Posts Tagged ‘nyc’

D’emploi.

September 11, 2011



A small operation, fueled by the desire to return thoughtful work to the finished object. Goods made in New York on a Depression-era Singer using domestically produced canvas.

I really love this stuff, and I’v been hankering after this blue shirt for some time now. D’emploi! If you’re listening… can you make me a large please? x

Peep D’emploi.

Rapha Pops up.

May 4, 2010

On the 8th May Rapha Cycle Club will open in London. A combination of gallery, shop and café, the Cycle Club is a meeting place and hub for road riders. Unlike most ‘pop up’ stores, the Rapha Cycle Club will be more than just a retail space. With live screenings of road races and a full calendar of exhibitions and events, the Rapha Cycle Club will be a home for the sport and culture of road racing. This is the ultimate Rapha experience.

An extensive range of Rapha products including a limited edition collection of Cycle Club items, as well as food and drink. Various screenings and exhibitions will take place including every stage of the Giro and the Tour, and exhibitions celebrating Fausto Coppi and the centenary of the Col du Tourmalet.

Definitely need to check this out.
More info.

Hipster Shield.

April 29, 2009

I am Loving these pics of the early days of NYC messengers. Taken in NYC by David Perez Shadi between 87 and 90.

“We used to hang out in Washington Square Park when things were slow or after work. Most of us had shitty fixed gear bikes but they worked for up to 60 miles a day. I used to ride a Matsuri Fix. It was painted Bronze and it cost around $300. My buddy Ross rode a Colnago Fix it cost around $1200 and he wrapped it in Rubber tires but you couldnt hide the Campy C-Record Hubs and Cranks.”

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Found here.


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