Monthly Archives: May 2010

REFUELED

While at SXSW last March I met up with Refueled Magazine’s Chris Brown to talk a bit about OTP. Check out the article here.

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TRAVELING DENIM

Takayuki Akachi turned us onto his side project film which records denim fading over a two-year, 50 country trip around the world.

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AND IF YOU THINK I’M READY YOU MAY LEAD ME TO THE CHASM WHERE THE RIVERS OF OUR VISION FLOW INTO ONE ANOTHER

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TWO MONTHS IN

Denim Debate Update

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MONUMENTS ARE FIGURATIVELY SPEAKING

Works by San Francisco based artist Brion Nuda Rosch, found on arrow & arrow.

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CENTRAL PLAINS

My good friend Nate Bressler once told me if you throw a dart at the the country and hit a bullseye, you’ve hit Hoisington, Kansas. That’s where he recently set up shop – the middle – to shoot the good hard working people that make up the community.

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CORRAL O’ FAMOUS BRANDS


Well its raining here in San Francisco and I’m going back to the photo archive to remember that bright blue light during the last pass over the great divide. Found this reminder, a ranch outfitter, Lou Taubert, downtown Casper Wyoming. Beautiful Nevada test site-like windows stand guard to a few floors of goods good enough to get by on in that wild expanse of big sky. Been around over 90 years so if you happen to be passing through visit this Cadillac of western ranch outfitters. It’s worth the stop. 125 E. Second Street.

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TERRY T’S

Flashing back to another life with these great late 80′s early 90′s hardcore t shirts from Terry Richardson’s t shirt of the week.

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WILD DREAMS OF A NEW BEGINNING

New board here. Thanks to Chad Chamberlain who helped out with this one.

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If you want to hang out go to Coit tower and head three flights down the brick stairs. Take a right at the castle, a left at the sign post and down the cement steps. Wave to Ibby, walk past the tiger, the parrot tree and loop around up the weather-worn wooden steps until you see the lemon tree.  Call up and wait by the bench. I’ll be out in a minute. I can’t believe I live here.

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