The Latest from Japanese Outdoor Brand, Goldwin

The Toyama brand pushes their streamlined innovation further and also opens a NYC pop-up

Founded in Oyabe City in Toyama Prefecture, Goldwin has been producing sporting goods since the late 1950s. During their second decade on the market, the brand applied new knitting technologies to their apparel, creating highly functional ski wear that was immediately recognizable thanks to the colorful, geometric patterns. Essentially, Goldwin evolved their apparel as skis (and the sport itself) also developed, and in 1987 they …

Museum of Ice Cream, LA

Downtown's Arts District serves as a temporary home for the photogenic monument to dessert

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick From 22 April through 29 May, a warehouse space in Downtown LA‘s Arts District will stand as a monument to dessert: it is the temporary home of the Museum of Ice Cream. The Museum lies at the sensory intersection of sweet tooth and Instagram and is the highly anticipated West coast sequel to last summer’s New York showing. A few crowd-pleasers …

Flume + Jonathan Zawada Pop-Up in LA

Album art takes another dimension in this new installation of hung fabric and video works

The artwork of Jonathan Zawada lives on your computer hard drive and—if you still buy CDs—on your bookshelf, too. The Perth, Australia-raised (now LA-based) multimedia artist has been regularly commissioned to create album covers for largely electronic music acts like Classixx, Rustie, Baauer and The Presets. (Fun fact: Zawada used to be the creative director at Sydney-based label Modular Recordings.) While conceiving an imagined new …