Spotlight: The Berlin Jacket

March 19, 2016

The Berlin Jacket is a classic biker jacket from Neuw Denim.  Made from soft and durable calf tanned leather, it features a belted waist, poly quilted lining and heavy duty zipper and hardware.

Continue Reading

Tews Falls

Tews Falls

November 25, 2015

Recently, our friend and photographer, Anielika Sykes visited Tews Falls in Hamilton and shot some of our favourite men's Brixton, Publish and Penfield styles.

Continue Reading


The Art of the French Postcard

October 28, 2015

In the 1920s, pornography of any kind was completely illegal, though tame by today’s standards, ‘candid’ images of women hinting at what exists behind their undergarments was absolutely erotic. Men (mainly) would trade postcards with scantily clad women on them, most of the cards were made in France and shipped overseas, hence became known as French Postcards.

Continue Reading

Civic Illustration by Lino Russo

October 26, 2015

Lino Russo is a young Graphic Designer and graduate student in Naples. These imagined cityscapes are almost familiar, but they exist no where.

Continue Reading


Russia's Photo-Archivist, Prokudin-Gorsky

October 21, 2015

Gorsky was given a commission to travel across Russia and document her glory. The project would take 10 years and compromise 10,000 photos, Gorsky considered this his life's work and continued up to the revolution, at which point he was forced to emigrate.

Continue Reading

Concrete Study by Kate Jackling

October 19, 2015

Her personal series Concrete draws attention to weight, shape, and fibre. The simple set made up of concrete shapes and fabric challenges the human interpretation of space and image.

Continue Reading


STYLE ICON: Christine Jorgensen

October 14, 2015

Christine Jorgensen was the first person widely known to have undergone sex reassignment surgery in the United States. She was also the first trans-activist who encouraged transsexual people to change their birth certificates and live their true identity in every way.

Continue Reading

What Remains of Grossinger's Resort, Catskills, NY

October 12, 2015

The decline of the Borscht Belt coincided with the decline of blatant racial discrimination, and the democratization of air travel, once only reserved for the wealthiest Americans. Now exotic and distant destinations were only a flight away, and a lavish local resort looked old fashioned in comparison.

 

Continue Reading


Arnold Friberg's Mounties

October 07, 2015

Arnold Friberg, 1920-2010, was a famous American illustrator and oil painter. He was famous for his biblical and patriotic subject matter, which lead to a commission from the Northwest Paper Company for a number of works depicting the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).

Continue Reading

Pantone Smoothies by Astrom Kucher

October 05, 2015

Astrom Kucher is the Swedish born creative behind Pantone Smoothies. Each story has three parts, the ingredients, the smoothie shot, and the Pantone swatch.

Continue Reading


STYLE ICON: Anna Karina

September 30, 2015

After modelling in Denmark, Karina moved to Paris at 17, risking everything to get her start. While she was living off the streets, Karina was approached by a scout for an advertising agency who asked her to do some photos. She quickly became a successful fashion model

Continue Reading

Skymetric by Lino Russo

September 28, 2015

Lino Russo explores Naples and surrounding area through the lens of Skymetrics.

Continue Reading



1 2 3 7 Next »