Blackbird continues to celebrate their passion for cars with the launch of their new lifestyle platform - the Blackbird Automotive Journal website. Apart from car news, a wide range of people-oriented stories that express true appreciation for automotive culture will also be featured. Not exclusively for car enthusiasts, the site welcomes those who have an interest in the worlds of design, art, fashion and style. It will also host an online store, offering issues of the Blackbird Automotive Journal and other selected items, as well as their own individual products soon.

Accompanying the launch of the website is the first episode of Shop Talk, a film series profiling people and their treasured automobiles. Episode one features celebrated Japanese fashion designer Shinsuke Takizawa of NEIGHBORHOOD, in which he discusses the fine details of an eight-year rebuild of his pristine 1932 Ford Roadster.

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