you are like me, you love the story of how and why artists create work almost as much as the work itself. Whenever I discover something new that I like, I tend to delve into biographical research to find out more about the person behind the art. I remember when I first discovered the [...]

Music and Murals

Jess Rotter is an illustrator who lives in Brooklyn. Not only does she run a successful t-shirt line, producing shirts with her own illustrations based on vintage record covers, but she is also the head of publicity at the music label Mexican Summer. Through her job, she travels to shows and music festivals around the [...]

Rotter & Friends x Dossier

Dossier‘s most recent issue features T. Cole Rachel in conversation with the legendary Stevie Nicks. In the interview, among other things, Stevie talks about the long-running NYC event Night of a 1000 Stevies, a costume ball full of ethereal Stevie Nicks gypsies. To accompany the feature, Brooklyn-based illustrator Jess Rotter has collaborated with Dossier through [...]

Magazine Party

Over the last few months, our friend Jill Bradshaw (formerly of I Heart) has been putting together a new side project, Magazine Party. An extension of Glenn O’Brien’s TV Party, Magazine Party aims to hold back from that technically slick feel that defines so many modern publications. Instead it takes a more DIY approach, focusing on [...]

Design Downtown

Tonight our friends Myriah and Nadia have the opening of their first ever Nightwood store. In addition to their furniture, they have some incredibly talented friends showing and selling their works, as well as a series of  bi-weekly events and workshops in conjunction with Design Sponge. Please see the attached flyer for more info and to sign up. You can [...]