written by Maks

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know what’s going on down under. Hard to fathom, hard to even find words to describe the devastation. It’s sad, and we have no-one to blame but ourselves. The fires are directly correlated to planet A’s inhabitants and their actions. Years, decades of industry, greed, finding any … Continued


written by Maks Eidelson

Standing at 6.4” tall, beard, hair down to his shoulders, and well dressed. If you didn’t know any better you’d think Guy was intimidating. That is until you strike up a conversation. You would then come to learn he’s soft spoken, intelligent, cool, and probably one of the kindest dudes you’ve ever met. He’s got … Continued


written by 33 Acres Brewing Company

Please join us on Friday Nov 29th in celebrating the opening reception of Guy Ferguson’s photo installation and screening. To coincide with the event we’ll be releasing a limited run of bottles and t-shirts as part of our first Artist Series 001 collaboration adorned by Guy’s photo’s. 7PM – 11PM Come hang! “Guy Ferguson is … Continued

A Moment With : Sean Partlow

written by Maks Eidelson

Sean lives and works out of downtown Victoria B.C as a full time landscape designer. Although technically he has a fixed address, he doesn’t like admitting to it. If you asked him what he does and where he lives he’d open up the conversation emphasizing the answer largely depends on when, or what time of … Continued

Community minded vintage for the people

written by Brittany Tiplady, photography & video by Maks Eidelson

Comfort looks like different things to different people. And for some of us less fortunate, the privilege of comfort is rooted in necessity. Maybe it’s a steady job, shelter, structure and the opportunity to sustain all three. In Vancouver, Community Thrift & Vintage has been providing just that: a place of stability and comfort for … Continued

Fostering Connection Through Grains

written by Meagan Albrechtson, film & photography by Maks Eidelson

“I’ve always really believed that the best food is the simplest food, and because of our tendency to overcomplicate things, that tends to be hard for us to do, and hard for us to accept.“ For Shira McDermott, seeking a better understanding of what’s on her plate is simply a no-brainer. It’s one of the … Continued

Pie Love with Virtuous Pie

written by Meagan Albrechtson, photography by Maks Eidelson

There are two words you won’t often hear in a sentence: vegan pizza. But thanks to the rising awareness of more planet-friendly eating habits, a new era of dining options in the city is rapidly spreading. The sleek yet simple Chinatown space of Virtuous Pie has become our go-to destination for plant-based pizza in the … Continued

Around The Block – Darby’s

written by Meagan Albrechtson, photography by Maks Eidelson

Anyone who spends the bittersweet months of summer in Vancouver will tell you a decent patio is a much sought-after necessity. A neighbourhood pub with a brag-worthy beer list that has been drawing crowds since the eighties: now that’s a gem. Darby’s has not only one of the most coveted outdoor watering holes in the … Continued