J & FJ Baker & Co Ltd Tannery
A family-run tannery in Devon is believed to be Britain’s only remaining traditional oak bark tannery still in production.
J & FJ Baker & Co Ltd is based in Colyton, Devon, and has been owned by Andrew Par’s family for 150 years – although a tannery is said to have existed in the area since Roman times. Here Mr Par outlines the process used to transform hides to leather.
Apparently the website is down so I hope the Tannery still exist until today.
Bob Carey The Tutu Project
What started as a way for Bob to make his cancer diagnosed wife Linda laugh by shooting images of himself wearing a pink tutu turned out to be a huge public success as well.
The Careys founded the Carey Foundation to help others by fighting cancer. A great story/project worth to share and even funny on its way.
(c) by Bob Carey
(c) of the images by Campfire Cologne
A great Video about Coffee and a lot of Passion, Thanks Andy.
Rust´n´Dust Teterow 2012 video:
Just announced now, stay informed here.
Saint James + Twothirds naval shirt:
Walked by this great shirt at the Bread&Butter Summer 2013. Did you know that striped shirts were so popular by sailors be-cause they tend to be easier to be spotted when the went overboard + that classic marine striped shirts got 13 stripes. The shirt can be ordered for 100 Euro here. Enjoy to watch the Movie “UNE HISTOIRE D’EAU — MADE IN FRANCE” or the History of the sea/water.