After feedback from friends and customers, we’ve added some new colors to the fail+CANOE jewelry collection. The Merle (shown above, Ben’s favorite) is now available in chestnut, and we now have both the Dolly and new Emmylou double wrap bracelets for the ladies in chestnut, too.
HBTV: Modern Day Artisans – Misc Adventures from HBTV on Vimeo. Miscellaneous Adventures is a small studio run by illustrator and maker Andrew Groves in Sussex. Watching this great short video, you get a nice look at Andrew’s process and how he goes about his work. You can pick up your own wooden spoon or […]
Good news for the guys–Assembly New York recently announced that they are expanded with a men’s line. This is music to my ears as I love their style of loose, gender-bending clothing that is both dapper, chic, and totally put together. Also, doesn’t this all look comfortable? After years of skinny jeans, I know many […]
Lili Cuzor is a talented florist and designer based in Los Angeles. This past Valentine’s day, she set up a pop up shop at Cookbook, a pretty amazing neighborhood grocer in Echo Park, and created some spectacular wildflower arrangements for lucky folks. I met Lili back in my college days in LA, and she’s more […]
Bleach magazine recently shot their first men’s photo shoot and featured our Canoe key chains and fail+Canoe leather cuffs. We’re big fans of Jaqueline Fernandez and the Bleach crew, having met them last year through Dog and Pony. Here are some sneak peeks of the shoot, which was also featured in CultureMap. The new issues […]
Shacks in Trentino, Alto Adige, Italy, photo by Ezio Ambrosetti.
Hut in Niigata prefecture, Japan, photo by Karissa Seltz.
Suntop Lookout, photo by John David Hascup
After much anticipation, I went to see “Pina” tonight with Ben. I’ve had the trailer on repeat in the studio, and the film went beyond my expectations. It is literally breath taking to watch the power of dance to convey emotions. I felt myself swing from fear to joy to laugh out loud laughter at […]
Hanna Rosti is a Finnish photographer with a beautiful sense of composition and light. Her series on abandoned Scandinavian homes has my mind spinning with daydreams of a trip to the Swedish countryside. Can you picture driving up an overgrown path and sneaking into homes like these? I’ve done that a few times here in […]
For someone with a lot of work to do, I’ve found myself out quite a bit this last month. Above is a collaborative mural from Crummy House x Common House art opening. Drinks at the Hotel San Jose, one of my favorite stops on South Congress. Opening party for Tom Runkle, Music to Mirrors. I […]
Grain & Gram: Jason Gregory, Designer from Grain & Gram on Vimeo. As I’ve gotten older, the world has gotten smaller in many respects. I find that once I meet someone interesting, they inevitable have interesting friends and circles start to collide into complicated Venn diagrams*. There’s lots of overlap in the world of makers, […]