Inventory Number 4, Gentlewoman Number 3, and Stand Up Comedy

Art & Design
First, Inventory Number 4 was released several weeks ago and has finally trickled down to The Woodlands in Portland. Pictured are both covers featuring Daiki Suzuki of Engineered Garments and Mark McNairy.

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Second, Gentlewoman Number 3 is in stock at Stand Up Comedy. Adele is on the cover. Gentlewoman is under the creative direction of Jop Van Bennekom, who, along with Gert Jonkers, is founding co-editor of Fantastic Man. Aside from being a highly prized examples of design, it’s also high in content density, content that’s relevant to both the gentlewoman and the fantast man. Penny Martin is the editor.

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And while we’re at Stand Up Comedy, Diana has a noteworthy art installation in her shop. The Dixie cups pictured below are of a small print run, and with all the elegant stemware by Reidal and glassware designs by Ikea, it’s intriguing to see the idea of drinking-vessels-as-art taken to its literal extreme.

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See also:

Reveille Portland Vintage Clothing

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