My friends over at Salazar have put together another beautiful mood piece for Lifetime Collective.
Watch the video below!
Once again I LIVE IN THE WRONG PART OF THE WORLD. New years resolution 2010 move to the other coast.
Reid, guys.. this is hot. Really impressive, thanks for sharing!
I have a Lifetime coat and the zipper broke twice in like 14 months :(
you should just let them know!
Hey Andrew, send me an email with the details and we’ll see what we can do for you!:
dave AT lifetimeclothing.com
see look at that :)
Lifetime Collective, you reinforce my love for you with every line you put out (sigh).
really nice… mmmm
NOOOOO!! all the people from the prairies and the east need to move back.(please)
the best thing about the woods is the lack of humans
the paradise i grew up in is melting away into oblivion
OK the only thing that bothers me about videos like this is that they make it seems so romantic to live in rugged wilderness. While it is an amazing lifestyle, it’s not so beautiful and pristine as it’s shown in sugar-coated videos like this! Oh my gosh, I get so ticked off whenever people trying to “cleanse themselves” make the 30 min drive into Big Sur just to sit around for a day and take whimsical pictures of each other. It’s such a tough lifestyle to ACTUALLY live! It’s dirty. No one has straight hair. No one wears makeup. No one is clean. Tight jeans are taboo. It’s just funny, so few people actually make the sacrifices to live this way. It’s more than just taking a day hike, you know? Oh well. Rant done.
those are some gorgeous trees
A selection of paintings by artist Victor Fota, from Bucharest, Romania. More images below.
A selection of paintings by artist Casey Bolding. More images below.
Sculptures by artist Amanda Emily Martinez, based in Queens, New York. More images below.
A selection of colourful paintings and large outdoor murals by our talented friend, Polish artist Natalia Rak. See more work below.
New work by artist Tristan Pigott (previously featured here). See more images from his upcoming show “Juicy Bits” below or on display at Cob Gallery in London June 8 – July 1.