NASA just released the entire Apollo Mission Project photo portfolio on Flickr. Spanning from Apollo 7, the first manned test fight, to Apollo 17, the final lunar mission, this collection of photos is spectacular and gives us a real perspective of what is was like to orbit the earth and travel to the moon.
I have been searching for a daily knock-around that I don’t have to worry about getting messed. Something that I can put on a NATO strap and will look good, yet with a subtle statement of heritage and the classics. In my search I have come across some great logo Air-Kings by Rolex.
I’m not going to go into the history lesson about the origin of the Air-King, but these small and classic pieces with the the secondary logo, gives these watches a ton of added character. All I need to do now is choose what logo I want to be sporting.
The National Portrait Gallery is showcasing the works of the Daily News photographer Harry Warnecke in a collection they are calling ‘In Vibrant Color’. Warnecke was the lead at the Daily News color photo studio and is credited in convincing the Daily News to invest in expensive technology that introduced color photography to the national audience. At the time, the tricolor process was so rare that Warnecke was forced to build his own camera, which used filters to separate images into the red, blue, and green pigments, creating the bold color we see in his photographs.
The collection showcases some of the cultural icon’s of the 1930’s and 40’s. Dale Evans, Louis Armstrong, Orson Welles and Dwight Eisenhower were just a few of the subjects Warnecke was able to capture. His photos used color, rather than the black and white contrast that most photographers of his era were focusing on. By pushing the ‘needle’ and expanding into color photography, Warnecke was to capture the true spirt of America.
Wtaps @ Tres Bien Shop
Bucket Hat @ Patagonia
Suppertime @ The North Face
Engineered Garments @ Jonathan & Olivia
Team USA @ Ralph Lauren
Basic White Bucket @ Amazon