Some new items have arrived from Bounty Hunter for the end of the year 2006! These items include the green clear version of the Bounty Hunter x Original Fake figure, a Bounty Hunter chain, a pair of Bounty Hunter “FUCK” gloves and a Bounty Hunter x Thrasher cap. Look for these at the Bounty Hunter stores in Japan.
If you regularly check the Original Fake site, you might have seen that they updated their website with a new character (shown on the right). For those who live out of Japan, you might ponder what character this might be? It turns that that this character looks like a play on the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Mascot, “Pipo Kun”. Will there be a new figure or some tees based off this design? Keep checking Original Fake to find out.
Info: Bare Blog
We’re not sure if this is a custom by Futura or a collaboration between Casio and Futura but we know for sure that Futura has something to do with this G-Shock watch. The watch features a splatter pattern and comes in a grey color. Our guess is that it’s a one of one but then again we’ll have to wait to see if anymore news surfaces about this watch.
Image: Chung @ Think Silly
Original Fake recently released some new items last week which includes the Original Fake beanie and scarf. This beanie and scarf is based off the Chompers character created by artists KAWS. In additional Original Fake news, the black Dissected Companion as well as the new Bounty Hunter x Original Fake toys were released last week as well. Look for them at stores with Original Fake accounts.
Image: Concept Shop
The Stussy World Tour book is a recollection of all the artwork that was released for the Stussy World Tour this past year. The book comes with a DVD which provides 16 short documentaries on the 16 artists that participated in the tour. There are two versions available, a white and a black one and they are only available at Stussy stores or at their online store.
Event Horizon: Retro Journey of the Spraycan Wizard Exhibit was held on December 23rd at the Silly Thing store in Hong Kong. Futura himself was at the store and did a live installation using the front wall of the Silly Thing store as the canvas. Seeing Futura paint in action was a pleasure for the crowd that gathered there that day. And now thanks to Iori, we have some photos of Futura in action.
Image: Iori @ 5th Dimension