About John Christian
John Christian Rose is an artist and designer originally from Austin, TX now living in New York. Previously, he’s worked at B.A.D. Studio, SSHH, and Pacific Books. Currently, he’s a design intern at Gander.
http://jcr.nyc
Current city: New York
Other cities: Austin
John Christian Rose is an artist and designer originally from Austin, TX now living in New York. Previously, he’s worked at B.A.D. Studio, SSHH, and Pacific Books. Currently, he’s a design intern at Gander.
 
A great hair salon for queer folk. Hair should be fun, free, and expressive and Vacancy Project offers a safe space for people to act on that.
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The most beautiful antique rugs, blankets, and textiles. It's pricey but for what you get, this spot is a hidden gem for interior designers, decorators, and home-owners in New York.
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