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Tuesday
Jul212015

T Magazine: Tom Adler's Home Sweet Surf Abode

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Although he's issued two RRL titles and one about Marilyn Monroe, most of the publications that Tom Adler produces focus on iconic imagery from the annals of surf and climbing culture. To coincide with the recent release of An Uncommon Archive, a new volume from T. Adler Books that "draws from the seemingly disparate worlds of surfing, fashion and style, fishing, music, fine art, rock climbing, travel and adventure," T Magazine caught up with Tom at his Padaro Lane home near Carpinteria, California.

T Magazine
T. Adler Books
An Uncommon Archive from Artbook

Monday
Jul202015

Online Feature: Come Down Easy

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Come Down Easy marks the first contribution to Inventory by London-based photographer Lewis Khan. The shoot has been styled by Gabriel Pluckrose, and features a selection of current season and archive pieces from brands such as Stone Island, Comme des Garçons, Palace, Our Legacy, Prada and Nike. The light layering, loose fits and mix of sportswear and designer brands, offer a uniquely British take on peak summer style, set in various London locales.

Online Feature: Come Down Easy

Sunday
Jul192015

Brion Gysin: Unseen Collaborator

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October Gallery
24 Gloucester Street
Bloomsbury
London WC1N 3AL
July 2 – October 3, 2015

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I was aware of the role Brion Gysin played in creating the incredible Dreamachine light sculpture, but until reading William Burroughs’ latest biography, Call Me Burroughs, I didn't know how innovative an artist and thinker he really was. Having introduced Burroughs to the cut-up technique, it’s hard to say where one of the most famous beat writer’s careers may have gone without him. "Neo-calligrapher, master of line, multimedia revolutionary and cultural historian, Gysin’s experiences in New York, Tangier, Paris and London influenced his seminal artistic productions." Judging by the imagery online, this seems like an outstanding exhibition, and a welcome return for an artist who had his first solo show in the UK at the very same gallery.

October Gallery

Saturday
Jul182015

Porter Metro Card Case

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Ideal for somebody who likes to travel light, the Metro Card Case by Porter is a simple, well-designed option for a lean wallet. Featuring three card slots and an extendable storage pocket, it's made in Japan from tumbled cowhide and comes in two colours: black and brown.

Available from Neighbour

Friday
Jul172015

Online Feature: Arc'teryx Veilance SS15

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Many people associate technical fabrics with specific forms of exercise or poor weather conditions, but functional clothing is equally relevant to the requirements of daily life as temperatures rise, particularly in a city environment. When it comes to the latter and the countless considerations involved, few brands succeed in the way that Arc'teryx Veilance does. This season's collection, captured on the streets of New York for our latest online feature, combines innovation and wearability with a well-balanced colour palette.

Online Feature: Arc'teryx Veilance SS15
Arc'teryx Veilance

Thursday
Jul162015

Star of Hollywood "Unholy Boomerang" Shirt

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Every summer I find myself lusting after one of Star of Hollywood's incredible short-sleeved shirts. An eBay search turns up next nothing vintage-wise, so the licensed reproductions by Toyo Enterprises offer an appealing alternative. Click on the brand's name in the tag section below to see the mind-blowing version from last year that I still regret not getting. Fortunately, this one is equally outstanding. Made in Japan from a slubby cotton fabric, it features a perfectly boxy 1950s cut alongside a tasteful graphic treatment referred to as "Unholy Boomerang," which wasn't originally available with a black background.

Available from Self Edge

Wednesday
Jul152015

Close-Up on John Cassavetes

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Close-Up Film Centre
97 Sclater Street
London E1 6HR

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At the beginning of the month, Close-Up, the London-based film archive and library, opened a cinema complete with a pair of newly restored 35mm projectors which will host a regular schedule of programming. To celebrate this exciting addition to the capital's cinematic landscape a series of John Cassavetes films are being screened, including A Woman Under the Influence, The Killing of a Chinese Bookie and Opening Night. If possible, it would be well worth seeing them all, and experiencing each one on film, the way the director originally intended.

Close-Up Film Centre

Tuesday
Jul142015

Håndværk Indigo Crew Neck T-Shirt

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This summer Håndværk have collaborated with indigo specialists BUAISOU. on a small batch of crew neck T-shirts. Made from Peruvian Pima cotton and produced in a limited edition of 20, each one is unique: individually hand-dyed in Brooklyn using organic ingredients shipped from Tokushima, Japan.

Available from Håndværk
BUAISOU.

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