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British Vintage Boxing Tackles Ted “Kid” Lewis as Latest Inspiration

British Vintage Boxing reunites with model Jacey Elthalion as the brand introduces another muse to its boxing inspired lineup. This time around, the label pays tribute to Ted “Kid” Lewis. The professional English boxer is admired as a two-time World Welterweight Champion. Show More Summary

Week in Review: Mark Fisher Embraces Rock Style, River Island Unveils Fall Fashions + More

Review the most popular updates of the prior week. Black Hole: Mark Fisher by Philip Burrow CH Carolina Herrera Tackles the Timeless Wardrobe British Vintage Boxing Connects Fashion & History Nick Jonas is Out’s Latest Cover Star Room...Show More Summary


Aging rock and pop stars often seek a late-career safe harbor in country music, but 62-year-old Cyndi Lauper tackles the genre with characteristically daring eccentricity. Rather than dully respecting the vintage material she covers here, much of which dates back to the Fifties, she dotes on it, downplaying neither her...

Delightful Bits Of Vintage Graphic Design Inspiration

Vintage design is an endless source of inspiration. Seeing how fellow designers tackled their job decades ago, with a limited set of tools, and how timeless, even classic, some of the pieces are still today, is fascinating. With this Quick Tip, we want to leave behind current trends and indulge in the aesthetic of past times. Show More Summary

Vintage Motown Justin Bieber

12 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

(YouTube link) Postmodern Jukebox specializes in taking a song and setting it in another era, with a different style. We’ve seen them do it with all kinds of songs. In their latest video, they tackle Justin Bieber’s hit “Sorry” with vocalist Shoshana Bean and present it in classic Motown style. Show More Summary

How to Create a Flower House

Flower power isn’t merely a vintage buzzword but an ingenious drive behind a project giving new life to the abandoned houses of Detroit. Florist/artist Lisa Waud, the mastermind behind the flowerhouse project, will tackle a 16-room, dilapidated Detroit building and bring it back to life “from head to toe” with flowers and other plants and […]

We Saw Some Almost-Vintage Devin Hester During Falcons-Jets (Video)

The reason I say this is “almost-vintage Devin Hester,” and not “vintage Devin Hester,” is because I’m almost certain that vintage Devin Hester would have made it all the way into the end zone, rather than getting tackled at the 4-yard-line. Still pretty impressive, though: Devin Hester 60 yard punt return — gifdsports (@gifdsports) […]

Vintage Mandolin Quartet tackles Gounod Funeral March

What do you call four old guys, playing old music on old instruments? In Nashville they’re called The Vintage Mandolin Quartet and, as the name suggests, they perform on rare and valuable mandolin family instruments from the early parts of the 20th century. Specifically, they are […]

Pharrell Tackles Floral Print for Latest Adidas Collaboration

On the heels of a colorful take on Adidas Originals sneakers, Pharrell Williams is back with his fourth Adidas collaboration. As revealed by WWD, Pharrell was inspired by a Parisian trip where he discovered two vintage floral unisex jackets. Show More Summary

Man United legend Paul Scholes makes two vintage Scholes tackles in charity game [Video]

Premier League legend Paul Scholes last week took part in a charity match for Francis House Childrens Hospice featuring Manchester United and Oldham legends. Man United fan channel FullTimeDEVILS today uploaded Paul Scholes’ best bits from the charity match. Show More Summary

This artist creates tiny anti-fracking scenes with vintage figurines and postcards

In "Scenes from the Attic," Brandi Merolla tackles the big controversy with tiny art.

A Beginner's Guide to French Wine

The idea of tackling France—the accents and the growing regions and the different vintages—can feel like a vast, unmanageable task for anyone who wants to start learning about wine. But even the most seasoned wine professionals sometime mispronounce words, so you shouldn't worry. Show More Summary

Vintage Tackle Contest: Rare Wooden Vise (Sort Of)

When I originally saw the photo of this vise entered by George Layne, I thought I was looking at one of the oldest fly tying vises we've ever seen in the vintage tackle contest. Well, it kind of is and it kind of isn't. What it turns out George has is a great example of an angler's ability to adapt non-fishing wares and make them fishy. Show More Summary

Review: Dan Bubien – Empty Roads

Dan Bubien – Empty Roads (self-release) Not a blues album this one, though as Dan tackles vintage soul (try the pounding ‘Love Games’), smooth 70s styled soul (‘Keep Love In Mind’), southern rock (‘Empty Words’ recalls classic Little Feat), hard, slippery funk (‘Fight Club’), a little country-tinged blues (‘Exile Blues’) and a honky tonk gospel […]

Vintage Tackle Contest: Mother Of Pearl Spoon

This week in our vintage tackle contest we've got a spoon with no maker's mark, yet it's made from mother of pearl. You don't see these natural material used much in lures these days, with exception of some very high-end trolling skirts designed to score marlin and tuna. Show More Summary

Vintage Tackle Contest: Newton's Silkaline Fly Line

Though we've had a few vintage fly lines in the contest in the past, I don't believe we've seen this particular one before. These Silkaline spools belong to James Armstrong, who found them at an estate sale in Colorado. I must admit, I always keep an eye out for similar lines because I'd love to cast one just to see what it feels like. Show More Summary

Vintage Tackle Contest: Ed Wood Crab Crawler

Step into any tackle shop these days and you likely won't have trouble finding a crayfish imitation. Most will be soft plastic, but lately I'm noticing more and more companies producing flashy, hard crayfish with multiple joints and "defensive position" claws. Show More Summary

Vintage Tackle Contest: ABU Garcia Killer

I know...the lure below doesn't look old enough to be vintage. And I also know you might be saying, "I saw one of those in the tackle shop last week." It looks like a Rapala Magnum, but it's not, and the story of this deep-diver from the 1970s is pretty cool. Show More Summary

Vintage Tackle Contest: Cotton Cordell's "The Prez"

If you think back to the Jimmy Carter years, you might remember Cotton Cordell's "The Prez" lure on tackle shop shelves. This one belongs to Buck Burgess, who wrote: This is a lure that I acquired back in June of 1977 from an Air Force buddy who had just gotten out of the service and had relocated back to his hometown in Connecticut. Show More Summary

Vintage Tackle Contest: (Very Rare) Heddon Punkinseed

Justin Alexander submitted four photos of old lures to the vintage tackle contest not long ago, and frankly, they all looked pretty cool to me. The only one I actually recognized was the Heddon Punkinseed, because I believe we've featured one before. Show More Summary

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