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SIGNALS

Nov 25th, 2013 | Categories: SIGNALS | by Michael Williams

  • Brooklyn gets a ‘Made in the USA’ pop up called Kai D. [Selectism]
  • Inside Sing Air’s 18 hour all-business class flight (longest in the world) from Newark to Singapore. [Engadget]
  • A morning with Taylor Stitch founder Mike Maher. [Five O'Clock]
  • Amazing knives made in Oregon by 17th generation Yoshimoto Bladesmith [Vimeo] [Pictured]
  • Best Made Co. circa 1965. [10Engines]

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SIGNALS

Nov 18th, 2013 | Categories: SIGNALS | by Michael Williams

  • Simple, smart and well-considered. Gear Patrol’s home run GP100. [Gear Patrol]
  • Leave it to the Dutch to design a crazy-awesome camp cooking kit like this. [The Scout]
  • 50 years to the day, CBS will stream its coverage of the JFK assassination. [The Verge]
  • “A clean in-box contributes no value.” Lessons in productivity. [Businessweek]
  • The adventures and good-looking Stumptown gear from Danner and West America. [Danner] [Pictured]

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SIGNALS

Sep 11th, 2013 | Categories: SIGNALS | by Michael Williams

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  • Grenson takes stock of its Northampton factory which spanned generations. [YouTube]
  • Red Wing Heritage x Barneys New York as told by The Coveted Man. [The Window] [Pictured]
  • Mr Porter finds the man with the most stylish slash insane commute. [Mr Porter]
  • Inside Motorola’s massive Moto X assembly plant in Fort Worth, Texas. [Engadget]
  • Interest stuff as usual from the Levi’s Makers series. [Selectism]
  • Madison, Wisconsin’s East Dane enters the menswear e-commerce fray. [East Dane]

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SIGNALS

Aug 1st, 2013 | Categories: SIGNALS | by Michael Williams

  • A handsome trove of American made furniture [Valet]
  • The allure of the legendary albino Rolex Daytona. [Hodinkee]
  • Filson’s prudent product evolution. [Esquire]
  • The search for Civil War era beach chairs is finally over. [10 Engines]
  • A beautiful look inside Sunspel’s English factory [Sunspel] [Pictured]

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SIGNALS

May 29th, 2013 | Categories: SIGNALS | by Michael Williams

  • Through the lens of William Eggleston. Look at all of those Leicas. [Wall Street Journal]
  • The Last Ice Merchant is the most stunning film I have seen in ages. [Gear Patrol] [Pictured]
  • The Ovadia twins are absolutely crushing it. Best in class clothing. [GQ]
  • The car everybody wants and nobody needs. 50 Years of the Porsche 911. [New York Times]
  • The Rise and fall of charm in American men. [The Atlantic]

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SIGNALS

May 19th, 2013 | Categories: SIGNALS | by Michael Williams

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  • Absolutely insane: The man who rode thunder. [Huckberry]
  • For sale: 1953 Ferrari 340/375 MM Berlinetta ‘Competizione’ [RM Auctions] [Pictured]
  • Breaking down the advances in beer can technology. [Bon Appetit]
  • Incredible modular mahogany furniture designed by Charles Eames in 1941. [Covenger + Kester]
  • All one needs is a good pair of American made board shorts for summer. [GQ]

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SIGNALS

May 13th, 2013 | Categories: SIGNALS | by Michael Williams

  • Levi’s Made & Crafted Design Director Miles Johnson talks inspiration. [Hypebeast]
  • 40 lessons for a happy life. [Medium]
  • Great business advice from Life is Good CEO Bert Jacobs. [Wall Street Journal]
  • A Man of Record: Gay Talese and his bunker. [The New Yorker]
  • A simple (and beautiful) life by the lake in Tasmania. [Betty Wants In on Vimeo] [Pictured]
  • Bonus: Barns are painted red because of the physics of dying stars. [Smithsonian]

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