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LEADER X Gorilla Smash Squad


I hadn’t heard of these dudes before but I love this. Leader Bikes supporting a grass roots team of friends. I love the bike photos (below), each unique and yet similar, just like real friends. Great shots Matt.


DCC Turns 3

Happy 3rd Birthday DCC! from Downtown Cornerstone Church on Vimeo.

Downtown Cornerstone Church just recently celebrated our third birthday. We made a video to tell about God’s provision in our lifes, our body, and our hearts.

We also just released an app which you can download here. http://get.theapp.co/7c78

Torque


Love this photo of a Stanridge Rider digging deep at the Red Hook Crit by Andre Colombus. See more here.

Go Fast Friday


Saw this photo by Matt Lingo over on Pedal Consumption. It’s perfect.

Deception Inception

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Got the opportunity to shot this awesome photo with Tanner Wendell. He used his magic (literal magic) and we had some fun.  If you haven’t seen my previous post about his amazing book project, check it out here. And support the project here.

GLASSER X TOTOKAELO

Glasser x Totokaelo from Robin Stein on Vimeo.

An absolutely wonderful video featuring Glasser, shot by Robin Stein with Art Direction Ashley Helvey. Seen originally here with some added beautiful photos.

Fashion Friday

Part Duex!

Valentino, you go Valentino.








FASHION FRIDAY

Fall

Paul Smith

Alexander McQueen

The Perfect Spring Look

Lanvin Spring 2014

Burberry Spring 2014

Paul Smith Spring 2014



All images from GQ/Style. Really loving bright colors for spring; also feeling this 80′s science thing that is hard to describe but I know it when I see it.

TUNES TUESDAY

This show, that suit. STOP MAKING SENSE – Talking Heads, watch it if you haven’t.

Shape Field Chair





This thing is so sick. Great design, great execution of design, and practical, and I must say I love the logo design. Here is what their Kickstarter has to say:

“THE DESIGN – Reduced, reliable and comfortable. These are the attributes we strove for as we designed and developed the Field Chair.

It is reduced—weighing in at under 4 pounds even with the #8 duck heavyweight waterproof canvas. The parts have been minimized to the essentials: the hinges are made from the same part repeated and held together with a military strength axle. The bent tubular legs are also identical.

It is reliable—we found the right balance of strength and flexibility in the hinges and legs. The materials and finishes have all been chosen to wear well as they are used in the great outdoors. The legs and hinges will be hard anodized to resist scratching and dings. The waxed canvas will resist rain, withstand abrasion and patina nicely over time.

It is comfortable—the most important feature of a chair, surprisingly not always the top priority of chair manufacturers. The Field Chair flexes to a comfortable angle when sat in but still provides plenty of support, it is wide and sits low to the ground—all desirable traits for a relaxed outdoor experience.”

Originally Seen at Miss Moss