She’s a videographer, photographer, stylist and this is just her way of telling her world how fitness has changed her life.
I LOVE how its kind of reminiscent of the 80s pop movement workout video.
The last few minutes she sits down and explains everything so it all ties together.
The best part about it is that she did this all for herself, no client no nothing!
I recently visited FRUITION in Las Vegas.
This place is such a gem!
They have a vivid, palpable archive of history’s most innovative and distinct street fashions. FRUITION has calculated offerings of vintage street styles for both men and women. The curated collection of vintage street for men and classic chic for women was developed with a sincere vision to promote originality, fuel creativity, and inspire a cultural revival. There’s also a mini collection of vintage children’s clothes too!
Not only are the products ready to wear but they are also inspirational building blocks for anyone who works in the creative field Or just a fan of fashion.
If you find yourself in the Las Vegas area, be sure to stop by:
I recently linked up with Steve Madden to work on some illustrations for the latest issue of Steve Madden Magazine. I illustrated some of Steve’s funniest tweets! We had a short time frame to work before sending to print, not to bad for 2 hours of work, eh? Stop by your local shop and pick up a copy (and a pair of shoes).
One of my favorite brands in Seoul Korea right now is MISCHIEFHOUSE.
Ji-yeon and Ji-yoon have been neighborhood friends for years. The 26-year-old duo, collectively known as Mischief Makers, has been actively creating an accessories-driven lifestyle brand, with its emphasis on ’90s Golden Era aesthetics.
After starting their workshop/studio/garment factory, Mischief House, in Seoul’s bustling Hong Dae area in 2011, the girls made a wide range of military-pattern bags that caught my attention (shout out to my boy Jaeki for putting me on). In addition to obtaining their college degrees, the entrepreneurial ladies from Bundang, are quickly expanding their company.
Their strong graphics, unique design and badass attitude help them stand out from the rest. The girls draw inspiration from hip-hop, American pop culture, and their work echoes the style from the American 80′s era. I loved their inspiration wall featuring faces like Tyler the Creator, Busta Rhymes, Spike Lee, Whitney Houston, and more.
The girls recently unveiled their 2012 fall collection full of sporty outfits you should check out. After speaking with them few months back, it’s clear they’re not limiting themselves to making clothes, but eventually molding their passion into a full-fledged lifestyle brand. So, definitely, be on the lookout for these girls!
Demon Chef is a commission for Nowness that profiles the legendary gastronomer Alvin Leung. Featuring a eerie soundtrack and monologue from the chef himself, Ryan has provided beautiful visuals that take us on a visceral journey. As we walk through the che’f ingredients and cooking process. (source: it’s nice that)