Ray is RAD
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“TBT: Once I made a bike for Kermit”

Ray is a local legend here in LA. Well, at least in a few circles. Namely the design / manufacturing and mountain bike scene. He’s been machining and fabricating for Hollywood pictures all throughout his adult life, yet this one tidbit he shared today really resonated with me, as I’m sure it will with you. Ray, you’re rad! Now let me get into your shop and take some photos!

Sep 30, 2016 6 comments
Blind Chic’s Goliath Roll Top Hip Bag
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Hailing from Budapest, the ladies from Blind Chic know how to design and assemble some damn nice bags. I’ve been a longtime fan of their work and with more and more people asking for options in terms of hip bags (especially European customers,) I can’t pass up the opportunity to plug the Goliath Roll Top, which is available in either waxed cotton or cotton. Head to Blind Chic to see their full lineup!

Sep 27, 2016 3 comments
SOLD OUT! Howdy Western Shirt Series – the Cactivist
Howdy_Cactivist-1

“Howdy” is an abbreviation of “how do you do?” and when you say it either on the street or trail, it always gets a smile. Using Western-themed cartoons as inspiration, I pinged Kyler Martz to do a couple of shirts, the first being the Cactivist.

They’re printed on American Apparel white cotton pocket t-shirts, with three color hits by our friends at FUN. In stock now for $28 + shipping. Scoop one up below. Sorry sold out! These will ship on Friday. Thanks for your support!

Sep 26, 2016 9 comments
Barry’s Ride the Griffith Observatory Maps
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Our friend Barry just made prints of this awesome map, detailing the rides you can do in Griffith Park, namely the Observatory:

“As I said about the first run: Everyone knows that #LASucksForCyling. Really, it’s terrible. Don’t move here to ride bikes. But if you do, you’ll find out that it’s actually pretty great. I live on the east side, which means that Griffith Park is one of my regular stomping grounds. There are dozens of loops to ride through the park, not too much car traffic and lots of weird LA history (Table 29?).

Looming large over the park is the Observatory. It’s a perfect little after work climb, mid-commute high-point or sightseeing stop. So how do you get there? Wonder no more. ”

18×24, one-color screen print on some nice, heavyweight French Co. paper. Each one signed & numbered. $35, shipping included. Scoop one up at BarryMCW.

Sep 26, 2016 1 comment
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Ray is RAD
RayIsRad2


“TBT: Once I made a bike for Kermit”

Ray is a local legend here in LA. Well, at least in a few circles. Namely the design / manufacturing and mountain bike scene. He’s been machining and fabricating for Hollywood pictures all throughout his adult life, yet this one tidbit he shared today really resonated with me, as I’m sure it will with you. Ray, you’re rad! Now let me get into your shop and take some photos!

Sep 30, 2016 6 comments
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Blind Chic’s Goliath Roll Top Hip Bag
Goliath_waxed

Hailing from Budapest, the ladies from Blind Chic know how to design and assemble some damn nice bags. I’ve been a longtime fan of their work and with more and more people asking for options in terms of hip bags (especially European customers,) I can’t pass up the opportunity to plug the Goliath Roll Top, which is available in either waxed cotton or cotton. Head to Blind Chic to see their full lineup!

Sep 27, 2016 3 comments
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SOLD OUT! Howdy Western Shirt Series – the Cactivist
Howdy_Cactivist-1

“Howdy” is an abbreviation of “how do you do?” and when you say it either on the street or trail, it always gets a smile. Using Western-themed cartoons as inspiration, I pinged Kyler Martz to do a couple of shirts, the first being the Cactivist.

They’re printed on American Apparel white cotton pocket t-shirts, with three color hits by our friends at FUN. In stock now for $28 + shipping. Scoop one up below. Sorry sold out! These will ship on Friday. Thanks for your support!

Sep 26, 2016 9 comments
Barry’s Ride the Griffith Observatory Maps
RidetheObservatory-1

Our friend Barry just made prints of this awesome map, detailing the rides you can do in Griffith Park, namely the Observatory:

“As I said about the first run: Everyone knows that #LASucksForCyling. Really, it’s terrible. Don’t move here to ride bikes. But if you do, you’ll find out that it’s actually pretty great. I live on the east side, which means that Griffith Park is one of my regular stomping grounds. There are dozens of loops to ride through the park, not too much car traffic and lots of weird LA history (Table 29?).

Looming large over the park is the Observatory. It’s a perfect little after work climb, mid-commute high-point or sightseeing stop. So how do you get there? Wonder no more. ”

18×24, one-color screen print on some nice, heavyweight French Co. paper. Each one signed & numbered. $35, shipping included. Scoop one up at BarryMCW.

Sep 26, 2016 1 comment
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