Oct 3rd '17
Ricardo Bravo Waiting & Watching
Ricardo Bravo’s photography captures the blue shores of his native Portugal. His work explores the relationship between person, water and wave. The following images showcase a selection of some of our favorites.
Photographs by Ricardo Bravo
Aug 11th '17
bob melet: How should we begin? christo: First, I will not answer questions about politics, religion or other artists. I only speak about myself. I’ve been here in New York since September of 1964. My late wife, Jeanne-Claude, and I first rented out the two top floors then and we bought the building in 1973….
Jun 14th '17
Jim Joe is the progenitor of a famous tag that can currently be seen all around New York City. His marks take on many styles, but can be easily spotted by his signature use of all-caps. Many of his tags take the form of circuitous verses, like, “NOT LONG IS HOW LONG THIS TAG TOOK…
Aug 2nd '18
Francis Ford Coppola is a filmmaker who needs no introduction. A quintessential innovator in American storytelling, Coppola shifted paradigms with his two ‘70s epics, each of which proposed a distinct thesis on the state of the human condition. Widely regarded as one of the greatest works in cinematic history, The Godfather is an intricately woven…
May 30th '19
kevin serai: Thanks for having us over at your place. kevin emerson: Yeah, this looks so weird. I haven’t slept here in like six months. I come here to send e-mails or work on small batches of stuff. This place is like my last resort. The studio is usually first and my girlfriend’s place is…
Jun 20th '19
Along with Matador, XL Recordings, Rough Trade, and Young Turks, 4AD is one of the iconic independent record labels that form Beggars Group. Founded in 1980, 4AD has represented some of most influential acts over the last several decades, including the Cocteau Twins, Bauhaus, the Breeders, and Pixies to name a few. Their current roster…
Jul 27th '18
morgan collett: You were born and raised in Oahu. How long were you there before you came to Newport? danny kwock: I lived in Oahu until about seventh grade. Then I moved to Cali and ended up in the San Fernando Valley, of all places. mc: This is the early ’70s? dk: It was about…
Feb 19th '18
Kasuri derives its name from the Japanese word “kasureru”, which means “to blur.” The technique involves binding yarns, resist-dyeing them, and then untying them to reveal intervals of coloration. When woven together, these dyed yarns can produce complex patterns that are sometimes feathered or blurred at the edges, depending on the desired design. This traditional…
Jul 18th '18
We’ve been to Japan countless times, but our most recent trip was a special one. We took a trip out to Shikoku, the hometown of one our old friends Kohei Chiba, who’s a legendary surfboard shaper and the owner of 303 Surf. He graciously invited us into his shaping bay to watch him hand-shape a…
Aug 31st '17
The printed cotton t-shirt has been a staple of Saturdays NYC ever since we launched in 2009. As we’ve evolved over the years, so have our offerings, and naturally, our curiosity for higher quality products has followed. In the Fall of 2016, we launched our Pima cotton program as the first step into premium basics,…
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