Fly Me To The Moon! 1967 Cosak by Dormeuil Mens Suit Advertising Campaign

The competition for mens suiting was fierce throughout the 1960s - an absolute essential piece of every working man's wardrobe, while also a time that signalled the decline of this timely tradition. More than ever, ad men and women were looking for new and exciting ways to capture the attention of dapper gentlemen around the…Read more Fly Me To The Moon! 1967 Cosak by Dormeuil Mens Suit Advertising Campaign

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {November 2, 2014}

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{MUSIC MINUTE} “Nothing but a Heartache” by The Flirtations

Nothing but a heartache every day  . . . must be nice. We were drawn to this dynamic trio whilst listening to our favourite box set of Girl Group classics, and couldn't resist but share this dazzling number with you. The video is a rare promotional video shot for their single that depicts the beautiful…Read more {MUSIC MINUTE} “Nothing but a Heartache” by The Flirtations

Nixon’s 1968 “Together” Campaign

Nixon's 1968 ad campaign, famously entitled "Together", appeared on the last episode of AMC's "Mad Men" on Sunday. We found ourself as inspired and provoked by the campaign as Don Draper seemed to be as he flicked through images playing on the T.V. screen.     Something definitely clicked with its simple message and use…Read more Nixon’s 1968 “Together” Campaign

Buy Headphones. Change a Life. Introducing LSTN’s Classic Style That Gives Back To The World. . .

One of the things we are always using are our headphones, which are pretty much glued to our ears from the moment we take to writing anything for The Eye of Faith. We love to hear the constant stream of music to get us into our groove, and zone out the surrounding world in order…Read more Buy Headphones. Change a Life. Introducing LSTN’s Classic Style That Gives Back To The World. . .

E.O.F. Snapshot of the Day {June 6, 2013}

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+OUTFIT OF THE DAY+ {MAY 14, 2013}

+OUTFIT OF THE DAY+ 1960s SEARS HAWAII Paradise Frond Graphic Shirt {$30} 1990s Rad NIKE AIR Swoosh Black Graphic T {$15} "THE LION'S CLUB" 1950s Secret Society Letterman Varsity Sports Jacket {$120} 1960s "JUST HIM Casuals of Canada" Khaki Wool Blend Straight Leg Trouser {$30} Brown 1960s Woven Leather Spectator Oxford  Shoes {$40}  <<SOLD>> +…Read more +OUTFIT OF THE DAY+ {MAY 14, 2013}

The Art of Credits – Saul Bass’ Unique Stamp on Culture

Saul Bassis the iconic film maker and graphic designer who is best known for his iconic opening sequences, poster designs, and corporate logos. Google celebrates his 93rd birthday today, so if you're searching Google  you will see the ode to Saul's design for the  "Anatomy of a Murder" poster, a classic from 1959. {You can…Read more The Art of Credits – Saul Bass’ Unique Stamp on Culture

Don Draper Goes Medieval! Is Mad Men Don Draper’s “Inferno”?

Midway upon the journey of our life I found myself within a forest dark, For the straightforward pathway had been lost. . . Those were the first words we hear Don Draper speak in the season 6 premier of AMC's hit show, "Mad Men" which aired last night. Dante Alighieri’s legendary Medieval poem is not one's…Read more Don Draper Goes Medieval! Is Mad Men Don Draper’s “Inferno”?

Voyage of Discovery: Living “Barefoot in Paradise”

Known as the most beautiful restaurant on the beach at Wakiki, The Queen's Surf was a highly popular restaurant and nightclub in Hawaii throughout the 1950s and 60s, gaining popularity as the yearnings for the mythologies of paradise became more and more prevalent in popular culture! Tourists from all over flocked to The Queen's Surf…Read more Voyage of Discovery: Living “Barefoot in Paradise”