Seen here is a look at the offerings from eyewear label Native Sons. A project between Tommy O’Gara and NEIGHBORHOOD founder Shinsuke Takizawa, these made--in-Japan goods mix modern materials with handcrafted production methods. All acetates are based on plant-based cellulose with long-diamond-tooled core wires, an arrow-shaped hinge design and a star-nut configuration to adjust and hold hinge tension. The metal frames within this range feature high-grade titanium and antique plating.
Below are a couple more offerings from their 2012 fall/winter collection, which is set to release this month at select stockists including JOYCE Central in Hong Kong, colette in Paris and DSM in London:
A haircut isn't that interesting, until you get Rob Ferrel to cut it for you. He's a hair artist, and he creates some amazing detailed portraits and designs on people's heads. Here are some of them: Read more
The guy who created Rainbow Loom is Malaysian-born inventor Cheong Choon Ng. He's made £80 million in just three years. He was a former engineer at Nissan and Rainbow Loom bands are all the rage right now. Read more
Rolex‘s 5513 Matte Dial Submariner well-known to collectors. Produced from 1966 to 1984, the smallest differences from one 5513 to another could make the difference between a $5,000 watch to a $50,000 watch. It is no longer in production and 5513 editions still provide reference to it. Read even more on this incredible watch over at HODINKEE. Read more