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“What art does — maybe what it does most completely — is tell us, make us feel that what we think we know, we don’t. There are whole worlds around us that we’ve never glimpsed.” Greil Marcus — Friday July 7th — —
I love listening. It is one of the only spaces where you can be still and moved at the same time. — Nayyirah Waheed — Friday July 7th — —
The idea is to die young as late as possible. — Ashley Montagu — Friday July 7th — —
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Since I started photographing 30 years ago I have photographed men. During all these years I have also repeatedly photographed transgender persons. Another recurring motif during these 30 years are self-portraits. My own thousands of contact sheets show me a lifelong, both conscious and subconscious……[ Continue reading ]
These slippers are made from recycled scraps of fabric discarded by a knitted items factory. As they are made from recycled materials, the size and colour of individual slippers in a pair may have some minute discrepancies. These slippers are elastic. We would recommend these slippers for when you w……[ Continue reading ]
Featuring 12 animals from the Bench Players – a series of previously unseen animals from Rop van Mierlo’s archive. 24 x 33 cmWire-O bound Printed on 240 gsm Lessebo Design Natural Shipping Tuesday 13th December.[ Continue reading ]
Grimm Gallery’s Someone said that the world’s a stage artists Louise Giovanelli, B. Ingrid Olson, and Daisy May Sheff feature in The Future Experience, out now.[ Continue reading ]
Hand knitted pink crewneck sweater made in Bosnia.[ Continue reading ]
A 320 page art book – African design is reshaping the world’s cultural stage, sport shows us how.[ Continue reading ]
An American undergoes a gruelling apprenticeship to a Japanese master. In the winter of 2002, a young American named Ryan Neil joined an unusual pilgrimage: he and several others flew to Tokyo, to begin a tour of Japan's finest collections of bonsai trees. He was nineteen, with an athlete's body…[ Continue reading ]
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Ask the founders of Roman and Williams, who for two decades have designed homes, hotels, restaurants, clubs, galleries, stores, furniture — even birdhouses — bathed in a luxe patina.[ Continue reading ]
It has become fashionable to discuss classic clothing with the same cynicism once reserved for topics such as capitalism or the media. Across menswear message boards, posters frequently type out terms such as classic or timeless with alternating caps (cLaSsIc) or recurring spaces (t i m e l e s…[ Continue reading ]
After many years of practicing as a visual artist, Sergei Sviatchenko discovered the blogging culture in the two-thousands, and used it for his art photo project Close Up And Private.[ Continue reading ]
More than ten years ago we were proud sharing and selling the first issue of INVENTORY magazine; ‘a curation of Ideas in Product, Craft & Culture’ by Ryan Willms. The magazine was published for years, gained a big international following and with that knowledge of culture Ryan created a solid practice of brand building and design, collaborating with the likes of Stüssy a.o.
After a few years of refuelling and redefining the self and well-being Ryan is back with Into the Well, ‘a platform for connection and learning to live in harmony’. With an online publication, newsletter and a podcast together with Sean Hotchkiss it’s becoming an interesting landing point to guide you through contemporary mindfulness, movement and well-being.
We asked Ryan for a little intro, his favourite run and the latest books to read. Enjoy > [ Continue reading ]
Way back (2008) we had a small online shop selling things we thought were worth selling, ranging from design notebooks to genius toys. One of the things we sold were hand sewn fabric footballs from Klas Ernflo. He moved from being a designer to illustrator to artist and with his latest work exhibited at Marta Los Angeles it feels all these worlds coming together in a beautiful way.
“Anorak” presents new large- scale, free-hanging textile paintings alongside several unique blanket- works and existing sculptures. The pieces, which variably suggest coverings for inclement weather, non-wearable shelter, and communal or familial garments, infer a soft network of voids and connectors atop canvas scrims that both describe and delineate space. [ Continue reading ]
For the 11Stranden Tocht, a 60km run along 11 beaches following the Dutch coastline, we are making a long sleeve performance shirt to raise money for the Dutch Heart Foundation.
For this one we’ve teamed up again with Lennard Kok to create a special artwork to accompany the quote by meditation teacher and long distance runner Sri Chinmoy. The shirt is brought to you by Office of Information, supported by Tenue de Nîmes and printed on a high quality performance shirt from Patagonia. [ Continue reading ]
As my focus is shifting towards running (while training for my first ultra marathon), my colleague Thomas showed me the Distance shops in Paris and Lyon and got totally hooked by what they do, the brands they cary and the projects they initiate. One of these projects is The Distance Book Series by photographer and artistic director Thibaut Grevet with the aim to produce a singular vision of some of the world’s most emblematic places related to running and its culture. The first volume of this collection is devoted to the mythical village of Iten in Kenya. [ Continue reading ]
As big fans of Noma, we’re interested in everything connected to them. So when we found out about Empirical Spirits it didn’t took long before the first bottles arrived in Amsterdam.
Empirical Spirits is a flavor company founded in 2017 by Restaurant noma alumni Lars Williams and Mark Emil Hermansen. [ Continue reading ]
As we’re working on a new design and an updated idea behind Another Something we’ll start sharing on a more regular base again. To kick off with a ’people-inspired jewellery’ brand that contacted us via are.na and got our attention with their unconventional way of building a brand.
UU/R/T, referring to the abbreviation w/r/t or “with regard to”, is focusing on creating products that are in relation to an individual. Each collection is based on a certain theme that was proposed by- and designed in collaboration with creatives from around. [ Continue reading ]
Last januari we traveled to Barcelona to do a project with the super talented photographer Adrià Cañameras for L’Ascolana, a new-old sneaker brand we are working on at …,staat. While this project is not completely finished to share with the rest of the world, Adrià published a new project he worked on over the past months called Reasonable Blood. [ Continue reading ]