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July 6, 2012

Our Type of Lady.

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Share This.Introducing Meg Hitchcock, a painter turned type artist by way of Springfield, Vermont. Now living in Brooklyn with her husband since 2006, Hitchcock is found to be well versed in the destruction of religious text — and that’s just a pragmatic one-sided description of her work. What she really does is transcend our consumption of religion to greater heights; moving us to truly understand and rethink the instrument of Read More

(Fa)ssion: Comme Like The Boys

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Share This.Run Quiet Lunchers…run to a Supreme boutique to cop these like today. This concoction of Comme des Graçon, Supreme New York and Vans are perfect for the scorching heat wave because you will be the coolest on the block. Check out the pics below: Because they are already sold out online, here  are the current locations you can purchase a pair: New York, Los Angeles, Dover Street Market in Read More

I Refuse to Be Depressed or Frustrated!

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Share This.Swiss visual artist Isabelle Krieg merges the field of sculpture and typography to deliver an empowering proclamation. Titled I Refuse to Be Depressed or Frustrated!, the installation is made from burnt branches, plaster, polystyrene, mirrors, and varnish. The entire installation itself reads:  “I Refuse to Be Depressed or Frustrated”

(Fa)ssion: (Con)missary

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Share This.Converse and Missoni are at it again. Peep their latest collaboration featuring 2 dope colors tones slated for Spring / Summer 2013 release. ↓introducing Auckland Racer.↓ We really like the texture of these pair. It has was wild busy but controlled look. Check out the second  colorway style for below for the vibrant ones out there. Something to put on your wish list. LoL. written by Bim Star.↓

Getting Your Butterworth.

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Share This.“Don’t go through life, grow through life.” – Eric Butterworth.

Like You Never Left.

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Share This.Let’s face it, you never really wanted to leave the nest. Okay, maybe you wanted your parents to leave but you always adored the humble abode in which you grew 2 inches in a summer and lost your first tooth — not in that order. Now, there are a great number of you who couldn’t wait to leave the hellhole you call home but the folks over at O*GE Read More

Subtle Rebuttal: The Third Option.

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Share This. A college friend of mine once complained at the inability of her Social Democrat campus club to bridge the differences with the campus Ron Paul Supporters club. In spite of supposedly agreeing on many issues, any efforts at collaborative work fell short of materializing. She dismissed the bunch as Republicans who smoke weed? I thought it was an apt generalization. Ron Paul supporters strike me as people who channeled their teenage Read More