Bear Hands- Belongings
Bear Hands- Belongings
Gambino gets his satorial inspiration from me directly. I think I was wearing the same thing when I first saw this.
Warm your cold New England day up with this…
Today, the internet has provided us with an endless frontier of instant creative gratification. Like much social media, we’ve seen blogs mature from a diary based approach to smart, informative sources for what’s cool in culture. Everything from the trendiest styles, techiest gear, top creative sources, best luxurious travel, and most interesting people. Here are my top blogs from 2011.
I wasn’t sure exactly what I had stumbled upon when I found WhereIsTheCool?, but I knew I liked it. Mr. Jack Archer does a fantastic job of bringing us not only a daily inspiration showcasing his exquisite taste but also provides us articles from some pretty insightful sources. http://whereisthecool.com/ @whereisthecool
Like stuff? Yea me too. Gear patrol showcases some of the coolest stuff a man can buy. Of course, you should probably make at least $250K a year if you’d like to spend $750 on a flashlight but we wouldn’t judge you. Cars, watches, outerwear, audio, cameras, and much much more at your reading pleasure. Enjoy. http://gearpatrol.com/blog/ @gearpatrol
The Art of Manliness
The status of man is in a state of emergency. Here we have men acting like boys, boys acting like girls, and most guys acting like dogs. Fortunately, we have The Art of Manliness. This blog outlines what it takes to be a real man in the 21st century while still embracing the old school fundamentals of manliness. Everything from how to throw a knife to how to break up with your girlfriend. One of my personal favorites is the article “10 places to meet women other than a bar or nightclub.” Chivalry is not dead, in fact it just may be on the rise. http://artofmanliness.com/ @artofmanliness
Food is important, obviously. However, how you eat it should be important to you as well. We live in the age of the food revival, a time where the general public is aware of food which is not only healthy for you, but also tastes fantastic. We’re no longer bound to eating out at Applebee’s or TGI Fridays (thank God.) The restaurant in your local city that supports locally grown produce is on the rise and it seems like everywhere you turn a new farmer’s market pops up. With the ushering of this new movement it has also inspired thousands to get in the kitchen and play around…even guys. Every man should know how to get around in a kitchen, have a go to dinner dish, and know basic wine/meal combos. Let the food republic give you a hand. http://www.foodrepublic.com/ @foodrepublic
The highlighted life is the personal tumblr of photographer, cycler, adventurer, and sartorial genius-James Nord. My initial thought of Mr. Nord was “this guy is extremely into himself.” Not that it was a bad thing, just very apparent in that he has a lot of confidence in his product…himself. James is a remarkably talented person. His photographs are incredible and what he does in life is oftentimes inspiring. However I think the thing that is most respectable about Mr. Nord is the fact that he does whatever the hell he wants to. Isn’t that what we all want? http://www.jamesnord.com/ @jamesnord
Hecka cool video made by home-made megastore ETSY.
Nov 15. Childish Gambino. Camp. Pre-Order on iTunes
—Things Are Changin' (Live) [Solo Acoustic]
Song: “Things are Changing” by Gary Clark Jr.
Buy this album. $4 on itunes. A lot of it reminds me of that John Legend/Roots album that came out last year with some super smooth guitar. Watch the video here…http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=YrkJl70Ys1M
Watch this. Be passionate about what you do.