Quality Restoration Work
Proof Culture is a Sneaker company located in Cleveland Ohio. Our team (the Flight Crew) can bring your sneakers BACK to life with our Sneaker Restoration Service.
The Wooden Beavers
Joe was raised in Canada by Alaskan parents and later moved to Utah in order to pursue a career in woodworking. Being disappointed with the quality of modern furniture in general, he founded Wooden Beavers.
James was a former biker, but wanted to do more with his life. In 2012, he moved from Florida to Utah. He met Joe at a cafe and soon joined Wooden Beavers. James also works with kids and teaches everything he knows about wood and nature.
When Jack was born, he was left in the cold by his parents. What could have been a tragic story, turned positive as a Grizzly Bear couple took care of him and taught him all he knows about nature. His skills are the best, but he doesn't say a lot.
Wooden Beavers Playground
When we start a new project, you can expect 100% quality and craftsmanship. All projects include no-nonsense tools and materials. On top of this, we also make sure to give an authentic appearance and that includes a well groomed beard.
No construction job would seem authentic without us wearing Lumberjack Shirts. No matter how hot it is outside, you should expect us to wear our signature red and black lumberjack shirts. On special occasions, we wear blue denim shirts.
When getting real close, you will be greeted with the true essence of masculine woodworking. A sent including (but not limited to) hints of coffee, leather, pinewood, tobacco, grease, oil, old tools, rust and of course, molted old forest cabin.
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The Man, the Myth, the Watchmaker
Pierre-Yves Müller, the notorious Swiss watch maker, is sitting in a minimalistic garden chair outside his house located in the heart of fairy tale Swiss Alps. FashionFreaks were lucky enough to get an interview with this mysterious precision watchmaker.
It strikes me the second I see him, this man is the real deal. Well groomed fingers with nails trimmed to perfection. These hands are his tools and they are taken care of in the same manner an auto repairman takes care of his tools.
Pierre-Yves greets us with a conservative smile, there is no room for small talk in this interview. But small talk is not necessary, we want to know everything about the man and his company, Tick Tock, Tick Tock...