Vintage Cuts // Analog Collage with Jordan McKenzie

Jordan McKenzie of San Jose, California is an analog collage artist. Drawn to sharp cuts and vintage aesthetic, Jordan’s pieces are an ode to print culture.

To see their work and inquire about collaborations, see @alldaydirt on IG.


 “I connect the most with pieces that are derived from my idea of a woman being a strong and beautiful energy.”


“Collage makes me feel free. Like nothing matters, just the next cut.”


 “I express a feeling with posture.”

Author: Sarah L, historical, opinion, Personal Essay, pop culture

One For the ’90s Kids || Anticipating Nostalgia

“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past”

– F. Scott Fitzgerald

You’ve seen the Facebook pages dedicated to them. You’ve seen high street brands ridiculously jump on the bandwagon and print cringeworthy t-shirts of oh-so-relatable slogans about them. You’ve heard (and probably made) the jokes about them.

‘90s kids’: totally and utterly obsessed with nostalgia for their birth or childhood decade. Why? Why are those darn millennials always harping on about the past? I can certainly hazard some guesses.


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