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CRASH: Trains, Guitars and Luggage

Graffiti artist John Matos or more commonly known as CRASH has taken the approach of patience and hardwork to create his legacy of art. The cliche notion of organic growth really comes true to some as pioneers ofter plied their trade in an era where...

Tobie Hatfield: The Chef Behind the Nike Free

Upon the inception of the Free more than half a decade ago, the running shoe from Nike was arguably a step in the performance direction that was unlike any other major sporting brand.

Damian Van Zyll De Jong: Native Shoes

Based out of Vancouver, Canada, Native Shoes has made massive inroads in a short period of time. With their injection molded EVA shoes, the brand kicked off with several styles based on some iconic profiles.

Print 2.0: Redefining the Craft

I don’t remember when was the last time I went out and purchased a physical magazine. A media platform that has come to represent so many different important facets of culture, discourse and life has steadily moved itself towards a new approach a...

INSA: Calculated Sexuality

British street artist INSA recently made his way across the ocean for an American showing of his artwork in San Francisco. For close followers of the art meets sneaker scene, INSA has been a prominent figure for his signature use of highly sexual...

DJ Muro and Keita Suzuki: Maintaining the Past

Japanese hip hop and DJ Muro are two entities that never stray far from each other. As the self-professed “King of Diggin’”, DJ Muro has tried his best to maintain the classical nature of his love for hip hop with a penchant for playing only viny...

Tatsuro Horikawa: NUANCES of JULIUS

Last month, Japanese avant-garde label JULIUS and founder Tatsuro Horikawa opened its first flagship store outside of its native Japan in Hong Kong. Known for its unorthodox approach to silhouettes, a focus on the use of leather and above all els...

HAROSHI: Broken Beauty

In a relatively short period of time, Japanese artist HAROSHI has earned worldwide respectability for his beautiful 3D wooden sculptures. Based off of broken skateboard decks, he’s managed to breath new life into something that was most lik...

Adrian Joffe: The Idea of COMME des GARÇONS

When Rei Kawakubo presented her first show in Paris under the name ‘COMME des GARÇONS’ in 1981, it was received as a ground breaking collection. However not everyone in the Paris fashion system was ready for this change as she approached the fu...

NIGO: NOW HERE in China

Late last month, A Bathing Ape took another big step into China as NIGO was on hand to open his latest store in Beijing. Created in conjunction with I.T, the BAPE STORE Beijing location joins two previous retail locations in Shanghai and Hong Kon...