About Luther
Luther is an Art & Motion Director and Illustrator working in Austin with a diverse agency background in film, writing, and visual design for brands like HBO, Patrón, and IFC. He is also a musician under the moniker Wild Vector ( WildVector.co ).
Current city: Austin
Luther is an Art & Motion Director and Illustrator working in Austin with a diverse agency background in film, writing, and visual design for brands like HBO, Patrón, and IFC. He is also a musician under the moniker Wild Vector ( WildVector.co ).
Listed here as a bar, this is actually a brewery offering up a diverse selection of highly original sour-mash beers. I've yet to have something I didn't like in their tight and bustling tasting room, which is surrounded by great East Side eateries, but standouts are the Spirit Animal (sour pale) and the Professor Black (sour cherry stout). They also have a fun, short brewery tour on the weekends that's worth checking out.
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A recent addition on the far edge of Austin's over-gentrified East Side, this converted gas station offers tasty small eats and a reasonable drink menu (though a bit light on taps), but anything it lacks in selection it makes up for in good vibes and a nicely mixed clientele. A bit on the pricey side, but they have an exceedingly pleasant outdoor seating area and a 'convenience store' of refrigerated products and odds & ends.
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One of the best places in Austin for some uncomplicated Tex-Mex nestled in the old growth heart of Austin's charming Hyde Park neighborhood. Great chicken soup, enchiladas, or Mexican Martinis and perfect atmosphere. Ideal for porch sitting and people watching. Cash only, but there's an ATM on premises.
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A great selection of top-end vintage synths and electronic instruments are in constant rotation at Switched On. Unlike some music stores, the vibe is always pretty chill and strolling in to mess around with whatever new keyboards or drum machines are on display at the time feels encouraged and non-judgemental. They also always have a nice array used of pedals and accessories to check out. On central, too-hip East Ceasar Chaves, it's also not too out of the way for the odd drop-in.
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There's plenty of debate in Austin about the best breakfast tacos, and you can get them almost literally anywhere, but I personally love Taco Deli's fresh, local, high-quality ingredients and unfussy style. You can make cases for more authenticity, but TD's hard to beat for convenient, consistent, delicious tacos. My pick is the Migas Royal plate (local-tip: beat the crowds by calling in your order on the way and skipping the line)
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Wheather starting or ending your day, this near East coffee shop / taproom has some of the best of whatever you're after. One of the first establishments to brave a then-emerging neighborhood, it's now surrounded by walkable shops and restaurants. A great porch for chilling and a pretty good spot to plug in a laptop and get some work done.
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There are a few good guitar shops in Austin, but South Austin Music is a pleasantly unpretentious spot where you don't feel too weird picking up an instrument and the staff don't hover too much. The aging building and over-stuffed isles give the store a busy charm and it's easy to get lost playing their wide selection of guitars and basses. Prices aren't amazing, but there are good deals to be had.
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Photographer in Austin, Texas.
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Ana is a wardrobe stylist based in Austin and the Bronx. She styles for print, editorial, commercials and more. She is Mexican-American, fluent in Spanish & English & loves working on bilingual sets. Ana has synesthesia, and considers her relationship to color and texture an integral part of her creative process. She also enjoys prop styling, art direction and set design. Her work has been published in Vogue, Allure, Self, Inc. and she counts Outdoor Voices, Condé Nast and Whole Foods as clients. She's had the pleasure of dressing a variety of artists throughout her 14yr career including Kawhi Leonard, Nipsey Hussle, Les Twins & Diane Nukuri. Since 2017 she's worked with Nicole Trunfio & Shakey Graves, styling them for editorial projects, tours and music videos.
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Barry Stone makes pictures in the forms of photographs, drawings, collage, and paintings. Born in Lubbock and raised in Spring, Texas, he currently lives in Austin with his wife and two girls after a brief six-year stint in Brooklyn, New York. His work has recently been shown at Art Palace Gallery, Houston, and is represented by Klaus von Nichtssagend in New York. Barry is the coordinator of the Photography Department in the School of Art and Design at Texas State University-San Marcos.
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I'm an Austin based writer director.
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