Labour and Wait, New Online Shop

Lately I’ve been an early bird, waking up at the silly hours of the morning seems like the only way for me to get work done efficiently and in a timely manner. It also extends my day and I’d have it no other way, sometimes I like to call it “the calm before the storm”. So in the early hours of this morning I luckily stumbled across the new Labour and Wait website which really grabbed my attention, they’ve just overhauled their whole on …

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Introducing Olli Salumeria

Keith Ehrlich, the man behind the Made by Hand film series, provides us all with further inspiring content whilst introducing a fourth generation Salumi Maker in the process. Working under another of his aliases “The Bureau of Common Goods“, Keith investigates all things Olli Salumeria which was founded by two close friends Olivero Colmignoli and Charles Vosmik in Virginia, America. Curating the knowledge of their ancest …

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Kinfolk Dinner – Brooklyn, New York Short Film

I really love what Kinfolk do and the way they go about things which is why I almost feel obliged to share their work when they create things. I guess I feel by doing so not only am I believing in what they put out there but also everyone that is involved in each project too, because they really seem to thrive off of collaboration which is refreshing and inspiring to see. I’ve always admired their willingness to give new individuals an …

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Monocle “Craftsmanship” Film

I spotted this piece last week thanks to our friends at SEH Kelly, who happen to be featured in this video below titled “Craftsmanship” which is made and produced by Monocle magazine. I instantly thought, ‘that’s going to get a lot of views’ but as the week wore on I realised that not that many people had seen it. So today I have brought it across onto the site for further examination, hopefully you guys will appreciate the …

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Short Film & Imagery from Made by Project New York

Today I’d just like to point everyone’s attention towards a school of thought that recently gathered in New York at the Made by Project, which has been summarised for us all by president Andrew Pollard in the short film below. A number of you may recognise various names and faces that have crept quietly into our content in the past, like Markus Uran of Metsa, or Caesy Oney of …

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A look Inside March Pantry Store, San Francisco

First and foremost when hosting imagery of stores here on the site our bread and butter will always be menswear. Yet saying this we’re not ones to disregard the other beautiful lifestyle shops, like March Pantry in San Francisco for example which we’re taking a look inside today. I came across their webpage earlier this week and I’ve been throwing messages back and forth with those behind the store ever since, who I’d like …

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Honey Harvest by Kinfolk

Our good friends at Kinfolk release their newest shoot titled “Honey Harvest” featuring some beekeeping. A pretty interesting piece that really connects the animal to our everyday life, I think a lot of the time we forget where our food actually comes from and how it gets to our plate so it’s nice to see this connection. Also this piece brings into perspective friendships and the power of sharing food with our loved ones, even more so …

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Kinfolk Volume Two Filmed Preview

For those of you who missed our exclusive post on Kinfolk’s latest issue or for the fans that just adore cooking, today I’ve brought across their latest release which is a filmed preview. I’m pretty fond of their subtle promotion pieces if I’m honest, they always seem to offer something different in terms of promotion, it’s all very inventive and in this episode we get quite a sombre mood from the outset with winter being a …

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Printmaking with Keegan Meegan

We all like seeing prints being made, it’s a real fun creative process and although I’ve seen this type of project a million times over I’m yet to get bored of seeing these industrious presses in full flow. They are just mesmerising contraptions evolved from the basic design that Johannes Gutenberg curated way back in 1440 would you believe. I just love reading about the heritage which they are so rich in, it’s really quite fas …

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The Art Of Time By Martina Chamrad

Working on the internet in the way that we do from time to time you can reach the point where you get a little frustrated scrolling through reams and reams of uninspiring projects. We like to keep the site pretty niche and we know what we like so in many respects we can’t really complain. It’s just a bit of a waiting game until something new and relevant comes our way. So when something does crop up it’s all the more sat …

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Exclusive Preview of Kinfolk Magazine Volume 2

Since its beginning we’ve always been big fans of the Kinfolk publication, which for those who are unaware is the ultimate guide for a small gathering with close friends. So when we got talking to the editor Nathan Williams it just made sense for us to ask if he’d let us showcase a preview of sorts on the upcoming issue, volume 2. Above and below we are hosting a little flavour of whats to come, with this issue being …

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Winter Catalogue by Satsuki Shibuya

I picked up some lovely imagery from the Satsuki Shibuya website, a lifestyle brand specialising in hand made product that looks to emphasise an eco-friendly philosophy where each product is carefully crafted one at a time. A lot of these are from the Fall/Winter 2011 catalogue and I thought they were very simple and beautiful in their appearance, something that was very easy to showcase this afternoon. Owner Satsuki …

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