We’ve just added a few more goodies from Los Angeles-based Lil Bullies Club to the Typo Shop, namely their Purple tape lapel pin, a great little permanent marker lapel pin, and their “Nobody Asked” collab with Killthegiant. [See More]
Are the Olympics cursed? Or just going through a really, really rough patch? If you’ve been following the shenanigans leading up to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, you know about the logo fiasco, the stadium controversy, and the bribery scandal. Here’s a fun listicle from Gizmodo with
12 11 good reasons why this year’s upcoming Olympics in Brazil should be cancelled.
Here’s a great song from the recent Contact Field Orchestra EP, MAPPING THE FUTURES GONE BY. CFO is known for crafting lush soundscapes which can incorporate everything from bluesy guitar riffs, to blippy digital sound effects, live percussion, and even found recordings from the field. If you like this as much as I do, you’ll be glad to know we have it in the Typo Shop. Enjoy.
Speaking of POW! WOW!, here’s a great recap video of POW! WOW! Hawaii 2016. It was expertly filmed and directed by Michael Inouye, edited by Michael Inouye & Sam Davenport, with hyperlapse video by Selina Miles, and additional footage from Andrew Tran, Zane Meyer, Vincent Ricafort, Pablo Rivera, Selina Miles, Jess T. Johnston, and Kevin Sawicki.
You probably already know that the plastic rings on six packs of canned beer and soda can create havoc on animals by choking or trapping marine life and seabirds. Florida-based Saltwater Brewery has teamed up with Webelievers ad agency to create these impressive barley & wheat-based edible six pack rings as a great solution to that problem. Cheers to that.
Happy Hump Day. We’ve added some new goodies to the Typo Shop, all in a musical vein, including some actual music, which I’m super stoked on. First up we have the incredible “MAPPING THE FUTURES GONE BY” EP set (limited edition 10″ vinyl + CD) from LA’s incredibly talented Contact Field Orchestra, next up we have the Turn It Up! lapel pin from PSD.CO outta Columbus, Ohio, and last but not least, we have the Sweet Reggae pillow with artwork by Benjie Escobar, for Selector. Enjoy. [See More]