The Eye of Faith RULES!!!

'Concision in Style, Precision in Thought, Decision in Life" You may have noticed those immortal words when browsing through our ABOUT US page, although the phrase is more like this: + CONCISIONEM STYLO, ACCURATIUS CORDE, IUDICARI VITA + Since our inception, these words have helped build the foundations for creating The Eye of Faith, and…Read more The Eye of Faith RULES!!!

STYLE {WISE} : Rebel Noir, and “Crime in the Streets” (1956)

This 1956 classic had movie star Sal Mineo playing a street wise gang member just a year after his Oscar nominated turn as a misunderstood teenager in the legendary "Rebel Without a Cause". The film also featured a young bad-ass John Cassavetes before he was pawning off Mia Farrow to Satan or directing his own…Read more STYLE {WISE} : Rebel Noir, and “Crime in the Streets” (1956)

Style {WISE}: “Rumble Fish” (1983)

As you know, we are always harboring and nurturing our rebellious spirit, and are always looking for tidbits that turn up arms, and quench that vicious thirst! Well we got a bit of a break by watching this excellent trailer for Francis Ford Coppola's 1983 film, "Rumble Fish" - a bit of an under rated…Read more Style {WISE}: “Rumble Fish” (1983)

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {September 19, 2012}

{Photo taken by Karlheinz Weinberger - an unknown Swiss Photographer who profiled Rebel Youth in Zurich, Switzerland, throughout the 1950s through to the 1980s.} + "So you’re thinking in the entire nation of Switzerland there were these 30 people that looked like that. So it was a fashion cult in a way, disguised as a…Read more E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {September 19, 2012}

E.O.F. Approved: Vintage ‘Flying Tigers’ Jacket

The famous Flying Tigers fighter squadrons of WWII definitely were a group of bad-ass troops! Being the "1st American Volunteer Group" (AVG) of the Chinese Air Force between 1941-1942. While most of the news in the U.S. came back in defeat by Japanese Forces, the 'Flying Tigers' used innovation, skill, and above all style, to…Read more E.O.F. Approved: Vintage ‘Flying Tigers’ Jacket