Wings & Horns Fall/Winter ’11

Posted on August 19, 2011 Under Fashion

The fine folks at Roden Gray have just announced the launch of Wings & Horns Fall Winter 2011 collection. Huge fan of what I see. The hoodies are an amazing staple. Check it out.

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Eepmon: Intersections

Posted on July 2, 2010 Under Art

My crazy talented pal eepmon recently had a solo show of his works titled: INTERSECTIONS. Named after the place his work resides, at the intersection of painting and computer-mediated art. This is my favorite of his work to date. Here's…

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Eepmon for Dentsu

Posted on October 16, 2009 Under Art

My paint throwing pal eepmon has just recently had his works installed at the Canadian branch of Japanese agency firm Dentsu. Spanning 3 x 10.6 feet wide, eepmon's work installed around Dentsu Canada's exterior new office is truly realized in…

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The Opus Hotel: Vancouver

Posted on May 1, 2009 Under Life

On my last night in Vancouver I had the opportunity (really, the pleasure) to stay at The Opus Hotel, located in the up-and-coming Yaletown district. I've stayed at hundreds of boutique hotels around the world and was really quite surprised…

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Goodfoot: Vancouver

Posted on April 19, 2009 Under Travel

I popped into GOODFOOT Vancouver while exploring Gas Town today. Very spiffy looking space with a nice selection of the usual goods. Living in NYC certainly makes me spoiled but I found the selection to be pretty tasteful here. Some…

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Spearlocator: Headed to Vancouver

Posted on April 17, 2009 Under Travel

I'm headed to Vancouver and then Whistler tomorrow for the week. I'm primarily out there to speak at a special industry session during the Telus World Ski & Snowboard Festival but I have ample time to explore Vancouver and hopefully…

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Lilly Lab

Posted on March 12, 2009 Under Fashion

It's not that us females aren't attracted to some of the skateboard and snowboard designs out there, it's just that some of them are a bit much. We're not asking for our decks to be splashed with images of male…

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International Doc Challenge

Posted on March 9, 2009 Under Life

Today will close the International Documentary Challenge 2009, a filmmaking competition that solicits the work of brilliant (and crazy) storytellers and editors racing against the clock to put together thematic work. After choosing from one of two assigned documentary genres…

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Raymond Biesinger

Posted on January 22, 2009 Under Art

I always love seeing artists who don't come from a traditional artistic background. The Canadian illustrator, Raymond Biesinger, is one of those people. Even though he has a BA in European and North American political history, he has become a…

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Pepsi's Musical Posters

Posted on September 29, 2008 Under Life
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