Posts Tagged ‘Jose J. Martinez’
We’ve officially launched our new online store page with three new styles for the Fall. Check everything out at the link below…
Yesterday morning we did a photo shoot for our new product, I just wanted to give a sneak peak at some of new stuff that’s coming out. If you managed to make it out to the Cargo Trade Show then you’ve already seen it, but for the rest of you its new. We’ll have the new product up for retail later this week. Here are the out takes from the days work…
More pics inside…
I haven’t gotten the chance to feature Jose’s work in a minute, but as long as he keeps his camera out of its bag, I’m sure he’ll keep giving me oppurtunities to.
Jose recently took to The High Line, New York’s newest public space, with camera in hand. The results, as always, were on point.
Check out a gallery of the images after the jump, or, for the cull gallery, click here: A j2martinez Photoset: High Line Park – NYC.
The High Line is located on Manhattan’s West Side. It runs from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking District to 34th Street, between 10th & 11th Avenues. Section 1 of the High Line, which opened to the public on June 9, runs from Gansevoort Street to 20th Street.
Our photographer, Jose J. Martinez, recently returned to his native Dominican Republic with camera in hand to document the goings-on at this year’s carnival celebrations. The results, as always, were on point.
View all 100+ images in the slideshow after the jump. Or you can view the set on his Flickr page by clicking here: 4to. Domingo – Carnaval Vegano by j2martinez.
Stay up to speed on Jose’s work at his website negativo.org.
Dom and I sat down with TheIndustryCosign.com to talk about Burden Clothing’s past, present and future. Check out the interview at the link below…
Happy new year folks.
Thanks for all the support in 2008, here’s to a great 2009.