HERE ARE A FEW SHOTS FROM THE ANALOG 2013 OUTERWEAR LINE THAT MAGE DESIGN WAS PROUD TO BE A PART OF DESIGNING. INCLUDING THE SIGNATURE OUTFIT FOR DANNY DAVIS WITH CUSTOM HAND DRAWN LINER ART BY THE ONE AND ONLY TECHNO VIKING . . AKA DAN TORKEHAGEN.
P.S. ITS DUMPING SNOW IN MAMMOTH FOR WEEKS NOW AND IS LINING UP TO JUST INCREASE THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAY, SO GO GET SOME FRESH GEAR AND GET YOU ASS UP HERE. .ITS GOING OFF!
The website of Los Angeles based photographer Moni Hayworth is the kind where you end up hypnotically clicking through page after page of her work, relinquishing any concern of having been there for way too long. Her “lo-fi” short stories focus on the raw, wild characters behind Los Angeles’ youth and fill a void for street style inspiration that is truly authentic- the kind of stuff that just can’t be copied. Her vision reminds me of old Patti Smith/ Robert Mapplethorpe photos from inside their clinton Hill apartment, unpretentious and unpretending of being anything other than “exactly who they were”. Visit her site, Johnny’s Bird, here.
November means it’s basketball season once again and the unmistakable voice of Bill Walton on television. In his day, Walton always stood out on the court, but I had no idea he was so hip away from the game as well!
Recently I came across a great photo set on Cold Splinters, showing the more adventurous side of Bill Walton. His vintage camping gear, hiking boots and Grateful Dead shirt would right into any number of look books and style editorials this fall. Same as it ever was. I hope Walton still has that shirt in the back of his closet.
AS HALLOWEEN SOON DESCENDS UPON US, I DEDICATE THIS POST TO MY FAVORITE HOLIDAY…AND THE ONLY VIDEO GAME I’M RELATIVELY DECENT AT. TETRIS! I’M STILL IN SHOCK HOW THIS GUY DID THIS, BUT HE INTEGRATED AN LED SYSTEM AND HARDWARE INTO HIS PUMPKIN. USING THE STEM AS A JOYSTICK, YOU CAN LITERALLY PLAY THE GAME VIA THE JACK-O-LANTERN. NOTE: APPRECIATE THE ORGAN RENDITION OF THE TETRIS THEME SONG…HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
There’s a lot of really good things going on here. From creating dyes from seed to embracing the limitations and imperfections of using found materials, there’s a full and very satisfying spectrum that goes into Maura Ambrose’s work. Above all, it’s inspiring to the rest of us who strive to find a similar quality in our own work.
Jay Caroll captured it wonderfully as part of his Made Here video series.
It’s not everyday you get to experience a piece of history rolling through your city streets. A total of 15 photographers and tons of camera equipment were able to capture the move from LAX to its permanent home at the California Science Center in Downtown LA in this awesome time lapse video. Click here for video.