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Team Dream Gradient Machine




Team Dream Bicycling Team knows how to work some gradients. Printed and sewn in Los Angeles by Endo Customs. More gradient goodness here.

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Montreal 1976



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Rapha TOC Caps




Rapha is offering a series of Tour of California caps available only at the race stages themselves again after working last year with Delaware-based type foundry House Industries. This collaboration was part of a series of cycling-related projects to promote the release of their then-upcoming font family Velo Serif. Continuing again in 2015 Rapha reached out to Colophon to design their ten-stage set of caps, each with their own fun colorways and patterns. Read more from the designers here.

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From the Flat Files

Some time ago I had the opportunity to flip through Paul Sahre‘s flat files in his Chelsea studio. It was a pretty interesting collection ranging from work by friends, his own work, and a bit of everything else in between. Sahre’s blog From the Flat Files gives everyone a chance to take a look at what he’s got stashed away, highly recommended.


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Saturdays Magazine

Saturdays first issue of their magazine is looking pretty good with a clean layout and equally pleasing photography. 290 pages and not a single ad- pure content. Pick up a copy from their web shop.

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Sit and Hill-Side

Definitely my favorite collaboration from the newly launched The Hill-Side & Co collection was done in conjunction with Sit and Read– purveyors of vintage furniture and other goods. My birthday is coming up, guys.. more info here.

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Suggested reading: Blue Note Style

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Emeco 1006

Emeco (Electric Machine and Equipment Co.) was founded in 1944 where it began manufacturing it’s iconic 1006 model chair on contract for the US Navy. Still made by hand in their Hanover, PA factory today as it was then of 80% recycled aluminum through a 77 step process. Light, strong, classic. Not just for boats and submarines anymore, they’re all over the world in cafes, homes, offices, you name it.

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