We caught up with the Montreal based Molly Spittal to chat about The Stowe, her line of finely crafted leather bags and accessories.
Artist Rafaël Rozendaal has bridged the gap between new age digital artists and the old school art world with his bright and cheeky work. We caught up with Rozendaal at his New York studio to learn a bit more about his process and practice.
We spent a sunny Sunday with local florist Kelsey Sykes as she gathered, designed, and constructed a wreath of winter flora – and she gave us the run down on how to get started making our own.
On a recent trip through Estonia, our friend Amardeep paid a visit to on independent book publisher and shop Lugemik.
We caught up with the team behind the digital book club Bibliofeed and got some recommendations to tuck into this new year.
This weekend we make a festive Christmas concoction straight from our British Nan’s recipe book.
Benjamin and Janneane Blevins run one of the most interesting, well-curated periodicals shops on the planet from a very unlikely Midwestern town. They invited us in for talk about magazines, their work, and their city.
Our friend Tavish Timothy traveled to the David & Gladys Wright house in Arizona to learn a bit more about the historic home.
Our friend Jesse Reed takes us along for a lush, film-grainy ride to the island of Vieques in Puerto Rico.
One of our abuelas teaches us how to make a dunkable, delicious holiday cookie with roots in an old Spanish colony.
We met up with Richmond’s resident Minimalist to wrap some gifts and get some tips for a well-considered Holiday Season.
It’s our pleasure to welcome the storied Japanese Brand Porter Yoshida to the Need Supply Co. line-up.
We invited some of the most stylish folks around to celebrate the opening of our third brick-and-mortar location in Kumamoto, Japan.
Our friend Jay finally picked up and did what we always said we would – so we joined him in his new bakery to learn a bit more about the gluten arts.
A Sunday escape to the island with the most mythical, evocative landscapes in Scotland.
Joni Sternbach’s cult hit Surf Site Tin Type is now in it’s second printing. We spoke with Sternbach on the occasion of the re-release to learn about her process and the history behind her work.
We opened our third brick-and-mortar this weekend in Kumamoto, Japan. We take a mini tour around our newest home.
We paid a visit to Artist and Designer Nicole Patel to learn about the process behind her work.
We were invited on a special tour of Donald Judd’s home and studio at 101 Spring Street in New York City with some of the best Instagrammers around.
This week, we’re opening our second brick-and-mortar location, in the picturesque city of Kumamoto.