Brainstorm Print + Design. New Jersey.

Brainstorm = Briana Feola + Jason Snyder
Love it all!

Colette + Etnies.

The Senix LV Sacre Green collection.

Colette's MeWeRecycle Project encouraged creative recycling so Etnies developed a line of 100% carbon neutral sneakers based on its pro-model shoe Senix. The shoes are made from sustainable materials inlcluding 100% organic hemp, bamboo, soy-based ink, water-based glue, PET recycled laces and recycled rubber. The shoes come in a variety of colors + designs but this Native American Aztec-style pattern is the sweetest.

Shi Xinning. Artist. China.

Mathew Cerletty. Painter. Wisconsinite. NYC.

Oil on canvas.


Warriors of Radness + Photographer Danielle Levitt.

School Dance T-shirt.

Swimming pool T-shirt. Danielle Levitt custom photo prints.

California based Warriors of Radness was started by surfer Trace Marshall. It's an extension of the bigger brand Gonz! named after surfer Eric Gross. Freshjive founder Rick Klotz + his bro Chad have also been involved with the development of this brand.
Danielle Levitt is an LA born, NYC based photographer represented by edgereps.com

Garance Dore strikes again.

Street style in Amsterdam.

Vans Vault + designer Taka Hakashi. Japan.

Bitter Chocolate.


The Bamboo Bike Studio. Brooklyn.

Two-Day Bamboo Bike Building Course.

The Bamboo Bike Studio started with an appreciation for bicycling-the best solution to simple, self-propelled, affordable (and enjoyable) transportation, meeting the needs of a world burdened with dwindling resources and an ongoing climate+energy crisis. They teach people how to build their own bamboo bicycles from scratch out of their Brooklyn studio. Bamboo is a renewable, fast-growing resource and a performance-positive material. All energy from their US bamboo bike workshop is directed into establishing self-sustaining bamboo bicycle factories in developing countries. "As part of our working collaboration with the Columbia University Earth Institute-based Bamboo Bike Project and the Millennium Cities Initiative for development, we provide testing and prototype construction at no cost. Together with our partners, we aim to establish scalable bamboo bike factories in Millennium Cities, starting with Kumasi, Ghana, Kisumu, Kenya, and Quito, Ecuador. This initiative addresses two key international development goals: 1) Improved Access to Transportation, and 2) Sustainable Light-Industrial Development."
See previous post on Bamboo bikes here.


Solange Knowles + son Daniel aka Juelz.

rad lookin fam!