Original Fake and Bounty Hunter have collaborated for a special edition Christmas Sukarukun figure. This new vinyl figure features transparent holiday colors of red and green. There’s no word of a release yet, but we can assume it will be out soon just in time for the Christmas.
For three days, 11 Spring Street, known to others as the “Candle Building” will be open for an exhibit showcasing works and ornamentations overseen by the Wooster Collective. Once known to be a central gathering spot for NYC’s graffiti writers, 11 Spring Street will hold this last exhibition to let people know the landmark’s important role in New York’s art community. So catch this exhibit if possible if you’re in the area, as it will be the spot’s last hoorah before it is converted to condos. It will be open from Dec. 15th to 17th with special artists panel discussions at 3pm on Sunday. You can read more about it at the New York Times.
M-65 Jackets seem to be in style this season. With new types of M-65 jackets popping up from other labels, Resonate has come up with their own rendition of the classic M-65. For this season, Resonate is doing a nylon version of this military outerwear, giving it the look of a down jacket. And to add to the uniqueness of the piece, Resonate studded the zipper and the zipper lining with Swarovski crystals. Don’t worry, if you don’t feel like blinging out, the zippers can be hidden by a fold feature when closing the jacket.
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These new Nike Dunks are called the “Fileteado”. It is an homage to a type of painting that is seen throughout Buenos Aires. The painting style is mostly made up of floral images and swirl patterns. The kicks are extremely limited with only 50 pairs of the kicks made. They are said to be a Hyperstrike release and will quite possibly only be available in Brazil. But we’ll keep our eyes peeled for more info.
Image: Alexandre Wedmore
Info: Sneakers BR
Stussy San Francisco will be holding an exhibition showcasing the works of artist Slick entitled “The San Francisco Treat.” Original works such as acrylic, markers, silk screens and spray paint on canvas and digital prints will be open for the public to see. There will also be offers of digital reproductions of Slick’s artwork from the past, and should be available during the night of the show amongst other Slick x Stussy collaborative projects. The opening reception will be on:
Saturday, December 16th
1409 Haight Street
San Francisco, CA 94117