This tee is dedicated to the merchants of Richmond St., and celebrates the opening of the new Livestock store (which is located on Richmond St. in Toronto) For those who are able to make it out, Livestock Toronto will open May 19th, 2007.
Here’s a look at some of the latest pieces from Revival’s Spring 2007 releases. A lot of black pieces outline this spring line as well as skulls. There is a feeling of secrecy regarding this line with the use of colors and imagery, especially the intended method the photo’s were shot. Check the new pieces out at Subdivision.
One of New York’s favorite son’s, Nas has teamed up with Stussy to release an upcoming SF Live Tee. The front of the shirt features Nas on the shoreline with iconic Stussy font surrounding it. The tee will most likely only be released to friends and family.
Image: Takahiro Okazawa
On the back of adidas’ “Impossible Is Nothing” campaign comes the Impossible Story created by digital advertising agency glue London. Upload your own face and live out what is truly a series of impossible stories and feats. Turn into a super hero, pole vault a building, bob and weave and knock out a kangaroo, these are all possibilities in the Impossible Story. After your done, pass your story along to friends for a good laugh.
Although 3sixteen’s first inaugural segment featuring Eddie Hahm had all the makings of an awesome debut, it was actually only part 1 of a 4 part episode. Their second part features an interview with Craig Engman, the brand manager of the North American faction of UK originated Addict. As their self designated title as street tech they go in depth into the technical aspects of their clothing that provides a distinguishing factor from other brands out there. With confidence we can say that not very many brands out there will offer the same level of technicality to their products with the same cutting edge prints and designs on a street wear level. Craig goes on to provide viewers with the roots and foundation of their brand which includes music, graffiti (as exampled by their extensive workings with graffiti artists), and a little bit of skateboarding. Much like episode 1, part 1 this is worth a watch.