Macaulay Culkin has opened the doors of his trippy New York apartment-turned-art studio. The 32-year-old former child star, who looks considerably healthier than he did this time last year, posed inside his $2million SoHo pad for Bullet magazine. But while most would do a little tidying up before letting cameras into their home, Mr Culkin seemed happy with the litter-strewn look, leaving 'cigarette piles.. alcohol bottles and half-emptied cans of Red Bull' kicking around. He also decided to wear a bizarre outfit for the occasion topping off his 'artist at work' guise with a shoulder-length peroxide blonde wig and Jackie O sunglasses. Mr Culkin explained that he snapped up the roomy 5,100-square-foot condo, described as a 'playground workspace', because it reminded him of the 1988 film Big. 'After seeing Big, I wanted a loft space with an elevator that opened directly into my apartment, just like Tom Hanks did,' he said. 'After seeing Big, I wanted an elevator that opened directly into my apartment, just like Tom Hanks did' A Nineties theme runs throughout the place with Nickelodeon game-show decor and a wacky Nintendo-themed room. Mr Culkin - who is worth a reported $15million - isn't the only one to live at the flat and it is also home to his friends Adam Green and Toby Goodshank. Mr Green and Mr Goodshank are both former members of the indie rock band Moldy Peaches. The trio got together last February to form the art collective Three Men and a Baby (3MB).
Publicado: 02-02-2013 12:04 AM
Mr Culkin explained at the time: 'We cleared out everything, laid down plastic and went a little nuts at the art supply store.' Their debut show titled Leisure Inferno included brightly colored paintings punctuated with Nineties cultural references. Recalling the works on display Bullet writes: 'The cast of Seinfeld standing **noallow** on the Wheel of Fortune; Korn’s lead singer, Jonathan Davis, playing to a surreal crowd that includes E.T. and Wally from the Where’s Waldo series; and Kurt Cobain himself, rendered as a character from the 1995 film Hackers.' Describing 3MB's inspiration Mr Culkin said: 'We took a lot of things from our own youths, from 5 to 25 years old. 'It’s almost self-referential in that we’re referencing ourselves when we’re referencing Hackers. It’s essentially a box within a box.' While their home-turned-studio is stuffed with bright decorations and pots of paint Bullet notes that the place 'feels conspicuously devoid of actual art.' But apparently that's because most of the group’s shared creations are currently on display at Le Poisson Rouge, a bar and gallery space in Greenwich Village.
Publicado: 02-02-2013 12:05 AM
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Publicado: 02-02-2013 12:12 AM