What We’re Reading This Week – 008

It’s everyone’s favorite time of the week again and that means it’s time for another addition of “What We’re Reading This Week,” where we bring you a collection of our favorite articles from the last five days.

Always aiming to please, we’ve included a vast array of topics from British cuisine across The Pond to a series centered around House music, a topic our graphic designer was so excited about that he could only describe it in all caps.

Take a look at our picks below.

Rabbit Baklava? Birch’s Chef/Owner Brendan Collins Reveals His Recipe via The Hundreds

“Always love a bit of food inspiration and it’s good to see a Brit making it big across the pond” -Luke, Copywriter.

Photo Credit: Birch Los Angelos
Photo Credit: Birch Los Angelos

Ten Classic Grime Photos and The Stories That Inspired Them via Vice

“I only have two passions in life — grime and photography. So this article that shares the stories behind a selection of classic grime photography was pretty exciting!” – Mitch, Graphic Designer.

Photo Credit: Simon Wheatly

This Infographic Lists the Deadliest Killers in Marvel History via HypeBeast

“Even if you’re not into comics, you can’t deny this Marvel Deadliest Killer infographic from the guys behind Morph Suits is pretty cool.” Thom, Head Buyer.

Photo Credit: Morph Suits
Photo Credit: Morph Suits

Defending the Indefensible: David Zowie’s ‘House Every Weekend’ via Vice

“HOUSE EVERY WEEKEND” *mic drop* – Jordan, Graphic Designer.

Photo Credit: Vice
Photo Credit: Vice

“Why the Chuck II Signals Big Change for Converse” via HighSnobiety

“Highsnobiety Editor, Jeff Carvalho, offers an in-depth look at why this week’s Converse Chuck Taylor II release signifies a whole lot more than just another trainer drop” – Greg, Editor.

Photo Credit: Converse

Andy Warhol’s Intimate Portraits: From Divine to Bianca Jagger via The Guardian

“A ‘behind the scenes’ look at the life of one of the world’s greatest artists” -Mary, Editorial Assistant

Photo Credit: Robin Platzer
Photo Credit: Robin Platzer
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