Unseen McQueen.

Every image unseen. Until now.

Award-winning photographer Barry Feinstein is remembered for his compelling images of the entertainment industry’s greatest stars. As Dave Brolan writes in his introduction to this stunning volume, Barry was a ‘brilliant documentary photographer with the eye of a fine artist. He would work almost unnoticed and be at the centre of the action for the vital moment.’

Combat Zone

Worth Motorcycle Company is not about motorcycles. We facilitate social and cultural equity by providing marginalized men and women an opportunity to acquire various skill-sets; skill-sets typically required to thrive in any environment- social, occupational, educational, and otherwise. In order to achieve this, we encourage students to broaden their worldviews by being amenable to something new. While this may not seem like much to many, the truth is, the better majority of us have not tried something new, nor attempted to do something different, in a long, long, long time. Unfortunately, this makes sense. It's hard to do something different, even when change is obviously needed. Different is hard because it's couched humility. In this context, humility can be described as an individual's willingness to acknowledge that someone else could be right. Also making different hard: hope. If you're changing, it's only because you're hopeful regarding the potential outcomes. And where there's hope, there's vulnerability, and vulnerability can be plain old dangerous for our students. With that said, nothing is any more dangerous than the way things are today for these kids.

Jeffrey Schad & Co.

Jeffrey Schad & Co.

Jeffrey Schad is a professional photographer who takes beautifully quiet and uncluttered pictures. He also builds rad bikes (see here and here). Super-custom, hand-built bikes where outcomes are more dependent upon a trued lathe than the efficiency with which some sophisticated CAD program is able to change the originally defined direction of polyline vertices. I know the bikes are amazing, not because they've been featured in an Olivier Mosset exhibit, but because I'm not into customs, and I'm genuinely into these (note: to definitively assess an individual's degree of radness, instruct individual with unknown rad quotient to build a chopper for someone who isn't typically moved by choppers. If what you've built makes that person cry, you're rad, off-the-chains rad).