Spanish surf label TWOTHIRDS have recently paired up with Vancouver Island native and photographer Jeremy Koreski for a soon to be released series of photo tees. We are all to familiar with Koreski and his immense talent behind the lens, from the surf and fishing photos to the more recent aerial photography it all captures the West coast outdoors perfectly. Below is the rundown from TWOTHIRDS on the project:
“We celebrated our newest Sentinel Collab together with Canadian Sentinel Jeremy Koreski. Jeremy lives the true outdoor lifestyle, which is reflected in all of his amazing pictures. It has been a true honor to have him here in Barcelona. The Jeremy Koreski Collab Tees are available soon in our online store.”
Snow Peak is making some beautiful apparel these days, and of course they’re shooting it splendidly as well. Everyone loves their ti mugs and sporks but I would definitely be in to one of the made-in-Japan wool pieces, not a hard thing to add to your wardrobe. Their ongoing Dictionary series is a clinic on how a modern lifestyle brand should market itself, peep if you haven’t already.
Pacific Wild‘s Conservation Director, photographer, and longtime Great Bear Rainforest resident Ian McAllister is on Vancouver Island this week speaking to the making of his (incredible) new book Great Bear Wild. From the Victoria Facebook event page:
‘Globally renowned for its astonishing biodiversity, the Great Bear Rainforest is also one of the most endangered landscapes on the planet, where First Nations people fight for their way of life as massive energy projects threaten entire ecosystems.
McAllister’s new book Great Bear Wild, a stunning collection of photographs and personal narrative, is the product of twenty five years of McAllister’s research, exploration, and campaigning for the spectacular area he calls home.’
With dates on the Island and surrounding areas through November, go learn more and support this project in the same stoke. Dates and details on the Pacific Wild site.
Been patiently waitin’ on the latest from the Fuct camp and here it is, the Fall/winter 2014 lookbook for Fuct’s SSDD line. The collection titled, Put your Money Where your Mouth is, is shot by Rick Rodney, same photographer as the last few SSDD lookbooks and he nailed it again on this one. The collection itself is pretty on point, but not really as cohesive as the previous, this one doesn’t look to have a real specific theme but I really don’t need that shit I just want to see some raw street styles and this fully encompasses that; house shoes and sweatpants with the snorkel, and flip flops and sock on the elevator in the telly (the Stuart at that).
With fall making its presence known through brisk mornings and earlier, gradient-drenched evenings, it seems like the right time to officially post our debut collection for the fall 2014 season. The collection, titled Doing Things, features six pieces all 100% manufactured, designed and printed in Canada. The lookbook was shot on Vancouver Island by Mike Pepperdine and Brendan Bennett, documenting a typical evening on the coast, riding motos, beach fires, beers and wheelies.
We have a limited selection from the fall14 Doing Things collection still available in our online shop as well as select retailers. Click through to view entire the fall14 Doing Things lookbook.
Here’s a selection from Rapha‘s s/s 2014 City Collection shot by Jake Stangel in Barcelona. Love ’em, hate ’em or totally apathetic towards ’em, no one can deny Rapha’s impact on contemporary cycling culture, from the dentist through to Team Sky… peep the entire lookbook fullscreen here.
Justin Morrison aka Scrappers is a man of many activities; drawing, painting, camping, surfing, moto riding and i am sure the list goes on. Born on Vancouver Island and now based in Portland, Scrappers is all about the adventure life and he wants to share and explore that with you, so much so he is looking to launch a free adventure/lifestyle mag called STAY WILD. To help get things off the ground he has started a Kickstarter page to raise money for the printing costs of the first issue. This looks like it is going to be a super rad publication, one I can fully support and if you feel the same head on over to the Kickstarter and throw down in the name of adventure…
Wow / damn / wow. Keizo Shimizu’s Needles (and sub labels) comes through with these amazing visuals for the s/s 2014 season. Styled impeccably, shot incredibly, etc etc – we expect a lot from the line which has impressed always in the past, but this lookbook may take the all-time cake… make sure to keep reading for the entire series.