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COOL THINGS WE WANT // Pacific Rhythm’s ‘Sipping Wine Feeling Fine!’ T-Shirt

We’re a pretty satisfied bunch, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t covetous. Sometimes we see things out there that we just must have. Cool Things We Want is an archive of those earthly desires.

Meet our new favourite t-shirt, designed by local record label Pacific Rhythm in conjunction with Open Ferment Natural Wine Fair’s ‘Sipping Wine Feeling Fine’ event (Friday, November 5th, 5-11pm at the Ellis Building).

Made in the USA out of enzyme washed cotton (aka super soft feeling, like they’re already well-worn), locally printed, and for sale from the Ellis for one night only ($40 each). If there are any t-shirts left over afterwards (highly unlikely, we’re guessing) the remainders will be made available via Pacific Rhythm’s online shop.

Get more details about the ‘Sipping Wine Feeling Fine’ party here.

The Ellis Building
1024 Main St, Vancouver, BC V6A 2W1

Sign Us Up for ‘Bad Summer Camp’, June 14-16th!

The Bad Academy has brainstormed up their ideal adult summer camp scenario that factors in everything from bonfires, crafting, hiking, paddleboarding and lake dips, to morning sound bathing and yoga sessions, a cedar weaving workshop, and even a visit to Shady Hazel Farm.

The St. Patrick’s Day Collab Between The Irish Heather + Mello Has Our Name on It

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We Can’t Get Enough of Nata’s Food-Inspired Candles

London-based makers of food-shaped candles, Nata, are dropping their new collection this week, on February 27th (tomorrow!) and they're even more decadent than ever...

Surrender to a Snow Day with This Big Bowl of Goodness

Hungry for in-doors activities to keep you amused during the coldest days of the winter season? This Tonkotsu Ramen 'little puzzle thing' seems like an apropos place to start.