My very favorite thing I've seen in EDP; I am modeling one of my drone examples after this. Personalizing your tech, making a precious object reflective of your own aesthetic, YOURS, OWNERSHIP.
Though, technology breaks// becomes obsolete, so what becomes of this precious thing you made your own? Or is this an answer to making things wear in and not out?
While outwardly, Rodeo Labs seems like a bike brand, I've come to know it more as an adventure ride/ crazy endurance/ backcountry/ wilderness lifestyle phenomenon. Velosteef goes on these insane high-alpine rides, often 12 hours long, which he records with a drone. He often goes alone, or with one other person.
His rides and adventures are what really inspired me to go try this whole bike-packing// adventure cycling business.
Drawn to the aesthetic of his work, interested in the discussion of monuments. Though really really drawn to aesthetic.
Would like to draw inspiration from these for drone personalization.
his work portraying middle class teenaged white girls is creepy and wonderful and i still have a hard time deciding why i love it so much. i find it PARTICULARLY creepy that white is a middle aged man making these works. (obviously not all of his works were about this, but! my favorites were)
seems to follow the life of an affluent girl who is home alone, and "bored"
A girl describes the expectations placed on her by her family// and her affluent hopes and it gets me every time.
I found her work before I found here; I was researching scanner glitches for a project at work. I seriously LOVE how she uses the medium. Breaks it.
She creates 3d worlds featuring 3d women, sometimes includes selfies that have been 3d rendered. Good stuff. One of the pioneering women of CGI
I don't really need to talk about her because I have way, way, way too much. Creepy, pretty, popular cultural aesthetic, C4D aesthetic.
Travels by van, alone, following mountain-bike weather. She teaches mountain biking to women/ young women to support herself.
Just completed a Colorado Trail Through Hike, SOLO. 600 some odd miles, unsupported, and alone. She's amazing.
Multiple divide rides. Travels across Alaska. Continental Divide, Baja Divide. All those long long long endurance races. Hero.
Illustrator from Austin, TX. Travels the west illustrating and exploring nature. She illustrates what she sees.
Athletic clothing, that's beautiful and inclusive.
John Prolly// The Radavist:
Cycling taste-maker/ photographer/ journalist
screen print artist/ professor in texas. my favorite printmaker.
he runs caffeinated mornings, designs beautifully.