Friday, March 21, 2008
The Original Fake website has been updated with a new graphic of the KAWS Companion in the missionary position with the Grim Weeper. This artwork by the artist KAWS most likely has the hidden meaning "Fuck Death". This interesting graphic will be used on an upcoming t-shirt from KAWS' brand, Original Fake. Look for this tee to drop at Original Fake in Japan or at Original Fake dealers.
I think this the Realest, Illest, Rawness , shit I ever seen
Microsoft and video game Grand Theft Auto IV sent out a custom limited edition pack in a run up to the games April 29th release. The console itself features game art as well as a briefcase full of accessories. These are allegedly only for promo purposes and won't be available for sale.
Oh yea you already know Im a gamer it go hand in hand with eveything else I love actually when I was kid I wanted to be a cartoonist and video game diesginer
While there appears to be a notable change in direction for Bape, one thing seems to remain constant is their characteristic colorful patent Bapestas. Baby Milo emblazoned Bapestas are accompanied by apparel releases this weekend such as a reversible tee, khakis and hoodies. Available this Saturday at Bape Hong Kong
I got this from Hypebeast, I think I might cop this outfit ( Even though virtually i put it together )
In something which began late last year, Levi's will release a new rendition of their own personally branded mobile phone. The limited edition run of 100 phones was designed with Levi's trademark Red Tab in mind as it is featured prominently on the top. Technical specs include an MP3 player, stereo Bluetooth and 2.0 MP camera. Other accessories include a hands-free kit and metal chain with an added bonus of the ability to customize your name on the back of the phone
Japanese hip-hop group Teriyaki Boyz are well on their way to international recognition. Their relationships with A Bathing Ape founder and resident DJ, Nigo has landed them cross-Pacific collaborations with the likes of Pharrell Williams and Busta Rhymes on their latest album "Zock On". To commemorate the CD's release, a package was put together including both the CD and A Bathing Ape t-shirt featuring the CD album's artwork
These shots of major sports events are by New York-based photographer Vincent Laforet
The plasticized, surreal quality of the photos and the unnatural vibrancy of the colors makes it look like someone created an extremely detailed sports diorama and carved thousands of sports fans out of plastic.