Entrepreneur Aaron Buckley talks about why he loves making River City Leather products by hand in Ohio.
Long time BMX rider, videographer and friend of Defgrip Joe Cookie created this video about an awesome guy who helped out Hurricane Sandy victims and then got a little help himself.
Anyone who has seen this video about our buddy Stephen Kenn might share my excitement about The Encounter Collection, Stephen’s new line of bags which are sourced, and made, locally in Los Angeles.
One of the coolest things about watching old episodes of Miami Vice is noticing the fact that pretty much each episode has a strict color palette. The wardrobes, props, interior decor, landscapes and even food (!) adhere to the palette.
Click below to see a bunch more grabs from a single episode (Season 3 Episode 2) which aired in 1986 and guest starred Liam Neeson. Colors were blue with hints of green and yellow.
I’ve been hearing a lot about this guy who left his design position at Ralph Lauren, bought a Vanagon, and started living the life that a lot of people talk about. This week the awesome Need Supply blog features a great interview with that guy. His name is Foster Huntington; you may know him as the creator of The Burning House. I like how he has taken his fixation on the “just the essentials” idea and put his money where his mouth is, living in his van, keeping only what he needs, and telling the story on his blog A Restless Transplant.
Read the interview here.