We're excited to announce that Guillaume Viau will be DJ'ing alongside rapper Dej Loaf, a native of Detroit, Michigan. Loaf gained notice in 2014 with "Try Me," a low-key, melodic track that caught the attention of Drake, who referenced it on Instagram. Catch their sets tonight at Everleigh; located in Toronto's club district at 580 King Street West.
Guillaume Viau, co-founder and creative director of Daily News Project, has released a new mix (AKA sound compilation) titled Distant Places in honour of his birthday yesterday. Click on the artwork below to check it out, or use this link here. Enjoy, and feel free to share it!
We recently connected with Chicago-based photographer Michael Salisbury, curator at Create & Explore, after coming across his work through Instagram. Below is a preview of the series we released this morning titled "Downtown," which can be viewed in full here. For more by the extremely talented photographer, feel free to visit his Instagram feed. Enjoy!
“When invited to speak about my work, I like to start with showing a photograph of my younger self with my brother and sisters. In the photograph I’m about nine years old with a little afro, brown skin, and Michael Jackson shorts standing next to my very blond and blue-eyed brother and four sisters. This is the beginning of my story.” In our sit-down with Shantell, she shared all things from her recent projects, what success looks like to her, managing a healthy work/life balance, and even let’s us in on a few upcoming projects she has in the pipeline. Click here to read the full interview.
The moment we came across the Wooloowin House, designed by Paul Owen, one of Brisbane’s most sought after architects and the man behind award winning practice, Owen Architecture, it was love at first sight. Check out the preview from our first INSPIRED feature below, and see the full series here. Enjoy!
We would like to present you with the latest updates and branding details to our online store. It is important to us that we continue to grow as a brand with our customers and provide a seamless experience while visiting the site.
We recently connected with Brooklyn-based photographer Steven John Irby, editor-at-large and social director of Street Dreams Mag, after coming across his work through Instagram. Below is a preview of the series we released this morning titled "Don't Talk About My Mama," which can be viewed in full here. For more by the extremely talented photographer, feel free to visit his Instagram feed. Enjoy!
Black polyester mesh baseball jersey with "Strange Adventures" (Kanji) print and 00 on the front. Black and white Japan flag print on left sleeve. Black appliqué stripes around collar and placket. Slim-fit with elongated body at the back. Each piece from the collection is constructed from the highest quality mesh, and designed to endure the test of time. Manufactured in Toronto, Canada. Now available HERE.
Alexi Murdoch has always been a favourite of ours for chill times. Alex Viau (aka Frnchm) re-worked his track ‘Blue Mind’ with some atmospheric poolside vibes, and definitely did it justice; plug-in and escape.
Branding kit designed by co-founders Alex and Guillaume Viau for Daily News Project with a black, white, and gold colour scheme.
Jetsetter Problems are visual notes from urban nomad & new media travel blogger, Khadijat Oseni aka KO, a Brooklyn drifter with a healthy addiction to passport stamps, random creative adventures & culture. Oseni is the creator of the virtual, off-the-beaten track coffee shop interview series: “Confessions of a Jetsetter,” which features stream of consciousness travel confessions from dynamic explorers across multidisciplinary creative fields. We would like to thank Oseni for featuring Guillaume Viau, co-founder and creative director of Daily News Project, and allowing him to share a word or two on his travels Kenya, Africa back in 2010 as a volunteer for Free The Children.
Anyone going to Bestival on Toronto Island this weekend, try to find co-founder Guillaume Viau for a chance to win a Daily News Project snapback from our Flight School collection. For those of you who aren't sure what he looks like, visit his Website and/or Instagram for visuals. Good luck, and enjoy the festival!
New Zealand-based photographer Loic Quédec (@kedecc) has an incredible eye for taking flatlay photos, and has worked with brands from around the world providing them with visuals such as the one below. For the fourth edition of our flatlay project, we'd like to share @kedecc's photo, which features our black and gold Learn To Fly hat. Enjoy, and check out his Instagram for more.