Voyager Journal — interviews

INTERVIEW / JEFFERSON CHENG

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San Francisco has always been a bustling hub for talented creatives.  With some of the world's most famous design company's in the world holding locations in the city by the Bay (most notably the Pentagram collective) and hundreds of design firms calling SF home, our city is abundant in the creative projects, ideas and dreams of many gifted graphic designers from all over the world.     One of the most talented designers that we know is our good friend Jefferson Cheng.  His perspective in design is one of the most unique and distinct that we have come across; intelligent...

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Interview / CAMO

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In 2012 we loved what Stefano Ughetti of Camo Factory was doing with his clothing. His unique fitting paired well the classic shapes of the garments, and the attention to detail in construction, sourcing and passion for quality textiles have kept us loving his line.  Today, three years later Camo has matured into a beautiful line of classic beautiful clothing that can and, in the case of some of our favorite pieces from the past, will stand the test of time. We are so pleased to have had such an outstanding relationship with Camo, and are super excited for the...

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Interview / Bin Chen

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Over bowls of pho in the Mission district, we sit down with Bin Chen, friend and fellow cosmic voyager, to discuss his creative projects, ranging from work on his popular and influential blog YouMightFindYourself.com, art direction at Timbuk2, launching and running his own startup Boba Guys and his new projects to start off 2015 with a bang. Voyager: So tell us about the Blog? Why do you do it? Bin: The blog started what 6 or 7 years ago and has been around for a really long time in terms of the internet. I was lucky enough to be an early adaptor on...

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