Just In Time

In his anticipated show at Longnecker Gallery, ‘Time Machine: Through the Walls of a Time Traveler,’ which runs through Nov. 22, painter Justin Garcia’s famous abstracts morph into something surprisingly literal: weathered walls and doors rich with the patina of age. The message seems to be that beauty is timeless, and that unique moments of self-expression are the signs of distinct character. Kind of like a man in a classic suit, reinterpreted to reflect his personal style.

Shirt, $245, by Vince at Neiman Marcus; quilted nylon jacket, $90, by Perry Ellis; suit, $5,590, by Brioni at Neiman Marcus; pocket square, $65, by Eton at Neiman Marcus; shoes, $625, by Gucci; diving watch, $3,700, by Bell & Ross at Zadok Jewelers.

Photos by Steven Visneau


Styling by Todd Ramos

Hair by Zackery Chapa

Makeup by Edward Sanchez

Shot on location at Le Méridien Houston Downtown

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