i carry your heart with me

Melissa's Kite Copyright ©2011 · Jeffrey Mayfield · All Rights Reserved

i carry your heart with me (i carry it in my heart) i am never without it (anywhere i go you go, my dear; and whatever is done by only me is your doing,my darling)                                                       i fear no fate (for … Continue reading

Garage Company for Born Free 3

Kiyo's Notebook © 2011 Jeffrey Mayfield. All rights reserved.

Garage Company’s building a Knucklehead for Born Free this summer. Check Kiyo’s notebook at the 2:30 mark. Dudes meticulous. You know the machine’ll be proper.

Max Schaaf’s Vans 4Q Sk8-Mid

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A commercial for the upcoming Vans collaboration with Max Schaaf’s baby 4Q Conditioning. Max is already a legend in the worlds of skateboarding and motorcycle builders, and it’s fun just to be able to catch a glimpse of his workspace … Continue reading

SExSC02 Patina

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SExSC02 14.5 ounce double ring-spun raw unsanforized Japanese selvedge denim from Sugar Cane and Self Edge in San Francisco. I’ve worn this pair of dungarees for close to four years, and the amount of memories that are ingrained into their … Continue reading

Scott Schumann

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Short documentary of street photographer, blogger, Scott Schumann, a.k.a. The Sartorialist. Directed by Tyler Manson.

Shinya Kimura

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Short documentary by Henrik Hansen on Japanese motorcycle builder Shinya Kimura from Chabott Engineering.

Sean (1970)

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I ran across this documentary by Ralph Arlyck on Max Schaaf’s blog. It must be so insane to look back on the late 60′s and early 70′s. Cut through all the counter-culture rhetoric bullshit and you’re left with a failed … Continue reading

What Can You Make Happen Today

Not every thing. Just some things. © 2011 Jeffrey Mayfield. All rights reserved.

It’s strange how life works. If you’d asked me five years ago if this site would ever sit in a back corner of the Internet gathering dust, I would have laughed you off. Tragic Bliss has been, and was supposed … Continue reading