JCCA FUJI JAMBOREE 2014 from fatlace on Vimeo. Date: April 13 2014 Location: FUJI SPEED WAY Edit and Film: Teruhisa Inoue Music: Jose James/Every Little Thing
I’ve decided to put a bunch of extra stuff for sale on this special site I call Collect Everything. You’ll find random things from sneakers to engines to cars on it. Everything is negotiable but if you want to buy it outright at an incredible price just click the buy
Here’s a few photos from our capsule line which will be dropping June 13th. That weekend we celebrate the 1 year anniversary weekend for our Orange County Store which will include a sneaker gallery on Friday, The RuckOut on Saturday which features 100+ Cafe Racers & Ruckus’s, and Slammed Sundays,
I thought this would be pretty cool to feature The Hundreds 90k square feet workspace. I had no clue they moved since I visiting their NOW old spot in DTLA with the family a few years ago. The new space houses everything from the private offices of Ben & Bobby,
We’ve setup 2 locations in Socal in the past couple years and every time I fly down I think about how much I’ve spent staying in hotels and renting cars. Over the last year I’ve been looking at homes in Hawaii and SoCal. I haven’t pulled the trigger on either
Hunter’s been travelling the world with me lately and this week he came with me to Hawaii to check out our show which we dubbed, Offset Kings. Anyways, here’s Hunter next to his favorite car of the show which just happened to win the Speedhunters Award at our show.
Blogging seems to have become less important these days since the invention of instagram and the many social apps that share information by the second. Ill try to post a photo a day and talk about the photo to try to slow things down. First photo is from my most
I had an idea to create a bike rack a few years ago. We even made some prototypes. Glad those never surfaced as this one by Shelfie is a much better idea. Funded by Kickstarter the Shelfie is about to hit the market soon. Good job guys!
Ogilvy & Mather Berlin created this mini kiosk to introduce the tiny Coke can. The miniature kiosks were distributed throughout five different major cities in Germany. Kinda cool. Oh, not many know this but I used to work at Ogilvy as well as other advertising agencies in San Francisco in