Tylor Macmillan

After their stop-off at the Toronto Art Book earlier this summer folks behind Freaker Unlt and dd00gg paid us a little visit. I’d hit them up sometime in the spring and we decided to meet in person and see what’s what (they’re from Vancouver). We took whatever they had left; a few zines and some prints – which are sold out by now, BUT we just received a run of T-shirts from Tylor Macmillan (1/3 of dd00gg) aka News aka Deep Gnome (that’s his insta handle), and they come with a sweet newspaper poster (for free!) which is not shown here. Most of the above 6 designs also come in black and cost a measly $38.

08- 2017.


Subject: Saskya
Photos & Direction: Jonah Leslie
Location: White Wall Studio
Clothing: ibiki (ss17)

07- 2017.

Jodi & Alex

A selection from the 20 or so scents we carry by CDG.

•Gosha Rubchinskiy produced by Comme des Garçons.
Skateboarding on a summer day. Wheels burning on the hot. Concrete sidewalk. The smells of rubber and tar
colliding to create a scent of youth and freedom.

Angelica Root, Bucchu, Mandarin Seed, Blue Chamomile, Styrax, Haiti Vetiver, Patchouli.

•Comme des Garçons 2 plays with complements and contrasts… with reflection and opacity… with mirrors and brilliance… with light and shadow… with earth and the energy of the sun.

Ink, Incense, Amber, Labdanum, Patchouli, Chinese, Cedarwood, New Aldehydes, Cumin, Angelica Root, Vetiver, Cade Oil, Absolute Maté, Magnolia, Absolute Folia

•Floriental is a disrupted floral fragrance that challenges the traditions of perfumery to reimagine a flower that has no scent. A creative collision that blurs the lines between the floral and the oriental to create something completely new. An odourless flower is given life, a virtual scent imagined: enigmatic, contrasted, intense.

Labdanum, lavish sandalwood, vetiver, incense, pink pepper and plum liqueur.


*These images were put together by Alex Blouin, a regular collaborator of mine, and his lovely girlfriend Jodi Heartz. They just moved a few blocks from the studio, and bought a new light kit they were trying out. We had a nice afternoon of shooting, them on one side of the space and Chris and I on the other (that shoot is below). Keep your eyeballs peeled for more whimsical product shots from this dynamic-duo.




Chris and I met some 5 years ago and I always thought he’d be great to shoot. Thing is he’s a photo taker himself, so I wasn’t so keen on asking him. Years went by. More recently we’d been discussing the prospect of getting some of his work in the shop for our print section – so when he came by to drop stuff off last weekend I proposed the idea. He was hesitant but interested. I said “you can choose what to wear from the shop, you know, stuff you would normally wear, and we’ll shoot that”. He agreed. We met in my studio the following day, these are the result of all that.

Subject: Christopher Honeywell
Photos & Direction: Jonah Leslie
Location: White Wall Studio
Clothing: ibiki



Paloma Wool

Paloma Wool is a girl. And this is her brand. She creates garments, spaces and objects which all evolve and revolve around the idea of getting dressed. She’s got a fantastic little universe which I recommend looking into.
Her instagram handle is probably the best way to do that.
The first of her collections arrived earlier this summer, and more is on the way for fall.

Fall after Newton, 1987.

Contact Improv 101

This is a seminal video created by the founders of Contact Improv, a dance style which my father, Andrew Harwood has dedicated a lifetime to. Growing up in this community I spent a lot of time around Steve and Nancy, and the handful of other pioneer practitioners of this dance genre.

Nowadays I practice this style recreationally because it’s just really fun and helps me connect to things like gravity, balance, spontaneity, alignment, and much more. …Also just keeps me limber.
Most people have no idea what I’m talking about when I mention anything about C.I. and this video narrated by Steve Paxton himself (which comes in 3 parts on youtube) explains it all very well…from the horse’s mouth as they say.

If you wish to get involved with the form here in Montreal, I recommend heading over to the ACI website.


Creative shoot

Creative direction & styling: Frédérique Légaré
Photography: Josiane Issa
Models: Gabriela & Someone
Clothing: ibiki