This summer Poland Spring is touring around Maine with their Calling 207 initiative, and lending helping hands, and some water of course, to community projects in need.
You may recognize Johnny Patience from our Issue 02: Spring. He contributed a beautiful photo essay about his life here in Maine.
With a passion for finding (and fishing) the wildest places, two New Englanders set off see what Labrador has to offer.
Upon first glance, you could be forgiven for thinking Brown Goldsmiths is just another jewelry shop with glass cases full of metal pieces inlaid with varying gemstones however, if you're lucky enough to be shown upstairs, a whole other world opens up.
While Saddleback remains in limbo, there's still life on the mountain: it's called skinning.
Hope you all had a wonderful winter filled with snowball fights and stories from Issue 01: Winter. You might be wondering when Issue 02: Spring will arrive at your doorstep.
When I met Mike of Long Wharf Supply Co., he was just on the cusp of launching his new coastal inspired line of waxed canvas bags. Eager to get my hands on one, he let me sample the Ipswich Day Pack. I quickly fell in love with how versatile this backpack was. It comfortably fits my laptop, camera, water bottle, snacks, and an extra layer -- what more could you need.
Now, the sister run business of Studio Linear is flourishing as they embrace all aspects of designing beautiful and functional spaces. They love working with clients ranging from entrepreneurs, looking to get their website off the ground, to new restaurants, figuring out the floorplan and menu design to match their mood.
Four adventurers created this film, Monumental, from their time in Katahdin Woods & Water National Monument, to share with us the vast beauty this land has to offer. We talk with photographer Jamie Walter about the expedition, the monument, and the film.