I keep asking William Mullan if he’s sure he’s comfortable. “We don’t have to go through with this,” I say. “It’s not too late to reconsider!” But he assures me he’s ready as...
The apples of an artist’s eye—in pictures
Artist William Mullan’s obsession with apples began in Waitrose in Esher, Surrey. An American kid who moved a lot with his dad’s job, Mullan’s eye was first caught by the Egremont Russet. “It was the ugliest apple I had ever seen. It looked like a gold-sprayed potato. I had to have it. When I ate one, I was overwhelmed, with layers of flavour conjuring the warm cider I drank in the midwest, the roast chestnut stands in London, and the feeling of rolling in rust-coloured leaves on a crisp autumn day.”
Our prints gallery in Industry City was featured in Atlas Obscura. The gallery space was open from November 2019 to January 2020. Read the article here.
"Odd Apples" was profiled in i-D, a British bimonthly magazine published by Vice Media, dedicated to fashion, music, art and youth culture Photographer William Mullan was interviewed about the project. Read the interview here.
We are so proud to have had the first edition of Odd Apples covered by the NYT Style Magazine online, and included in the Sunday Review in print.