1. Designer, Omer Arbel, for The Wall Street Journal. 

     

  2. Always an inspiration - Chris Wahl. Check out The Heather Project

     

  3. jennilee:

    Circa 1948 is Stan Douglas’ new collaboration with the National Film Board of Canada. The project comprises an interactive art app for iOS devices that provides a window through which the user can visit Vancouver during that period of social and economic change.

    (via Vancouver Street View, Circa 1948 - LightBox)

     

  4. Maker Lab / University of Victoria - for University Affairs Magazine

     

  5. enroutemagazine:

    Brothers and Herschel Supply Co. founders Lyndon and Jamie Cormack have got each other’s backpacks.
    Lyndon et Jamie Cormack, frères et fondateurs de Herschel Supply Co. ont plus d’un tour dans leur sac (à dos). 

    Photo by / par Grant Harder

    See more from our April 2014 issue.
    Découvrez le reste de notre numéro d’avril 2014.

     

  6. Matt. 

     

  7. Gaucho light test. Argentina, 2014

     

  8. Paracas National Reserve - out now in New York Mag. 

     

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  10. Brett Gundlock - El Pueblo 

     

  11. I met up with a buddy of mine visiting from Toronto yesterday- Brett Gundlock. He’s working on an ongoing project in Mexico called El Pueblo.
     
    "…the people of Cherán have controlled their own local police and government. Inspired by these actions, more then 30 neighbouring towns have taken the law into their own hands. The women of Cherán may have started Mexico’s next revolution”
     

  12. Foraged still life experiment 01

     

  13. Omer Arbel- designer, co-founder of Bocci and an all around good person to chat and shoot photos with. Have you seen his lighting? Amazing. 

    For The Wall Street Journal. 

     

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  15. Paracas National Reserve, Peru.