This Saturday from 7-10pm, the Super7 store and magazine will be holding their anniversary party. The magazine has been around for 6 years while the store has been open for 3 years. For this event, they will be releasing 7 new toys as well as a new Devilock x Super7 collaboration tee designed by Jun Watanabe. In addition, there will be 4 new Super7 tees available.
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San Francisco, CA 94115
Season 4’s lookbook for BBC/Ice Cream is now available on the BBC/Ice Cream website for a viewing. The models for this lookbook includes Vashtie, Phillip, Ebro (MTV host/hot97 Director), Spencer Fujimoto (skateboarder) and Pharrell himself. The photographs were taken by David Shadi Perez and the styling was done by Vashtie. The new BBC/Ice Cream collection remains true to it’s style; colorful, flashy and fun.
Check out the look book here.
Vinyl Pulse, one of the most informative sites about designer toys, will be having a one night show at Barraucda LA. The show Vinyl Elements will be showcasing the very best in the art of custom designer toys including Buff Monster, KOA, MAD, Sket One, Skwak, TADO, tokidoki, Tim Tsui, Touma, Ultraman and more. Artists chose from a wide variety of designer toy to interpret the shows’ theme based around the Five Taoist Elements – Metal, Wood, Water, Fire and Earth. Shown above is the “Ultra Metal Goon” by Hong Kong based artist Ultraman.
Thursday, May 17th 2007
7600B Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA
For those love of neon laces, here’s an upcoming look at a sample Nike Dunk High that features a brown upper with an orange bumper and green patterned flaps finished off with a set of neon laces. In the past, laces from the Jedi Dunk Low SB’s were perhaps one of the most sought after accessories for sneakers as many people shelled out money to outfit their favorite shoes with the brightly colored neon laces despite the colors having no relevance to the colorway. These may not be the best alternative, but nevertheless it is an eye catching colorway.
Hiroshi Fujiwara was recently featured in Japanese culture magazine Tokion. The feature offered a venture into the private life as well as his opinions on art and books. You are also subjected to some stunning photography of Hiroshi and his surroundings as well as a look at some upcoming Visvim gear.