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Draplin Design Co., North America



Can’t remember where I snagged the “Quality Electric” shot from up above. Hoss? Some Flickr site? Who knows. Thanks, though. We dig.

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LITTLE_FIELD_NOTE_ICON.gif From Vin, about Field Notes: “Amazed at how often I see people ‘round here using these little books. Simple, stylish and useful as an Ipod, without the price tag or headphones. Can’t beat it.”

Thanks, man. Good words from one of Portland’s best.

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From 1989, a very young Uncle Tupelo belting out a couple: Graveyard Shift and Factory Belt. Man, so good. I didn’t discover them until 1993. Pretty much four years later.

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From Jeremy Lanningham, way the hell out in Boise: Recently declassified Ron Turner Sc-Fi covers and a drop-shipped ammo crate full of G.I. Joe comic book covers. Yo Joe!

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From Aaron Carlsson, location yet-be-determined: One to One: The Visual Culture of International Tickets. We want this, and bad.

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Drap, thought you might like that little book, worldwide, that’s how we like it. Oh, and my location has been deteremined, feet planted in Santa Barbara, CA with head and heart looking up to that PDX, can’t wait to return.

Posted by: Aaron Carlsson on 03/26/07 at 11:42 AM
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