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
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
While on a business trip to Dallas a few weeks ago, I was fortunate to still fit in some pleasure during my visit 🙂 First stop in the Lone Star State was the Fall Concorso at Boardwalk Ferrari, which was easy to find because of the migration of supercars on
I am fortunate enough to be able to travel around the country for work pretty often throughout the year; this keeps me very occupied and unfortunately at times away from enjoying photography and sharing my experiences here. A couple months back (in July) I went to Houston and worked there
A photographic exploration of bespoke Texas trucks, style, and hunting culture. Photographer A. Lokey spent three years immersed in quail hunting culture and emerged with a beautiful 296 page documentation of rarely seen, eccentrically purposeful, 4 wheeled creations. Bespoke and personalised but often audacious, the trucks and vehicles built for
The last month has been an absolute whirlwind, but in the most extraordinary ways possible. I figured I’d at least try to post a few snippets of the going-ons in my life, if for no one else but to see but my mom. (Hi Mom!) For those who don’t know,
When a Civic from Southern California meets a Civic from Houston, Texas. Feature: Back to Back Flushness. Filmed & Edited By: Shavi W.