We’re excited to see that our friends over at Ghostly International landed a feature in The New York Times, which highlights their innovation in using music merchandising to develop a lifestyle brand. What began as a record label in 1999 has become an arbiter not only of great music, but highly curated artwork, clothes, and accessories. “By being part of a larger conversation — about art, technology, design — we can make our relationship to the world more interesting,” says founder Sam Valenti.
Over the years, we’ve had the pleasure to put on a lot of incredible shows with Ghostly artists – Tycho w/ Com Truise and Heathered Pearls at Cameo Gallery; Gold Panda at Knitting Factory; Shitego, Michna, and Dabrye at Glasslands. We’re proud of you guys – keep doing big things.