JAMES McCULLAGH IN PADDINGTON Introducing a new series of…


Introducing a new series of profiles in collaboration with Nespresso, celebrating their new colourful small coffee machine, Inissia. We are looking into the morning routines of three Sydney men whose style and personalities are playful in colour and what unique pleasures their day brings.

Second up, I met with James McCullagh on his tree lined street in Paddington. His love for colourful footwear makes up for his understated style when he’s looking for that pop of colour in his wardrobe in the morning. 



Capture a colour that inspires your fashion choice on Instagram and #inissiaCOTD to win a Nespresso Inissia small coffee machine and home starter kit worth $380.80. Contest open to Australian residents only and ends Sunday 18th May 2014. General Terms & Conditions apply.

Shop Hunting Tuesdays – 29/04/2014 Bunch   |  …

Shop Hunting Tuesdays – 29/04/2014

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Born from the need to have better sketchbooks in the studio, Bunch has designed a notepad, together with a tote bag. Wire-binded, with 2mm thick blind embossed eska board, each pad features 70 blank sheets of 120 g/m2 Yellow Sunshine by Popset.

The tote is natural, non processed 140 g/m2 cloth screen-printed on both sides, double stitched 2cm wide bright yellow ripstop handle with yellow stitching detail and a built-in pocket sewn in on the inside.

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Born x Raised Spring 2014 Lookbook

Los Angeles-based brand Born x Raised presents its Spring 2014 collection via an accompanying lookbook. Artwork by Alexis Ross adorns a majority of the collection’s pieces, furthering the monochromatic aesthetic established by the relatively young brand. Shot at a local fair, the lookbook reflects Born x Raised’s carefree attitude toward young adult life. Look for the Born x Raised Spring 2014 collection now at select accounts and the brand’s online shop.

Born x Raised Spring 2014 Lookbook is a post by on Highsnobiety.

Office Tower’s Facade Built To Control Climate Indoors

UNStudio upgraded The Hanwha Group’s Seoul headquarters with a dynamic facade that lights up at night and controls the indoor climate during the day.

When designing a new headquarters for Hanwha Group, a large Korean conglomerate, sustainability was among the company’s top concerns. The company, which is heavily involved in the renewable energy sector, wanted its 620,000-square-foot tower in downtown Seoul–built in the 1980s–to adequately reflect its position as a leading environmental technology provider.

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‘Relics of Technology’ by Jim Golden

There’s nothing more tedious than someone droning on about how hard it was to make toast or create a spreadsheet in “their day.” Technology moves on, we all get that; but the lure of nostalgia is inescapable, especially when it’s as attractively packaged as Jim Golden’s Relics Of Technology. Across 15 images, Jim points the lens at various examples of obsolete consumer tech. From floppy disks to slide projectors, each piece is presented in a state similar to the equally obsolete educational TV broadcasts of the late ’70s and ’80s, helping to really crank that long-lost memory dial. See the full lot here, and before anyone asks, no we really don’t miss the VHS.

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