The vibe was inclusively exclusive, where stating your name at the door meant the difference between witnessing a unique event first hand or watching from the outside, peering through a pair of large glass windows.
For students of an independent-heavy mentality, community is superfluous. It’s extra, it’s garnish. It’s considered strength to stand solitary, to be your own well-oiled machine.
There is something so relatable to the fear of writing in the first page of a fresh notebook or deciding what you will draw into the first page of a new sketchbook, even taking a new passport picture offers a crippling glimpse at what could be a fresh start.
For many women, jeans rival bathing suits for the most dreaded—and daunting—items to shop for. After all, with so many cuts, fabrics, and colours available, where does one even begin?
It’s been a little over a year since Dutil Denim proudly launched Freenote Cloth in Canada. We talked to Sales Director, David Strong, about the companies’ developments over the last year and his view on fast fashion.
Welcome to the third chapter of The Weathered Project: Quench, featuring Vancouver’s award-winning bartender, Shaun Layton.
“Food helps us to stay connected to each other in a more personable way without phones and all the other things that disconnect us from having one-on-one interactions with each other.”
Dani Kreeft is the energetic, creative and straight-talking force behind stationery company Dani Press. We talked to her about the challenges, rewards and inspirations that she has experienced along her journey.
Welcome to the second edition of The Weathered Project: Utility. Char Kennedy is one of Vancouver’s up and coming industrial designers and our second participant in The Weathered Project…
Welcome to The Weathered Project! Over the next 16 months we will be documenting the raw denim fading process with Vancouver tattoo artist, Mitch Kirilo.