8. December 2010 09:00
Ed Templeton decked out in well pressed Dickies probably is to 90's skateboarding what
butter is to toast - pretty damn essential! From epic video parts in classic productions like
'Welcome To Hell' to pushing himself creatively as proprietor of the infamous Toy Machine
label, he's grown to become something of a cultural cornerstone.
For those of you not obsessed with canadian maple, abec 10's, or give-away stickers,
chance is you've still stumbled upon his art in magazines or through regular exhibitions at
venues worldwide. His latest show in Belgium last spring was accompanied by a retrospective
book called 'The Cemetery of Reason', luckily, good ol' Amazon's got you covered.
The polaroid of Mr Templeton featured top of the post is courtesy of photographer Scott
Pommier, for a lunch well spent, head on over to his site for more lifestyle infused
13. October 2010 09:00
That last disposable razor just jacked your chin up? About time you saved up some paper
for a descent one and tried your luck at the local antique store. Throw in a jar of tobacco
scented wet shave soap and you're half way to calling yourself a gentleman.
From there on, it's all patience and manners really. But you already got that, right?
4. October 2010 09:12
In the spirit of vintage motorcycle racing and the legendary Manx Norton, today we bring
you a casual outfit to challenge even the most die-hard Brando fans out there. We got
a pair of well worn vintage jeans, a vintage leather jacket, a 50's style pocket tee by
Levi's Vintage Clothing from Trés Bien Shop, a plain belt by H&M, a wallet by Sandqvist,
and Brylcreem from Sivletto for managing that oldschool hairdo! Top it all off with a mint
pair of Billy boots by yours truly and you're fully set for autumn.
For further Norton motorcycle memorabilia pop over here or for the more 'rough neck' side
of things, check out Hunter S. Thompson's documentative book on bike related gang
Now go raid you grandad's attic for some timeless classics! He won't mind, Im sure.