Classics - made a mess brewing coffee cause I got distracted looking at tools! 😂😂😂 I love sleeping in! Kinda sucks using a bunch of the day-off like that but it’s sleep - it’s great. Gotta get some once in awhile. Here are a couple rules and a hook I picked up off eBay a couple weeks ago. I was originally just trying to look at prices - which isn’t alway helpful - sometimes the only available tools etc are on eBay and way over priced. Often you can get a sense of what people think things are worth tho. Anyways all these rules were priced well. The clip rule was 11 bucks and I think the hook was maybe 20 with that tapered rule falling somewhere in between. #rule#ruler#hook#scale#starrett#madeinamerica#tools#measuring#ebay#machinist#manualmachinist#studio#instamachinist#instaartist
I’m an opportunist when it comes to capturing equipment in its natural habitat. I photograph whoever is most open and willing to let me share their work. More often than not, it’s Cat customers or dealers. That’s how the cookie has crumbled thus far and it looks to be crumbling in that direction for the foreseeable future. I’ve tried to work with other manufacturers but they’re not that interested... fine by me!
But, when @keatonsturner says he has a new Volvo 750 going to work, you go out of your way to check it out. So I did, and after a brief 12 hour drive, it was glorious. I haven’t heard any bad things about these new Volvo hoes either.
Art in metal. This morning I wrote this text to my partner of my heart. “You must be super busy. I’m at the studio. I’m trying to pull the the trigger on this bracelet. I can’t bring myself to use mokume on it. I think because at soulmates I didn’t own all of the risk. So making the jump was easy. I wondered for many years why my jewelry friends didn’t just sit down and pull the trigger by hacking on a piece of expensive metal or stone. Now that I’m on my own, the fear of owning the risk is powerful. 🦆 it. I’m doing it,....right after I hear from josh that he likes the ring I made yesterday. ❤️. “ I did actually make the jump but it wasn’t the bracelet that I was expecting because as I let go and started to carve on it, it started to speak back. It’s these moments of letting go just to see as the universe would have it that I find the most beautiful. Unexpected yet divine. It’s like catching a wave that seems odd and weird but suddenly when you find you’re on it that wave turns to show a facet of Godly beauty. #art#amdg#lettinggo#beauty#lovewhatido#imadethis#sculpture#peterthejeweler#madeinamerica
Minimal and understated is exactly how I like things. The Braddock water repellent duck canvas jacket, Stark tee in slub cotton and the Barger slim fit in 14oz Japanese denim. Each one of these pieces is a see it/touch it, to appreciate how really special these pieces are. Available next weekend in Boston for American Field. 📸Paul Carrillo
My wife @earth2steeeph took this pic 1 year and 1 day ago. Watching #TomPetty for what we now know was one of his final performances. It was a very difficult time in my life personally. Seeing Tom was the beginning of the wake up call that it maybe, just maybe, will turn out alright.
Here's the new XLMW GUard Sprocket!
Available in 25T, 28T, and 30T in either spline drive or bolt drive to accommodate 24mm, 22mm, and 19mm 48 spline cranks. This is one of the lightest guarded sprockets you can get your hands on. Available in raw, black, red, blue, and green. We will also be offering a pick your own design option where you can select your own hydro-dip pattern. .
The women’s Noreaster 💧in the tiny fishing village of Menemsha
We designed it to be the perfect counterpart to work looks, a modern take on the traditional overcoat.
All of our jackets are made with cotton canvas woven from organic cotton grown in Lubbock, Texas, milled in small batches in South Carolina, and dyed with GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified dye in North Carolina. The organic cotton lining, also grown in Texas, is woven in small batches by a family business in California. The jackets are cut & sewn in Fall River, Massachusetts, just across the pond from our design studio on Martha's Vineyard.