Chicago-based artist Chuck Anderson a/k/a NoPattern has released a new limited edition 36×24 signed matte print entitled Heavenlike. Although NoPattern has produced a number of impressive images in the past, this is his largest scale piece to date. In addition to the new print, NoPattern has also re-released the classic ‘Places You Can’t Imagine’ and ‘Godlike’ prints. All three prints are now available direct from NoPattern’s NP&CO online store.
Earlier this year, Japanese label Devilock and Samurize teamed up to create a special shirt utilizing technical fabric. They have come together once again to release a long-sleeve soccer jersey alongside a branded soccer ball. Much like it’s predecessor, the long-sleeve kit is constructed with quick-drying fabric offering a formidable choice should you decide to hit the pitch. The items are currently on pre-order via Eproze with a release set for December.
Here’s a look at some upcoming pieces from Canadian sneaker boutique Goodfoot’s 2007 Fall collection. The latest Goodfoot tees draw inspiration from classic films such as Gremlins and Jaws, pay tribute to fallen heroes such as James Brown (R.I.P. 1933-2006) and in collaboration with Ransom, give all you fixed-gear riders something special to wear while you’re mashing your bike through traffic. Providing “attitude” and “lousy service” since 2003, the new tees will be available this weekend at all Goodfoot locations.
Famous Japanese skate crew T19 recently created a We-a-Knit set for the Fall season. The box set includes long mittens, a headband, tuque and scarf. Each piece has “T19BOYS” logo knitted on. Available now at hnyee.store and priced at 17,955¥ (approximately $154 USD).
Hong Kong’s CLOT wanted to create a special garment which could effectively transcended eastern and western culture to create a united garment. The by-product of this achievement yielded the CLOT Royale Western shirt. In recent memory, the Japanese market has often taken the Western shirt and reinterpreted it as their own. For CLOT, the problem lied on how CLOT could create a product that could cater to the local market. Traditional Western shirts often utilize a denim yoke. To give the product an inherent Chinese feel, CLOT went the route of silk on the yoke. The use of silk is accompanied by careful selection of the flannel design and detailed buttons. In the end, CLOT managed to offer an updated and elegant reinspiration on timeless classic. This shirt is set to release at Juice on Thursday, October 18th with a price tag of $1,780 HKD (approximately $230 USD).