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GANGSTERS DOODLE

We take a look inside the world of Post-It Note Illustrator turned author Marlon Sassy. The Vancouver based artist has grown a considerable following for his hip-hop culture inspired “doodles,” and with his first book under his belt, it seems like things are only going up for our friend Marlon.

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By Marcelo Gleiser Take a look at your hands. In them, you find atoms that once belonged to stars dead more than 5 billion years ago. Those stars, bigger than our sun, forged much of the chemistry of life during their last moments, before exploding into giant supernovae. They forged chemical elements spread through the […]

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LIFE, ART & LSD

A conversation with psychedelic visual artist Bob Bralove

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bralove2Shifting between crafts as a musician and visual artist, Bob Bralove has followed his passions on a fascinating journey. In our conversation with the contemporary painter we discuss the influence of art on society, the sources of his creative inspirations, and the power of LSD.

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NO, THANK YOU…

“I’ve been checking W&B for quite a long time. I’ve read every single post. There were times when I didn’t feel like going to the site, and afterwards I could always define that time period as uncreative, unoriginal and… uninspired. You make me think and you make me see things I wouldn’t probably notice.” So […]

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DRAWINGS BY OLAF

Mount Fuji By Olaf Breuning Don’t let the selections within fool you, Olaf Breuning’s work is expansive. Creating an array of illustrations, sculptures and installations, Olaf work has been embraced by fans and critics all over the world. I just love this shit though. It’s so simple. Yet it holds so much meaning. Remember, everyone […]

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Photography By Tiago Sperotto Walking through the Mission a few weeks ago, we happened upon Viracocha by chance. In fact is was the house like interior that caught our attention first. Upon entering Viracocha it’s hard to quite tell what it is. Although that’s the intention for owner Jonathan Siegel. With a desire to create […]

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Just some perspective for the Tuesday night. Known as a rite of passage for the Satere Mawe tribe of the Amazon, this ritual marks the transition into adulthood for the males of the Satere Mawe. Just imagine if this was you. From a distance, it seems as though in a lot of cultures there is […]

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I’m not quite sure where my fascination with Pablo Escobar began, and I doubt it’ll ever end. Perhaps it started with Cocaine Cowboys, so in fact I have Liz to thank for that. Nonetheless, Pablo Escobar’s legacy as one of the world’s most notorious criminals makes me wonder what his life was really like. How […]

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BAY LOVE

Photos by Tiago Sperotto There’s something magical about the Bay. You feel it the moment you step outside. Its in the air. The crispness cutting through any superficiality, revealing only what’s real in every interaction. Soon the magic is inescapable and you can’t help but smile. That’s just how it is in the Bay. You […]

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Photos By Celso White The thing I love most about traveling is meeting interesting people and hearing their stories. The human experience never ceases to amaze me, especially when it comes to people that live in a totally different environment. While traveling in Brazil I met two farmers who had taken a bicycle ride 6,000 […]

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SMILES ALL AROUND

Photos By Camila Marie It’s 4:45am and I still can’t find the words to describe Friday night. How do you put it all into words? I can’t remember a night that felt so good. One of those nights that I wished went on forever. Thank you to everyone for making the night so amazing. Special […]

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RELENTLESS AMBITION

A conversation with stylist and Storefront co-founder Roy Peart, Jr.

Photos By Deana Younus What inspires you? Life in itself inspires me. I’m inspired by my environment, art, movies, and music. But most of all I’m inspired by the beautiful struggle I’m faced with everyday. I have been through so many situations, so many people couldn’t even imagine. The challenges in life make me work […]

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What are your thoughts on the present condition of the music industry with piracy and low record sales? “The current state of all music is facing a dilemma of piracy of 90-95%, which is a catastrophe in the record business all over the world. Everybody is stealing all the music and it’s on both people. […]

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Photos By Tiago Sperotto

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