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Pen & Paper: Pins

EditorialComments ⋅ Oct 17, 2013
With a long list of collaborators and clients that includes Usher, Clarks and Urban Outfitters, you’ve more than likely encountered a piece of Pins’s work. The London-based artist specializes in illustration and photography, using meticul...

HYPEBEAST Spaces: Levi’s® Station to Station Train

EditorialComments ⋅ Oct 16, 2013
Over the course of September, we partnered with Levi’s® and embarked on the 10-stop Station to Station train as it made its way across the entire United States. The nomadic art experience conceptualized by Doug Aitken began in NYC and concluded in Oa...

HYPEBEAST Spaces: wings + horns Vancouver Flagship Store

EditorialComments ⋅ Oct 15, 2013
Vancouver recently welcomed the arrival of an immensely anticipated wings + horns flagship space. One of the city’s best known exports in the menswear landscape, this new development from the Canadian staple marks a strong step forward for the...

Tech Essentials: Bahzad Trinos

EditorialComments ⋅ Oct 9, 2013
Far from boring, Canadian designer Bahzad Trinos is best know for his compelling work behind denim imprint Naked & Famous. One half of the Canadian brand, Trinos has played a key role in revitalizing the denim market, with his machine gun diction...

Pen & Paper: Taylor-Ruth of Hanging Rock Comics for Levi’s Station to Station

EditorialComments ⋅ Oct 7, 2013
As a partner to the recent public art project, Station to Station – made possible by Levi’s® – we had the good fortune of joining creative personas from all walks of life on a train across the United States. The moving art project w...

Polls: Concepts x New Balance 998 “C-Note” or “Mint”?

EditorialComments ⋅ Oct 4, 2013
Boston retailer Concepts has always done a great job with its collaborations, particularly with New Balance, and in the last month it has revealed two more great New Balance collaborations. The “C-Note” may have already come and gone at r...

HYPEBEAST Eats… Bun Fights Burgers by Restoration and Posto Pubblico

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 24, 2013
Amalgamating music and food together, Ear Belly presented Bun Fights – an event inviting Hong Kong’s most prolific chefs to cook-up their own carnivore interpretations of the burger. Creating an off-the-menu exclusive for the...

Essentials: World’s Fair

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 21, 2013
NYC group World’s Fair is relatively new as an outfit, but each of its six members have released material either individually or as part of fellow Queens repping group Children of the Night (composed of fellow World’s Fair members Lansky...

Polls: Do You Prefer Apple’s Flat or Skeumorphic Design?

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 20, 2013
Apple recently unveiled iOS 7, a striking redesign of its iPhone and iPad operating system. As Apple CEO Tim Cook stated, iOS 7 comes as “the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone.” While various distinctive features...

Gary Warnett Weighs In On Whether LeBron’s Shoe Line Can Ever Reach the Heights of Jordan Brand

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 20, 2013
Suffering from shoe fatigue yet? To memorize rollouts, colorways and nicknames requires a database-like aptitude for information recall. Speculative market share stats indicate that Michael Jordan and LeBron James’ signature releases are the mo...

Tech Essentials: Masta Lee

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 18, 2013
As far as cultural leaders go, Masta Lee might be up there with the greats. The media master and design genius behind Amsterdam-based retailer Patta has always offered a unique perspective on various cultures and motifs through the brand’s sele...

The Review: Jabra Revo Wireless Headphones

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 18, 2013
Reputed for its gadgets that spearhead with quality and convenience, Jabra made its name through production of wireless Bluetooth headphones that add depth and dimension to the listening experience. Now Jabra presents Revo Wireless, a headphone that...

THROUGH THE LENS: Will Robson-Scott

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 17, 2013
Stemming from the world of graffiti documentation, Will Robson-Scott captivated the masses in 2009 with Crack & Shine –  a tome based on the illicit culture of train bombing and tagging. Further unveiling esoteric cultural and social phenom...

Pen & Paper: Kyle Henderson

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 11, 2013
With a background in architecture, London-based artist Kyle Henderson melds his academic training with his found talent in sketching. Inspired by the symmetrical lines and angles found in buildings, Henderson’s work is both candid and obscure,...

Steve Caballero and Jahan Loh Talk About “DOUBLE DRAGON” Exhibition, Skateboarding and Art

EditorialComments ⋅ Sep 9, 2013
With a joint affinity for skateboarding, art and toy collecting, not to mention their pre-destined traits as dragons in the Chinese zodiac calendar, legendary skateboarder-turned-artist Steve Caballero and Singaporean street artist Jahan Loh have joi...