Friends of SORT: Ja Tecson, Photographer

Introducing Friends of SORT, a companion series to our monthly rotating homepage picks selected by community members that inspire us. While the picks are fleeting, we wanted to use our Journal space to celebrate these individuals, all of whom have … Read more


As we begin the new year, we hope to share more of the music that we’ve enjoyed at home and in our store. You can listen to our playlist on Spotify.   All Because of You, Bill Withers 坂道, Yuta … Read more

Holiday Cut-Off Dates / Closure

Holiday Cut-Off Dates We recommend placing your order ASAP, as deliveries may take longer than usual during the COVID-19 pandemic. Estimated shipping times are not guaranteed! Place any orders you intend to gift by the following dates to allow for … Read more

A Letter to the People We Miss.

Whether you stumbled upon our shop by chance, or sought us out after hearing about us from a friend—we miss you! It’s been eight months now of working from home, closing the shop and studio doors in light of COVID-19. … Read more

Creative Feature: Paul Revere Williams, Photographed by Janna Ireland

The architectural designs of Paul Revere Williams, captured by photographer Janna Ireland. Known as “Hollywood’s Architect”, LA-born and based Williams was the first licensed Black architect west of the Mississippi River. He built his prestigious six-decade career well before the … Read more

Isokon Flats

Isokon Flats, also known as Lawn Road Flats and the Isokon building, on Lawn Road in the Belsize Park district of the London Borough of Camden, is a reinforced concrete block of 36 flats (originally 32), designed by Canadian engineer Wells Coates for Molly and Jack Pritchard. Opened in … Read more

Inline Incense Block by Yusho Nishioka

We’re excited to introduce the Inline Incense Block, an oblong incense holder that has the subtle yet distinctive form of a table top object. Made out of solid aluminum, the slight slope allows for the ashes to fall neatly in … Read more

Creative Feature: Kerry James Marshall

Kerry James Marshall painted pieces that explore racial politics, cultural reproduction, and social emanicpation. In an effort to reconcile the Black identity & images of Western ideals, he tackles the “history of art” by filling in the “hole in the … Read more

Cover B Tour, Vancouver (06.21.19 – 07.20.19)

Starting tomorrow, we’ll be doing a special Magazine B popup at our shop. To celebrate the launch, we have a limited number of free Magazine B tote bags for every three magazines you purchase. Some past issues are restocked and … Read more

Joy Kim Exhibition and Pop-up Shop

During the month of April, we were thrilled to put on our first ever store artist exhibition, featuring the work of local artist, Joy Kim. Since the beginning of our store concept, our team had always wanted to use the … Read more

Corduroi Club Pop-up

Join us for our first in-store pop-up shop with Vancouver based casual wear label @corduroiclub starting next Saturday, Sept 23rd to Oct 21st.