August 07, 2016
July 20, 2016
'Turn on, Tune in, Drop out.'
The latest Jungles collection subtly references the American psychologist and philosopher Timothy Leary, who was known for radically promoting the idea of thinking for yourself and questioning authority, as well as encouraging the use of psychedelic drugs under controlled conditions.
March 13, 2016
Pins are in. From Simpsons references to tattoo art to much loved junk food, the lapel pin is being reinvented to reflect our sarcastic obsession with pop culture. Here is a list of five pin creators that we can't get enough of:
1. No Fun Press
Proudly claiming to provide quality goods for disgruntled people with discerning tastes, No Fun Press has been promoting bad vibes out of Toronto since 2011.
Hailing from no one knows where, Bracelegs Collective turn everyday pleasures and pop culture references into colourful pins that pop.
3. Squid Lords
Hailing from Toronto, Squid Lords take themselves not seriously. Designs are inspired by cartoons, graffiti and tattoo art.
4. Inner decay
Deep, dark and deadly pins out of Canada
Out of Brooklyn, Pintrill's product represents the here and now of NYC. A dope lineup of sneaker pins and plenty of takes on classic street wear labels, Pintrill are obviously inspired by the land the live on.