If I had to pick a keyword for the 2010s, it would be “brevity.” How many status updates have you read that go beyond a few lines (the best are usually about 10 words). And Twitter. Oh, Twitter. Even this blog is nice and snappy. But if you want more than a few hundred words, it’s best to just go to images. If you’re a greedy capitalist like yours truly, how do you go about consuming all that lovely stuff quickly and easily? Here’s a list of great
Combine the consumerist culture that is our modern existence, with the visual language so prevalent of the 2010s internet, and what do you get? Some great “stuffporn” sites (don’t worry, all very safe for work) — sites that, in a single image, boil down our entire consumer culture in, admittedly, lovely and artistic ways.
I am Packed. For me, packing is half the fun of travel. I relish making those key choices. This site is dedicated to the “curation” in our travel bags.
Everyday Carry. Curation is a day-in, day-out hobby. Everyday Carry is obsessed with the treasures we carry in our pockets. The site tends towards an urban survival-feel, with submitters often carrying knives, flashlights, and paracord.
The Burning House. Your house/apartment/loft/condo is ablaze. What few, treasured items do you carry out? The Burning House seeks to answer this…burning…question.
Hypebeast Essentials. Perhaps your taste in fine accessories is a bit more hip-hop and less hipster. That’s fine. “Essentials” picks the brains of some industry taste-makers and reveals what’s in their Louis Vuitton luggage.