Our compilation of everything awesome (and Orwellian) about life in 1984.
It was the best of times, and we want to go back. So we did. And we’ve compiled everything that you loved about 1984. It’s reverse dystopia. It’s Orwell’s optimistic fantasy, if Orwell dreamed of being loud, proud, and American. In a nutshell, it’s your life, in the year Nineteen-Eighty Four.
Benedict Redgrove’s photographs of aeronautics bring a stillness to flight.
If our private jet fantasies ever materialized, this is exactly how they’d look. Clean, white, minimal. Power harnessed by beauty. Pure force eclipsed by design. Mysteriously, Benedict Redgrove has taken lens to our dreams, and the results are stunning (as we’d expect).
From Europop Nod to Krav Maga, these Diversions + Tunes are worth your while.
1. ANGRY BALDWIN: Clever infographing of Alec’s outbursts. Joke’s on who? / ChartGirl
2. MIGUEL HERRERA, PRO SOCCER COACH WATCH
In the Spanish countryside, a stable in ruin is reborn in a modern, off-grid ranch home.
In the countryside of Cáceres, Spain, life continues how it has for centuries—livestock farming is king, ranches are handed down through generations, and the rolling hills offer food, water and shelter for the cattle and their owners. So when Madrid city-dwellers Carlos Alonso and his sister Camino bought an abandoned stable, the countryside looked twice.
Ed Drew’s tintypes are the first taken in a combat zone since the Civil War.
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In the last hundred-and-fifty years, cameras have changed a lot. But, their subjects haven’t. For photographer Ed Drew, that’s important, and when he was deployed to Afghanistan as a helicopter aerial gunner, he decided to take pictures that represented photography’s longest standing subject: people.
Aether’s first stand alone store is three cargo containers tall, and it’s gorgeous.
Reviving the storefront is a massive task, and it takes a complete re-imagining. So when visualizing their first stand alone shop, Aether expanded their imagination. The result was a three story, modular, symmetrical and aesthetically simple structure, built with a nod to the emergent pop up shop, but with the longevity of a traditional storefront.
With our ongoing Aether sale, we decided to walk over from Huckberry HQ and explore the cargotecture. It was captivating. As the BrighterFaster street art shouted from behind the structure, AETHERsf seems to exist always a step ahead of the retail game.
As the Tour reenters the Alps, we look to Eddy Merckx, the greatest cyclist of all time.
It’s a common debate in sports, but it all boils down to one classification: what makes greatness? Championships play a part, as does the advantage over the competition, the way the sport adapted to the athlete and, of course, the personality that will engulf the statistics and turn an athlete into a legend.
A local chef and mixologist share simple, straightforward summer recipes. Part 1 of 4.
The first in a series of four summer recipes, featuring fresh, seasonal food and drink.
Since food is best when shared, we decided to sit down with a couple friends from the other side of the counter, and put together some recipes for the summer season. Our standards: we wanted food that was seasonal, tasted incredible, and was simple to cook.
Timmy Malloy, chef at Local’s Corner, does it every day, and he welcomed us in his kitchen with open arms. Complimenting the offering, Vince Toscano, manager and mixologist at Rye, offered to concoct some liquid enhancements to our time together.
The husband and wife duo of America Y’all travel the states in rustic matrimony.
Our friends from Austin-based America Y’all recently returned from a nine-day, fourteen-National-park road trip, where they celebrated the great outdoors in the best way possible: with each other.
We think there’s something to be said for sharing the places closest to your heart with the one closest to your heart, so take note as Jeremy and Taylor Pawlowski revisit their idyllic road trip together.
Mugshots of Sydney’s underbelly reveal the gritty past of one of the world’s great cities.
The Sydney Forensic Photography Archive is a collection of mugshots featuring some of the most famous antipodean villains of the early 20th century. Below we've included the mugshots, names and descriptions of some of the more infamous criminals, including Tilly Devine and Botany May. It's a captivating look back at the rough, formative years of one of the world's great cities.
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