September 7, 2018No Comments

CREATIVITY

1.Today's Archives 4 pack crayons
2.Today's Archives 4 pack crayons

Today’s Archives is a platform to showcase stylistic ideas and tell stories through the lens of fashion, film, photography, design, and our own personal experiences and opinions detailed in writing.  For Issue 1 of Today’s Archives, storytelling is at the forefront of the publication. Each individual who has contributed to this issue is an archive of experiences and ideas that tell the story of who we are.  We’re curious about where creativity comes from and how many different ways there are to express it without being restricted by rules and trends. In the past, our focus has been on fashion, and while that remains a key part of what we do, we’re driven to find the line that runs through all the interests and passions that we have and tie them up in a publication that expresses our ideas in a unique way.

July 23, 2018No Comments

FEEDD YOUR FRIENDS

1. Feedd Your Friends - Episode 6

Feedd your friends is back with episode 6! Shimmy teaches you how to make seafood wontons for your loved ones. I'd recommend to specifically follow all the instructions Shimmy provides especially the one about sharing with the people you like and not with the ones you don't, you'll end up overstuff and sad.

May 31, 2018No Comments

TRAP HILL

1. Trap Hill by Scotty Zaletel

Skateboarding and all of its far-reaching cultural impact remain such an important part of my life because of how it summarizes a time, place, and people.  Growing up on “Epicly Later’d” and old 411VM videos, I’ve been conditioned to be more attracted to those details in setting and character than some of the actual skating.  Part of what has given skateboarding staying power is its archived monuments like EMB, The Brooklyn Banks, and the people that were there. “Trap Hill” is a video by artist and skateboarder Scotty Zaletel, a Las Vegas native who moved to Denver and documented the summer of 2015 and all of its character.  The idea behind Trap Hill was to film a video with a collective of skaters all within the confines of Denver’s capitol hill neighborhood. The daily routine of filming for trap hill went beyond skating and getting clips to really define a period of time for Denver’s artists, musicians, students, skaters, and all of the people who spent their days and nights in this neighborhood.  More importantly, the goal of the video was intended to recapture the fun of skateboarding you might have had or missed out on as a kid. Staying out from sunrise well past sunset it brought the skate community and all of its contemporaries together in a way I hadn’t seen before. Videos like “Trap Hill” serve to archive a special time, place, and people and I’m always proud to have been a part of it.

January 8, 2018No Comments

@BYSEANBROWN

1. Sean Brown
2. Needs & Wants Studios

Consistency, simplicity & taste come to mind when thinking about Sean Brown, creator of Toronto's Needs & Wants Studios. There is people doing incredible things all over the world, but as of late, I've paid close attention to what is coming out of Toronto. I discovered Sean Brown in 2015 through Joshua Kissi of Street Etiquette. I saw a picture of Sean and Josh together in NY and I've always been the person to look at the company that the people I admire keep around. Sean's taste immediately resonated with me and I started to follow him and his brand. Today, Sean's work can be seen through his most recent collaboration with Bonlook eyewear, behind the sense of a Daniel Caeser project, & of course through Needs & Wants.

Links - byseanbrown.com / needsandwantsstudios.com

 

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ISSUE 1 creativity, identity, perspective

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ISSUE 1 creativity, identity, perspective

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