We sat down to chat with Luxley, a New Orleans musician and bartender, about his new album, Chromatics, and how it's been influenced by living with chromesthesia, in which heard sounds automatically and involuntarily evoke an experience of color.
We're now offering custom-designed DNO disposable cameras – take one to Jazz Fest, to your mom's place, to the swamp, down the street, or across the globe. And if you care to, feel free to post your photos to #DNOdisposables – we'd love to see them.
After digging up an old panoramic point-and-shoot and finding film inside, we rewound the roll and shot it again — the result a set of photographs exposed for different times, by different people, and possibly more than a few years apart (the only visible time-marker we noticed was Lee still atop the circle).
We enjoy the duality that these photos encompass, reminding us of New Orleans and our people. The frequent light leaks, blurs, and the combination of faded and vibrant colors tell a story that pans through time and place.
Into the new year, local photographer Beau Patrick travelled to Mexico City in search of a reset of sorts – below is his personal account of his time there, messy and hopeful. Read through and enjoy our selection of his photos from the trip.
On the shelves of our stores you'll find an array of publications, some of those out of California-basedHat & Beard Press. We sat down with Clark Allen (of Hat & Beard) to chat about his time living in New Orleans and how that, among other things, have influenced his life and work.
We gave Lenore Seal some of our classic styles to photograph, and caught up with her to learn more about her work and what's informed it. Read more as we discuss her story, New Orleans, and why she creates what she does.
Monday December 18th is our final day to guarantee shipping in time for Christmas. We'll continue to ship orders everyday through December 24th.
Year-in and year-out, we dedicate our time to reprinting old classics and designing new styles, as well as collaborating with some of the most talented artists and designers in New Orleans. This year we introduced a few of our favorite designs to date, all the while recapturing the classics on new friends in new places.