Based in Brooklyn, New York, graphic designer Scott Reinhard combines vintage maps with elevation data to create stunning pieces of art. Reinhard uses a chromogenic process to create each print, which takes traditional color photography development and integrates 3-dimensional data with paper maps for a result that is so visually appealing, you'll be tempted to reach out and feel what looks like 3D texture. The process brings the maps to life, creating a 2D print that is vibrant and detailed giving you a unique work of art that blends history and modern technology. In addition to the topographic maps, Reinhard creates compelling digitally rendered maps and has even adopted his technique to the surface of the moon.
With a muscular shape and aggressive stance, the Harley-Davidson LiveWire is unlike anything that's come before. The LiveWire is the latest example of the innovative spirit of the most iconic motorcycle brand in the world. Its permanent magnetic electric motor provides instant torque, so a flick of the wrist takes you from 0 to 60 in 3.0 seconds without any of the shifting or clutch work required by its combustion-based cousins. The motor sits below the battery to lower the center of gravity for easier handling, a fully adjustable Showa suspension helps improve the ride further, ABS and Traction Control for enhanced cornering and Brembo brakes ensure you can get it stopped in a hurry. The bike also has a 4.3 inch, full-color touchscreen. Built-in LTE connectivity and the H-D Connect service gives you remote access to bike vitals, its location on a map, and security alerts if it's bumped or moved through the Harley-Davidson app. Available in three color options, the LiveWire is coming to dealerships this August.
Presented by Harley-Davidson.
Thom Browne Twill Blazer / $1,009.
Thom Browne Twill Trousers / $525.
Ami Alexandre Mattiussi Derby Shoes / $480.
Gitman Vintage Oxford Shirt / $165.
Nomos Zurich World Time Watch / $6,100.
Schon DSGN Machined Pen / $108.
Tom Ford Knitted Tie / $186.
Dunhill Silver-Tone Tie Clip / $190.
Oliver Peoples Glasses / $310.
Blundstone 584 Thermal Boots / $215.
Barbour Beacon Sports Jacket / $499.
Faherty Canvas Trousers / $148.
Payne 107 Fly Rod / $2,750.
Battenkill Fly Reel / $149.
Leather Fly Fishing Log / $40.
Salt Polarized Sunglasses / $430.
Officine Panerai Radiomir Watch / $10,700.
Presented by Blundstone.
Mastering a basic isn't an easy task but Mott & Bow T-Shirts seem to have done it. The tees are constructed from 100% cotton that is made with the perfect ratio of singles and gauges for an ultra-lightweight feel. It then maximizes the comfort level with a fit that is neither too slim or too baggy and they went ahead and preshrunk them so sizing is accurate. Made in Peru, the classic crew necks come in a wide variety of colors and a brand new heavyweight pocket t-shirt as well — each of which will transition easily into your everyday rotation.
Presented by Mott & Bow.
In 2016, the Tactica Talon became the highest funded multitool in crowdfunding history. Using the feedback from thousands of backers, it's since been improved and rechristened the Tactica Original. Packed into its 3.1-inch case that can be attached to a key ring are a multitude of tools, including more than a dozen wrenches (imperial and metric), a bottle opener, a package opener, a ruler, hex sockets, and both Phillips and flathead bits. It's TSA compliant, so you can leave it in your pocket while flying, and its hardened steel core is wrapped in a lightweight composite that won't scratch your phone's screen.
As seen in Uncrate Issue 04.
Vans UltraRange Rapidweld Shoes / $80.
Vans Authentic Stretch Chino / $55.
Vans Woodcrest MTE Jacket / $130.
Vans Classic Crew Socks 3 Pack / $15.
Vans Spicoli 4 Sunglasses / $12.
Polaroid OneStep Camera / $119.
Biltong Beef Jerky / $24.
Byta Travel Mug / $29.
Opinel Folding Knife / $17.
Tom Harrison Death Valley Map / $11.
Presented by Vans.