Brooklyn-based photographer Henry Hargreaves is a master of still life photography. His Band Rider seriesâmade in collaboration with Caitlin Levinâis one of my favorites. Using a Flemish painting style, these photos portrait the food and drink that many famous artists demand in their shows, from Beyonce Knowles and Frank Sinatra to Britney Spears and Busta Rhymes.âJ.
Patrick J. Kiger on Lynsi Snyder, the 31-year-old president of In-N-Out:
And indeed, while Snyder has walked through darkness a few too many times for a woman seemingly born to a life of privilege, her fearless, thrill-loving race car driver side is balanced by an oddly incongruous caution when it comes to running the company she inherited.
“In the business world, I’m much more conservative, much more old-fashioned,” she says. “I’m not as much into taking risk. … On those personality tests, I come out as a choleric-sanguine, a combination of opposites: an organized, careful leader, but also fun-loving and free-spirited.”
Snyder’s conservative, risk-averse side, though, is a good fit for In‑N‑Out Burger, which has two core principles: 1) Don’t change anything, and 2) Concentrate on doing the same things you’ve always done, as well as humanly possible.
In other words, focus on what works.
Jay Rayner: The dreary cult of superfoods makes too many foolish promises. And it ruins a good lunch
Pretty unusual Walmart ad.
Dig this new Cadillac ad. N’est pas.