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Tom Fugle from scott pommier on Vimeo.

Longtime bike-builder, 72-year-old Tom Fugle is working to complete a chopper for the Born Free motorcycle show. After years of toiling in relative obscurity and near poverty Tom’s work is at last getting some recognition.

*Updated with a new epilogue.

Director/DP: Scott Pommier
Producer/Story Editor: Andrew Norton
Assistant Editor: Patrick Barfoot
Original Score: Jonn Ollsin

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Tom Fugle from scott pommier on Vimeo.

Longtime bike-builder, 72-year-old Tom Fugle is working to complete a chopper for the Born Free motorcycle show. After years of toiling in relative obscurity and near poverty Tom’s work is at last getting some recognition.

*Updated with a new epilogue.

Director/DP: Scott Pommier
Producer/Story Editor: Andrew Norton
Assistant Editor: Patrick Barfoot
Original Score: Jonn Ollsin

scottpommier.com
scottpommier.tumblr.com

instagram/twitter
@scottpommier

andrewnortonphoto.com

instagram/twitter
@nortonphoto

jonn ollsin
arjanmiranda.com

Thanks to:
PMG multirotors
Wooden Camera
Red Digital Cinema

Coffee Run - a cafe racer journey from Caronte Cycles on Vimeo.

Shot using a GoPro Hero3, ride around the country roads in the north West of England and Liverpool.Enjoy the ride!

#triumphbonneville
#caferacer
#gopro

Music
Artist: Real Estate
Album: Real Estate
Song: Beach Comber

Urban. Mountain guide. from Lundhags on Vimeo.

Being a guide is my profession – and it is my life. To feel good, I simply have to be active and outdoors. When I am outside with others who do not spend a lot of time in nature, I notice that they also really enjoy it. You can go to Barcelona for a weekend, of course, but then you come home and are completely exhausted. Out in nature you get energy in a completely different way. I think that many people have forgotten this.

teuf-spyder:

unrepentantwarriorpriest:

lady-armageddon:

unravelled-thoughts-and-feelings:

Wow incredible

Holy shit.

Epic

One of the very few times nowadays the word “epic” is not overused.

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houseandhomme:


{Loving so much: those iron doors; the modest interior in contrast to some pretty punchy elements like the blue staircase and the gold bases for the tables; also love the midcentury furniture and display; especially loving the domino wall!}

The new store extension on Albemarle Street in London is proof of this. The obvious shift is in the striking shop front facade. The original ground floor Georgian brick design is clad out in iron panels that have an intricate over lapping circle pattern cast in to them. The pattern itself creates a beautiful relief detail and shadowing on the facade and was inspired by a sketch from Paul Smith himself.

The designers, 6A Architects, mention that ‘cast iron forms an understated background’ to the streets of London.

Inside the store the famous stripes can still be found on upholstered furniture alongside interesting feature tables that have solid timber tops that look as though they’ve come straight from the forest floor, sitting on contrasting chunky bronze mirror legs. Nice.

One of the rooms has a distinctly Scandanavian feel to it in the form of its timber fixtures fixed back to the walls. An accessories room has a very clever use of dominos cladding the walls to create an amazing visual effect.

Main rooms in the store have understated but delicately detailed fixtures that sit against a modest back drop of white decorated plasterboard walls. The design team have opted for pop out splashes of colour in picture frames and an imposing blue staircase.

The undeniable stand out feature is that shop front though. Looking like All Saints classy older brother. I can’t wait to visit the store when I’m next back in the UK.

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douix:

Lacroix Chessex - House in Les Jeurs, 2013. Photos (C) Joel Tettamanti.

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