Darryl Daniels, better known as Joe Cool, is famous for his unique artwork which has been featured on many best-selling album covers. Best known for this work with Snoop Dogg, Joe Cool has now created four new limited edition t-shirts for Supreme using his distinct design style. These limited edition t-shirts will be available on May 10th at the New York and LA Supreme locations and on May 12th in Japan Supreme stores.
Big Mag has recently unveiled the latest spot on Stussy’s Summer 2007 line from Smart Magazine. The feature includes full ensemble’s of outfits depicting what the iconic American brand Stussy have lined up a few months from now. Although many have proclaimed the demise of the all-over print since the latest Magic show, Stussy have created some pieces using all-over print in both subtle and more aggressive forms.
As adidas continues it’s tour of the world, the latest stop is in Africa with the aptly chosen Gazelle model. The Gazelle features an upper created by VLISCO, a print designer and boutique located in South Africa that has been in business of print making for over 160 years. This package will also include a matching scarf with the same pattern. Only 338 pairs will be released to the world.
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Levi’s history as a denim maker has extended well over 150 years. Within its storied existence, Levi’s has had more then enough time to cement itself as one of the most recognizable brands in the world. Levi’s latest artistic project, “Innovation Through Art” marks the creative unity of what was once considered work wear with art. A variety of different collaborations have been put forth parallel art which include the Peter Blake inspired vintage modeled pieces, the European Creator Series, and the Tab Device Series.
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New York based skate brand, Shut has dropped some of its latest gear at Boundless. Shut’s original intentions were to provide the East Coast skate scene with it’s own brand in it’s goal of developing the skate scene. Over 20 years later, the extensive range features the obvious skate decks, tee’s, crewneck’s, jackets, and accessories.
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Since Mr. Potato Heads inception in the 1940’s, he has endured countless different transformations and costumes. The last few years has seen him take on the role of various pop icon characters such as Darth Tater (Darth Vader), Spud Trooper (Storm Trooper) and Artoo-Potatoo (R2D2) as well as Spider Spud (Spider-Man). With the release of Transformers the Movie only a few months away, see him take on the role of Optimash Prime.
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