The Gutter’s who is: series of portrait presentations shows extraordinary individuals in their natural habitat, this month’s pick is Dennis “The Fuzz” Federspiel, a harley-davidson motorcycles enthusiast from Saginaw, Michigan who in his garage had a story to tell.
The retired electrician with 13 grandchildren and half a zoo on his property spends his time on the one thing he loves doing – working on things with wheels. We met Dennis one summer afternoon and listened to stories about his life in the mitten back in the golden days. If you dig the photograph above you can order it as a fine art print in whatever size you like, let us know.
If you like the man’s lifestyle you are in luck, The Gutter and The Fuzz have great things coming your way – follow @thgttr on all your social media to stay up to date.
New York City has long been the center for the world’s fashion industry, basically all relevant brands operate a flagship store in Manhattan. We went and visited what we think are the most iconic and unique street wear boutiques, check our galleries of in and outside the stores and make sure you visit them when you stop by New York the next time.
1. only ny
127 Stanton St.
New York, NY 10002
Founded in 2006 Only NY provides USA produced and NYC printed apparel. Heavily based on artist designs the brand has been spotted in hip hop photo (yes, that’s Nas) and video. Read more
I can’t think of a city where one can buy a house within walking distance to downtown for less than a few thousand dollars. Granted, some assembly might be required, but for young investors who have the time to spend this urban living experience is second to none. On this episode of cityscapes we’re taking a look at Detroit, Michigan, almost 700,000 people strong with over 4 million living in the metro area.
I remember my first trip to Detroit in 2007 and I came back every single year since. Detroit to me is the epitome of creativity, freedom and rawness – a place where one can hands on change everything by just being committed enough. Most cities have art districts or contemporary living districts, well in Detroit – that’s all there is. Read more