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Pen & Paper: Sam Parker

FeaturesComments ⋅ Aug 27, 2014
A self-proclaimed “obsessive workaholic” who works up to 80 hours a week, Sam Parker is rarely found not making art. In between tattooing, painting and participating in art exhibits, the Minnesota-born artist opened his sketchbook to shar...

Business of Fashion Examines adidas’s “Cool Factor”

FeaturesComments ⋅ Aug 11, 2014
Amid reports of red minuses in adidas’s net profit column for the opening half of 2014, the German giant–and its burgeoning fan base–has been forced to rethink its popular status. Despite its dominance in the World Cup and a bevy of...

Meek Mill – The Progression

FeaturesComments ⋅ Dec 18, 2012
With his album Dreams & Nightmares debuting on the US Billboard 200 chart at number 2 on it’s first week, it’s truly a living testament that hard work does pay off. Just a few years ago, the Philly rhymer explained to us this was some...

David Beckham: Journey to L.A.

FeaturesComments ⋅ Oct 21, 2011
Few will argue the absolute relevance and reach of David Beckham. The former England captain’s almost 20 year career has consistently left fans at the edge of their seat thanks to both on-field performances and a highly documented off-field cel...

Travel Essentials

FeaturesComments ⋅ Jul 15, 2011
When it comes to time to board that long trans-Pacific haul (sitting in economy nonetheless), you can’t help but think, traveling sucks. Crammed into tiny seats with increasingly ridiculous airline fees, terrible food, germ-infested re-circulated air...

CLOT : Travelling Mickey

FeaturesComments ⋅ Jul 7, 2011
Over the course of the last few years, CLOT and Disney have had a fruitful relationship with several large scale projects spanning various Disney franchises. In their latest team-up, CLOT and Disney unite on the Travelling Mickey project which brings...

James Jean: Process Rebus

FeaturesComments ⋅ Jun 24, 2011
To describe James Jean would be difficult. The visual artist has had the distinguished role of creating art through numerous fabrics of culture. Following his graduation from New York City’s School of Visual Art, Jean wasted no time in making his mar...

Swizz Beatz: Reestyle Collective

FeaturesComments ⋅ May 16, 2011
Earlier this year Swizz Beatz spearheaded the launch of Reebok’s all new platform known as the Reestyle Collective.

FUJIFILM X100: A Welcomed Hybrid

FeaturesComments ⋅ May 5, 2011
Conceptually speaking, hybrids have enabled companies to offer an approach to design that enabled it to be progressive without alienating users with design and aesthetics that could potentially be lost on the consumer. In the case of the FUJIFILM X10...

Dr. Romanelli & George Bamford: A Tale of Two Customizers

FeaturesComments ⋅ Apr 28, 2011
United by their knack for customization and re-appropriation, it only makes sense that Dr. Romanelli and George Bamford of BAMFORD WATCH DEPARTMENT are the midst of working together on an upcoming project. We took a particular curiosity in this share...

AIAIAI: Reductive Headphone Design

FeaturesComments ⋅ Apr 26, 2011
At a time when the convergence of lifestyle and head and earphones are at a pinnacle, Danish outfit AIAIAI has worked admirably to offer a quality product beyond just aesthetics. Taking immense pride in their design ethos and the total package, the b...

Humberto Leon: Opening Ceremony Meets Lane Crawford

FeaturesComments ⋅ Apr 11, 2011
In their respective markets, Opening Ceremony and Lane Crawford have both come to represent the pinnacle of fashion retail. Looking back, Lane Crawford has been a prominent player in Hong Kong having officially opened its first doors back in 1850. Si...

CRASH: Trains, Guitars and Luggage

FeaturesComments ⋅ Apr 4, 2011
Graffiti artist John Matos or more commonly known as CRASH has taken the approach of patience and hardwork to create his legacy of art. The cliche notion of organic growth really comes true to some as pioneers ofter plied their trade in an era where...

Tobie Hatfield: The Chef Behind the Nike Free

FeaturesComments ⋅ Mar 29, 2011
Upon the inception of the Free more than half a decade ago, the running shoe from Nike was arguably a step in the performance direction that was unlike any other major sporting brand.

Damian Van Zyll De Jong: Native Shoes

FeaturesComments ⋅ Mar 17, 2011
Based out of Vancouver, Canada, Native Shoes has made massive inroads in a short period of time. With their injection molded EVA shoes, the brand kicked off with several styles based on some iconic profiles.