Tag Archives: photography

In Journey 023, we follow along with photographer Laura Kaczmarek and friends as they explore an old, abandoned industrial park in Germany. What was originally planned as a search for unique, new places to skateboard turns into visual study of urban decay and the interaction between industry and nature. For the full photo essay, click […]

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Earlier this week we debuted our latest material experiment, The Oxidized Collection. To complete this project, our product design team harnessed the power of oxidization to bring brilliant turquoise, blues, and golds from genuine brass. These brass inlays are then applied to two versions of our classic Canby silhouette for a look that has truly […]

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Sometimes it’s all about your point of view. Georges Rousse creates mesmerizing windows into another world by meticulously crafting his single perspective installations, creating 3-dimensional paintings that come together when you stand in the perfect spot. Check out the video on his process, see the examples of his work below, and visit his website HERE.

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Here at Shwood we are avid fans of photography- both digital and film- and love to see new and interesting ways of capturing subjects. Photography offers a unique way to show a perspective, freeze a moment in time, or to tell a deeply moving story. Alberto Seveso instantly captured our attention with his series, “Heavy Metals”, in which he […]

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Jesse Morrow did such a fantastic job in telling his story in his first Journeys feature that we decided to bring him back for a second round. This time, he and a friend explored Southeast Asia, discovering that sometimes a trip becomes about more than just the itinerary. See some sample photos below and check […]

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