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Undefeated x Converse

Posted on May 28, 2012 Under Fashion

Hypebeast has the scoop on the new Undefeated x Converse Jack Purcell's. Classic, and affordable– I love them. Selling for $55 at a number of places around the world.

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SpearTalks: Richard Haines

Posted on November 7, 2008 Under Fashion

Richard Haines is designerman, a fashion designer and blogger whose sketches of NYC style cause as many double takes as the people who inspire them. A brightly talented illustrator with a taste for the streets, Richard strolls New York City…

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SpearTalks: Corey Rich

Posted on October 31, 2008 Under Art

When Corey Rich was 13, a teacher noticed that he had very capable biceps. This happened during a pull-up contest - one of those middle school battles to trick kids into fitness over fatness- and Corey had knocked out 35…

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MOB's Holiday 2009

Posted on October 31, 2008 Under Fashion
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SpearTalks: Seth Godin

Posted on October 24, 2008 Under Life

Many of you met Seth when he told you to be a purple cow. Some of you met him when you fell upon his blog, one of the world's favorites. The luckiest of you met him in person, either at…

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SpearTalks: Joshua Gajownik

Posted on October 17, 2008 Under Design

The creative industry: Yeesh. On one hand, working in it can result in the most un-careery of all careers; an endlessly fulfilling extension of what you love into what you do. On the flipside, that same industry can be the…

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SpearTalks: Michael Perry

Posted on October 10, 2008 Under Books

Let's start things off right by saying this: Wow, did we love that Hand Job. Not that that's an atypical reaction for us (we'll take hand-drawn ABC's over Photoshop-perfected ones anytime), but regardless, that book just felt good in our…

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SpearTalks: Doodles

Posted on October 3, 2008 Under Art

According to some, the streets are at a crossroads. Not long ago, the art covering the bricks and blank spaces of the city was more likely to get you in trouble than in Christie's, but today's take leans more towards…

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SpearTalks: Peggy Olson

Posted on September 26, 2008 Under Life

Take some modern furniture, a liquor cabinet, and an endless supply of questionable ethics, and you have advertising in its heyday. Surround that with a white picket fence (and some very good bone structure), and you have Mad Men, AMC's…

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Ridiculous Design Rules

Posted on September 18, 2008 Under Design

Ridiculous design rules: If you design, you probably have some, and they're likely as laughable as the ways our grandmothers told us we could get pregnant (kissing; freeze tag). I don't design, I'm a copywriter, but it may be fair…

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