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Ladies and gentlemen, FEELS II is in the books. Much love and many thanks to all the folks involved in bringing our first art and music festival to reality. Bringing together a host of musical artists, from Kool A.D., Teebs and Kreayshawn, to visual artists like Ryan Rocha, Bud Snow and more, FEELS II was one to remember.

Tag Archives: Culture

LEBRON IS HELLA COOL…

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So I was sitting in the back of a Jeep Grand Cherokee. The fact that this is one of my favorite cars –why, I have no real idea– has nothing to do with anything. What also has nothing to do with anything is that the owner of the car, my girlfriend, likes the older, squared […]

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On paper, pretty much everything about this movie sounds dope. When You’re Strange, directed by Tom DiCillo is made up of archival footage, documenting the legendary band from their rise to stardom up until Jim Morrison’s death in 1971. With narration by Johnny Depp, the film will give its audience a chance to see live […]

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It’s hard to collapse a city like Tokyo into a series of 50 photos. Nonetheless, James Ryang‘s collection gives us a snapshot of one of the world’s most interesting cities. These kind of projects are cool in that they capture how sprawling urban centers can be both impersonal and deeply personal, depending on the angle […]

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As founder and creative director of Award Tour and more recently the Madbury Club, it is safe to say that Phillip Annand is more than just a part of the renaissance. With a focus on the enjoyment of life, and the appreciation of the moments, at 20 years old Phillip has already built a quality […]

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“We can also approach the importance of compassion through intelligent reasoning. If I help another person, and show concerns for him or her, then I myself will benefit from that. However, if I harm others, eventually I will be in trouble. I often joke, half sincerely and half seriously, saying that if we wish to […]

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Cotdamn. The 70’s were so geeked. Believe it or not, the image above is from the inside of a ship. From the end of the Sixties to the mid-Seventies the chemical company Bayer rented a pleasure boat during every Cologne furniture fair and had it transformed into a temporary showroom, featuring the work of a […]

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THE TEMPLE OF TRASH

Here at Wine & Bowties we like to champion creativity. More specifically, creative expression that provokes thought. While many forms of art serve as a great medium for this, I’d argue that street installations are emerging as one of the most poignant interpretations of art. If for no other reason than for the simple fact […]

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The first time I watched this I felt a bit numb. And in a way helpless. Like something was happening that I couldn’t do anything about. Something so far away, but something so real. How’d it get to this? What can I do? I feel so helpless. But who am I to feel helpless? I […]

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A LETTER FROM MICHAEL

Max- I’m attaching a zipped folder of some of the work I’ve done in bathrooms. A friend of mine got a hold of a business card for your blog (with some green attached) and I noticed the quote “Imagination is more important than knowledge” on the back and though you might like some of these […]

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Photos By Tiago Sperotto for Wine & Bowties Situated unassumingly in the Jewish neighborhood of Fairfax sits Family Bookstore. A hole in the wall shop of sorts, Family offers an array of creative works aimed to provoke thought while supporting the arts. The narrow space of the store is easy to miss, as a collection […]

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THE REPLOGLE GLOBES

Honestly, my geography game is hurt. Real hurt. Like on the IL. Riding the exercise bike while everyone else is scrimmaging. But it’s good. The beautiful thing about life is that there’s always room for improvement, so the learning will never stop, unless you want it to. To the right is a children’s tin globe […]

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