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strange meditation- styled by corwin

styled by


photographer/stylist: corwin peck

model: peter 


beacons buyer corwin peck has an abstract sense of humor that keeps both his fellow co-workers and customers entertained. this week he applies his weirdly-ness to our “styled by” holiday edition.


peter looks so slick in a suit! do you know who he’s calling on the banana phone?

yes of course i know who peter is calling on the organic costa rican banana phone. peter is calling his friend jeff who had recently borrowed his kite and hasn’t (as of yet) returned it.


what’s happening in the soccer field?

it’s a meditation circle. peter is surrounded by ipods.

what do you consider a guy’s closet staple?

black denim that is really fun to look at/touch.

what's your dream girl's look for fall/winter 2013?

oh wow, ok, she just finished a dry martini and is having this incredible steak and is, um, wearing this top with...yeah...and she orders dessert.


you do more than style. tell us about your other creative outlets.

at the moment I’m g-chatting with madeleine askwith trying to figure out how to carry out projects i proposed to an artist. they are: aggregating websites fruit, a map of everytime he missed the point, a sculpture he just made and a ghost-written novella. it’s really hard. also, i curated a show called, “feeding back, weak image,” at skink ink in williamsburg that will go up in a few months as well as participating in a group show in february at peninsula art space in red hook.

what’s your favorite holiday tv special or movie?

roman polanski’s tess/will ferrell’s elf 


what did you wear to the beacons holiday party?

black acne suit with added get out. 


christmas wish?

i wish for truth and warmth under the sun.



corwin peck is a brooklyn-based artist who describes his work as “complicating the relationship between writing, art and the internet.”