Mountain biking started in t-shirts and denim. But, unfortunately the traditional t-shirt fails in the context of riding. Quickly saturated with sweat, the moisture-absorbing cotton transforms into a heavy mop. The Kitsbow Ride Tee pays homage to the origins of our sport and the simplicity of a t-shirt, but uses modern technology to make it supremely comfortable, functional, and subtly refined with a few aesthetic touches. Its merino blend, Henley cut, and balanced use of color, evokes classical innovation – not a divergence from the path but merely a new chapter.
Marshall Eames was the perfect rider for our visual representation of what the Ride Tee is, he's aggressive, fast, and incredibly athletic. The perfect jersey for Marsh is one that looks rad on the descent, but also needs to wick sweat and preform during workouts or between stages on the enduro circuit. Please enjoy!!
Music: MC Cullah - Blazing Day
Rider: Marshall Eames
Shooting & Editing: Elliot Wilkinson-Ray
Since 1990, T-shirt culture has boomed worldwide, but Melbourne really got started in the ‘80s. A joint collaboration between Just Another, NGV Studio and T-world, TEES: Exposing Melbourne’s T-shirt culture examines and dissects the last 25 years of the city’s graphics on cotton through the eyes of avid T-shirt collector Eddie Zammit. Zammit digs into his 4,500+ tee collection to uncover influential items that demonstrate the power of Melbourne’s T-shirt past and its future direction.
On display at NGV Studio (Federation Square) from 7 December 2012 to 17 February 2013.
500+ T-shirts from Melbourne artists, brands, designers
30 exclusive portrait photographs by Nicole Reed
4 cabinets worth of T-shirt details
Melbourne and T-shirts. They just go together.
This weekend my friend Tee asked me to shoot a small video for her videobook. We didn't have much time because she was leaving on monday to Berlin. I wanted to test my new prime lenses so I ask her to shoot at night and, well, this is the result...
Mainly I learned two things, one, that Barcelona's street lights are so damn warm (I hate that) and two, that I wish a had at least a small light on camera (We used the light of an Iphone in one of the shots!)
But anyway the prime lenses are just amazing.
Music: "Nobody But Me" by The Human Beinz.
Novoflex shoulder support
Tokina 11-16mm f2.8
Sigma 30mm f1.4
Canon 50mm f1.4
Canon 85mm f1.8
+ Info (en español) en mi Blog:
In this commercial for RVCA Advocate BJ Penn, he takes you into his training camp and explains his relationship with RVCA.
Nicknamed “The Prodigy”, BJ Penn was introduced to Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in Hilo, Hawaii at the tender age of 17 by neighbor Tom Callos. It was through Tom that BJ met Ralph Gracie in 1997 and decided to relocate to Mountain View, CA to further his jiu-jitsu training.
From that time on, BJ Penn launched his storied career through the ranks of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and is today a UFC World Champion.
The limited edition Penn x Frost Tee is available now - shop.rvca.com/store/productslist2.aspx?categoryid=505
Brigitte Tee is widely acknowledged as the world's foremost authority on edible wild mushrooms. For more than 35 years she has supplied fungi to Britain's top chefs, including Albert Roux and his son Michel Roux at Le Gavroche, Henry Brosi at the Dorchester and to the Hix Group. Backed by her unrivaled knowledge and expertise, Mrs Tee is the only licence holder entitled to pick and sell wild mushrooms in the New Forest, where she is based. Here, as she hunts for mushrooms, Mrs. Tee explains the origins and secretive nature of her work.
Behind the scenes making of the tour t-shirts! Fueled by a 6 pack of brews and a Coonhound we hand screen printed shirts one evening in Des Moines, IA. Thanks to Alternative Apparel for providing us some top shelf shirts.
Shirt available out on tour:
And a big thanks to:
"Livin' (Feat. Blithe Field)" by Kites Sail High
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This entirely “recycled” spot brings the brand’s Workers, Ecology, Ideas ethos to the forefront, detailing their innovative manufacturing process to promote their 100% recycled cotton Trash Tee--the first of its kind in the world.
Client – EVERYBODY WORLD
Creative Directors – Wesley Phelan, Matthew Edwards
Director – Anton du Preez
Director of Photography – Wes Cardino
Assistant Camera – Barry Goldman
Photographer – Sylve Colless
Editor – Winnie Cheung
Assistant Editor – Regina Spurlock
Post Producer – Leslie Yoon
Color Producer – Evan Bauer
Colorist – Mikey Rossiter
Sound Mix and Design – Richard Vossgatter
Fotokem sales – Mary Chamberlain, Perry Suppa
Production Company – Mixed Business, LLC
Editorial – Picture Farm
Color – The Mill, NYC
Film Processing – Fotokem
Shot on (very old) Kodak film.
The Gypsy Project shredding Hangaren Skatepark.
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Song: The Blues Magoos - Never Going Back To Georgia
Agency: DDB NY
Client: Opening Ceremony
Director: Daniel Soares
Head of Production: Elana Staroselsky
Line Producer: Jeff Schroeder
DP: Mika Altskan
Editor: Micah Scarpelli @ Uppercut
Steeadicam: Gabriel Pimenta
Gaffer: Bjoern Ante Roe
Color: Mike Rossiter @ The Mill
H&M: Janera Rose
Wardrobe: Fred Marfill
Type: Duong Nguyen
Sound: Franz Brun
Sound Design/Mix: Raphael Ajuelos
Music by: Satelite, Human, Senpu
New Format. New Direction. New York. For the seventh issue, the only T-shirt journal in existence - known as T-world - travels to the Empire State. Milton Glaser's tourist campaign logo (I love NY) turned souvenir T-shirt graphic sums up the feelings T-world has for the most ambitious city of them all. The city has been responsible for the birth of hip-hop, the rise of graffiti as an art form, and famous artists like Andy Warhol. In fact, it was Warhol himself who inspired the idea that a single, ordinary product like a simple T-shirt (he used a Campbell’s Soup can) could generate the topic of art and conversation. 200 pages. Hardcover edition. Coming soon. www.facebook.com/Tworld.Journal
The WW Pocket Tee is now available in our online store! Each pocket is handmade, hand bleached, and hand sewn. No two are alike! Get your's at www.warpwave.bigcartel.com
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