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Calculus is a one person shop, run by me - Graham 👋

I handle a lot of variable responsibilities that pull me away from the shop on a regular and unpredictable basis [shooting, shipping, errands, et al.]

As such, it is strongly suggested you send a direct message via Instagram in order to make sure I am, or will be, at the shop

Hours below serve as a guideline for when I'm generally at the shop, but I'm happy to arrange for in-store visits nearly any time by appointment

Monday / closed

Tuesday / 1pm through 6pm

Wednesday / 1pm through 6pm

Thursday / 1pm through 6pm

Friday / 1pm through 6pm

Saturday / 1pm through 5pm

Sunday / closed

/ Address

712 Cormorant St.
Victoria, BC
V8W 1P8

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/ What is Calculus?

Well, technically, it's a small pebble and/or stone, as used on an abacus - but you probably knew that already.

I suppose it's also an elevated form of basic maths, originally conceived by Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. 

What's interesting about Calculus, in particular, is that it's the mathematical study of continuous change - as opposed to something like geometry [which is the study of shape], or algebra [which is the study of generalizations of arithmetic operations]. 

Don't you just love all this learning you're doing right now?

Now ask yourself, what else in your [likely] miserable corporeal existence exists in a state of constant change, flux, or evolution?




Life [and the universe] itself?

If you answered yes to all the above, you win some sort of prize.

Calculus [the store, this store], for those that are aware, began as one thing - but has evolved into something different. 

Is this the first time?


Will it be the last?

God no.

Continuous change is an inescapable facet of this universe we find ourselves in - and the key to enjoying our restrictively linear ride through the cosmos is to embrace, rather than fight, this fact.

So long as the Earth keeps spinning, so too will Calculus - an independent multi-brand clothing store in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, dedicated to studying the continued evolution of fashion in Earth-based humanoid society.