Stumbled across this photographer, love her work… gotta love the on camera flash.
Some good listening summer chill music…
Anoraak – Above Your Head
It shouldn’t come as a surprise, but it always does… J. Crew is consistent and not only consistent but demonstrate that they can also product quality mid-tier goods. From their branding, photography, styling and their actual pieces, J. Crew puts together a product that is really hard to not love.
Obsessed with this guy right now, James Blake. Watch the music video for my favorite song of his, The Wilhelm Scream…
They just don’t make them like this any more… Right now I’ve got a little over 7 songs in the works of being recorded and a bunch of other bits and pieces that could form into songs. So good to be recording music again.
Roland Jupiter 8
Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
One of my favorite photographers Tom Hines shoots in an abandon and otherwise antiquated office space. Love this concept.
Check out the behind-the-scenes video.
Along side with the Baldwin pieces mentioned in the previous article allow me to introduce my shoe choice for the Spring/Summer season… the Signature L.L. Bean Blucher Moc in Brown.
I’ve had these for about a week now and have worn them only for a few days… you can already see a little bit of wear of the leather breaking in, but I am expecting the break in to take awhile as the initial fitting was very stiff. But having seen many photographs of this shoe after years of wear I am confident this will last me for quit awhile!…
Just finished the Baldwin Spring/Summer Lookbook for 2011… here is what will end up in my closet for the new season…
Since I’ve confessed my love for the band GAMES, I’ve purchased their EP on vinyl which arrived in the mail two days ago and then today I find that Ford & Lopatin (formerly GAMES) just announced their album Channel Pressue is due out soon and released their single “Emergency Room” – have a listen below. Also take a look at the artwork that was released… growing up I had always wanted those bed sheets that were like a technical graph! Pitchfork was right when they said they can almost see Kelly LeBrock from Weird Science stepping out of …