DriveXC_Marfa_04.04_01
03 Apr 2015

Prada, Marfa

Since opening in 2005, Prada Marfa has become a fashion ‘destination’ of sorts for all wanderlusters interested in making a pit-stop at one of the most random, iconic installations that have nothing to do with anything. You can read more about it at the Wiki page I linked, but it

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DriveXC_Austin_04.02_12
01 Apr 2015

The 6-Hour Wait For BBQ

Aside from its infamous brisket, Franklin’s in Austin is known for an obnoxiously long line. Like, long enough to have its own Twitter (@FranklinBBQLine) kinda long. Like, I got there hungover, ate breakfast tacos, took a nap, wrote some emails and still hadn’t even moved kinda long. Like… five hours

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31 Mar 2015

The Architect of Illustration

With the ease of engagement to various artists on Instagram I met Azizi Zulkifli from Malaysia,  a student of Master in Architecture in Melbourne. Azizi dedicates 6 – 8 hours per car illustration. I asked him if he is open for a feature on this site. Check out these wonderful ‘art pieces’. Had

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30 Mar 2015

Ride or Slide Family

This weekend while attending the SuperStreet x Formula Drift Tech Day over in Irvine, CA.  I ran into my buddy Ernie who happens to be showing his GTR at the OlloClip booth. Soon after I was introduce to, Mark Sweetser – director of sales of Olloclip and got to check out their very nifty product. The Olloclip is a

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FCK_8343
28 Mar 2015

Heaven on Wheels 2K15

The 12th edition of Heaven on Wheels was a great season opener. The parking lot was packed and we have received the maximum number of cars. Almost 2000 cars showed up from different countries! England, Germany, Netherlands, France, Luxembourg etc. The crew did an amazing job, the organisation was great and

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DriveXC_NewOrleans_03.27_01
27 Mar 2015

Be Easy, Big Easy

New Orleans is one of those cities that’s easy to fall in love with. From the culture to the people to the art to the music to the food – oh. my. god. the food(!!!) – every aspect of the city is charming and sweet and nostalgic in all the

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23 Mar 2015

GOT TO BE THE “SHORESHOT”

Most people don’t know that about 20 or so years ago I created an AAU Basketball program in my hometown, Jackson, NJ. The idea for this program began with the collapse of my younger brothers original AAU team. In other words he needed a place to play, so I came

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DriveXC_WhiteSands_03.23
23 Mar 2015

What Do You Mean They Don’t Have Soup Dumplings Here?

I’ve got a slew of flicks from New Orleans, Austin, Marfa and Carlsbad, but this shot from White Sands was too good not to share immediately. The park is arguably one of the most beautiful, jaw-dropping places I’ve ever been in the entire world. More on this later, but let’s

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22 Mar 2015

Deadstock Pop-Up

Once we knew we were moving to the Portland area, we started to connect and reconnect with a few locals…one who was really helpful was our good friend Ian Williams who was a featured Tastemaker last year. This weekend he invited us out to a sneak preview of his Deadstock

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DriveXC_Saluda_03.20_07
20 Mar 2015

Salud-a!

One of the things I’ve been looking forward to most on this roadtrip are random turn-offs in the middle of nowhere. How often is it that you get to pull off at a little town of <1,000 people to chat with locals and learn some history? Erin & I had

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