Know for his critical and satirical view of American culture, artist and illustrator Robert Crumb is the latest to team up with Supreme. From his beginnings in 1968 with his self-published Zap Comix, Crumb rapidly became well known in the underground comic scene. Crumb’s work features many references found in cartoon styles common in the 20th century. Having said that, much of his style can be themed after satire as well as sexual and political material.
This collaboration with Supreme features two t-shirts and a zip-up hoodie utilizing art work done by Robert Crumb. Available start mid-October at Supreme stores.
In conjunction with their upcoming Jack Purcell Mid, Boston’s Bodega has cooked up a fitted cap to match their lumberjack inspired Purcell. The rustic looking Purcell features simple flannel highlights which can also be seen on the fitted cap. No definitive date has been set for the release but expect them to drop sometime in November.
Popular British label MHI recently teamed up with True Utility to produce a series of high quality pocket tools. Upon the founding of True Utility, creator Lee Berman made it a goal to maximize storage in the smallest package possible. Some of the MHI collaboration tools include the Multi Too, LED Flashlight, Micro LED Flashlight and Dog Tag Tool. Available now at Hanon Shop.
Graffiti artist Krink recently revealed a shirt he cooked up in collaboration with Alife. The purple shirt features a life-like replication of his infamous KRINK markers. Look for the shirt to release in Spring of 2008.
As part of the 2007 Winter Collection, Vans has formed a formidable line up of sneakers which includes Half-Cabs, TNT II Mids, AV Sk8 Lo, Sk8 His and the newly introduced Rowley Shambles. Check your local Vans dealers as some of these models have already hit retailers. Image: nattydreadz via Off the Wall