Things they carry is a segment documenting the people that inspire me and the things they carry. This installation highlights Eric Hardee, a photographer, designer and developer behind Rivendell Mountain Works. Maintaining a micro-cottage production philosophy, RMW fully operates here in the USA and still uses the original patterns/designs from the Larry Horton era. Check out more of Eric’s design work here.
Visit Rivendell Mountain Works for more info.
1. Dakota watch
2. P-38 (on ring attached to snap link)
3. French, aviator style, Glacier Glasses
4. Leather bound address/phone book (my brain)
5. Worry rock (touchstone)
Things they carry is a segment documenting the people that inspire me and the things they carry. This installation highlights Andrew Holder, a designer/illustrator based in Los Angeles. His client list includes Monocle, Arkitip, Sub Pop and NPR. Often utilizing a jovial color palette, his work can make almost any composition seem welcoming. I love this type of work.
Visit andrewholder.net for more info.
2. Harmonica. I don’t actually carry this around but I think I am going to start to today.
3. Keys, two of which I have no idea what they are for.
4. Sketchbook, in case I have any epiphanies on the go.
This is the first entry for a new series that I would like to call, Things they carry. This segment documents the people that inspire me and the things they carry. The first installation is from Steph Walker, a west coast transplant now living in Brooklyn as a designer/illustrator. Her inspirational motifs include science, math, nature and simple machines. Her collaborators include Graniph, 2K by Gingham and The Quiet Life to name a few.
Visit walkersteph.com for more info.
1. Keys, the many needed to get into apt, (3) office, (2) and USB drives.
2. Prepaid Phone
3. Steel Water Bottle
4. Wallet Pouch