Category: Culture

Color Story: White

Color Story: White

We take a look at Spring’s boldest color story, the lack thereof.

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A River Runs Through It

A River Runs Through It

Our friend and Coworker Raymond reports back from Vacation with photos that make our long weekends luxuriating on the sofa pale in comparison.

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Studio Visit: Chris Visions

Studio Visit: Chris Visions

We pay a visit to the studio of artist and illustrator Chris Visions.

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Travel: Korea

Travel: Korea

Our good friend Jesse Reed reports back from his trip to South Korea

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Introducing: Officine Générale  

Introducing: Officine Générale  

Need supply Co. is happy to welcome Pierre Mahéo’s modern French atelier, Officine Générale, to the line-up.

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Sherrie Levine at David Zwirner

Sherrie Levine at David Zwirner

We take a look at the new works by Sherrie Levine, on view at the David Zwirner Gallery in New York City.

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Introducing: Schnaydermans

Introducing: Schnaydermans

Need Supply Co. is happy to welcome Stockholm based shirt makers Schnayderman’s to our men’s line-up for spring.

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Introducing: Pansy

Introducing: Pansy

We say hello to a line of organic cotton undies from the Golden State.

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20 Years of Wes Anderson

20 Years of Wes Anderson

This Sunday marks the 20th anniversary of the US release of Bottle Rocket, the first feature film of the singular Wes Anderson.

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Travel: Northern Sweden

Travel: Northern Sweden

Photographer Liz Schaffer reports back from the vast expanses of Northern Sweden, punctuated by a castle built of river ice.

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Studio Visit: Agnese Kleina

Studio Visit: Agnese Kleina

Agnese Kleina questions Latvian identity with her bilingual self-published magazine, Benji Knewman

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Love + Radio

Love + Radio

An interview with Nick van der Kolk, the mind and occasionally voice behind every podcaster’s favorite podcast, Love + Radio

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Selected Works: Poetry by Emma Young

Selected Works: Poetry by Emma Young

Most of us don’t often encounter poetry outside the confines of a grocery store greeting card. Moving beyond the sappy stanzas of love and roses can be an intimidating proportion. In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, we reached out to our friend and renowned poet Emma Young to guide us through the throws.

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Tom Wesselmann at David Zwirner

Tom Wesselmann at David Zwirner

An exhibition of the early work of artist Tom Wesselmann reveals a more human side to the large scale pop-artist.

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Studio Visit: Office Magazine

Studio Visit: Office Magazine

We pay a visit to the New York office of one of our favorite fashion magazines, office.

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A Conversation with Charlotte Cheetham

A Conversation with Charlotte Cheetham

After ten years of running manystuff.org, the preeminent archive of contemporary graphic design, Charlotte Cheetham is calling it quits. We speak to the curator and take a look back at the one of the design community’s favorite resources.

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Back to Basics: 90’s Minimalism

Back to Basics: 90’s Minimalism

As the 90’s inspired collections for Spring begin to arrive, we take a look back at the designers and philosophies from the last decade of the millennium that are inspiring designers today.

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Human Being Journal 7: Cover the Cover Winners

Human Being Journal 7: Cover the Cover Winners

To celebrate the release of our 7th Human Being Journal, we challenged our Instagram followers to reinterpret the cover featuring artist and model India Salvor Menuez. Today we announce the winner, and take a look at some of our favorite entries.

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An Interview with Shoichiro Aiba of LIFE

An Interview with Shoichiro Aiba of LIFE

We paid a visit to the home of Chef Soichiro Aiba of LIFE Daily Meals, the Italian Café nestled into our newest location in Kumamoto Japan.    

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Flatlands at The Whitney

Flatlands at The Whitney

This Thursday marks the opening of Flatlands, the first exhibition to open at The Whitney Museum of American Art this year.

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