Carthartt is made to serve the worker, and wouldn’t exist without those people that get down and dirty, that worked hard to create this country. That’s probably because it is an old school and humble Midwest company, that prefers to let the conversation be about making top notch products, that will keep people safe and dry and warm.
Carhartt has been making clothing in the U.S. since Hamilton Carhartt founded the company in 1889, and just released a Made in USA collection, with seven of the most popular and iconic workwear pieces.
CHECK OUT DUTCH CONCEPTUAL ARTIST DIDDO VELEMA’S VIDEO INSTALLATION THAT ADDRESSES ONE OF HUMAN’S MOST DEPLORABLE CHARACTER TRAIT …GREED. His “The Cure For Greed” injection kit features a 24-karat gold plated syringe and a single 5 ml dose of dollar ink recovered from approximately $10,000 in US currency. MY LAST THOUGHT AFTER WATCHING WAS – I WONDER IF SOMEONE WOULD TATTOO THEMSELVES WITH THAT
TODAY MARKED THE FINAL FLIGHT OF THE INFAMOUS ENDEAVOR SPACE SHUTTLE AS IT WILL RETIRE AT THE CALIFORNIA SCIENCE CENTER HERE IN LOS ANGELES. I’M SURE YOU’VE SEEN A MILLION INSTAGRAM SHOTS ON YOUR PHONE AS THE ENDEAVOR PARADED AROUND THE CALIFORNIA SKIES, BUT I’M POSTING SOME EPIC SHOTS TO COMMEMORATE HER.
by Hand is a short film series celebrating the people who make things by hand with a love for their craft. In this economy there has been a big revival of handcrafted goods and the interest of people who carry on with great traditions,history and craftsmanship. In 1974 a Dominican immigrant called Don Antonio Martinez started a small shop in New York City selling hand rolled cigars, and thirty-eight years later his son, Jesus, carries on the tradition.
here in Los Angeles, but the Mage crew is already ready and waiting for the snow season to get started. Of course, there’s nothing like photos of babes in outerwear to make us even a bit more antsy for that time of year… The “Aspen Girls” spread from an 1971 issue of Life Magazine gives a bit (okay, maybe a lot) of historical inspiration for your 2012-13 season get up. I mean, how does one beat riding their bike in clogs across the snow?
Aaron Draplin is collector of the under appreciated, overlooked, forgotten little details of America. He’s also a foul-mouthed bear. Both of those traits are what make this video so enjoyable.
He talks about what has compelled him to collect a tremendous amount of feed and seed memo books that have inspired his current Field Notes brand. A comprehensive digital archive is being built to preserve these small