Posts in Art
A Conversation With - Tomoki Takaso

Discussing fashion with Tomoki Takaso is never dull. Having worked for almost a decade at famed Japanese publication Huge, Takaso turned to retail when it folded, making the most of his eye for the avant-garde by opening Velvet, a vintage store now in its fourth year of business. As part of the “Japan Edit” project in collaboration with luxury menswear retailer MR PORTER, we met up with Tomoki in Shimo Kitazawa, an area that, aside from its wealth of vintage clothing, is known for its underground music scene and hole-in-the-wall eateries /

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Culture, ArtGraeme Gaughan
A Conversation With - Tull Price

A brand founded on principles, FEIT has garnered a loyal army of fans who stand behind its purist perspective and devotion to the ethics of hand made footwear. We caught up with founder Tull Price to chat about his journey and the brands new store in San Francisco /

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A Conversation With - Chris Dorland

Addressing our evolving relationship to technology and the body, Chris Dorland’s recently opened “Synthetic Skin” allows us to apprehend the force of intrusive technologies as they merge into our bodies and psyches. We caught up with the NYC based artist to talk through the process of his evolving work as it embraces digital mediums /

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Culture, ArtGraeme Gaughan
A Conversation With - Jobe Burns

As one half of Concrete Objects with Samuel Ross of A-Cold-Wall*, Jobe Burns has been quietly building an Internationally acclaimed  brand that sits at the intersection of Fashion, Art & Sculpture, but the Walsall born designer has his eyes on redefining a more socially impactful prize /

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Culture, ArtGraeme Gaughan
Vol.01 ARCHIVE - Eric Elms

Artist/designer Eric Elms has long been at the forefront of street culture. A major player for over two decades, he has created graphics for every major streetwear brand, released hundreds of ’zines and curated multiple shows around the globe.

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Culture, ArtJames Oliver
Vol.17 ARCHIVE- Jurgen Teller

As our discussion swayed from topic to topic, Teller was always open and well spoken, seemingly unmoved by the fashion industry despite the hugely important role he has played in it. I think this speaks volumes about a man who many consider a pioneer…

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Culture, ArtJames Oliver