Here’s a Youtube introduction for Kanye West’s new video “Can’t Tell Me Nothing,” the first single (previewed previously with the Takashi Murakami cover art) off of his upcoming album Graduation. The introduction was all self made just last night, just having fun with it… check out those Kaws toys!
This is just the lifestyle that Kanye represents. Through music, fashion and art he is trying to bring the overall movement to the masses. As the year progresses different projects of different mediums will drop to reinforce this creative standard.
Seattle based boutique, Goods, will be releasing part 2 of their Spring ‘07 line tomorrow. The part 2 series will be based on photographs of the World Trade Organization Riotts that took place in downtown Seattle in 1999. The photographs which are taken by Jimmy Clarke will be on display at the Goods store.
1112 Pike St.
Seattle WA, 98101
Phone # 206 622 0459
After a week of teasers, the DC Shoes x SE Racing collaboration has finally been revealed. Included in this project is the PK Ripper BMX and the PK Ripper shoe. Back in the day, the PK Ripper (named after local racer Perry Kramer) was the most sought after BMX of it’s time. The BMX features a black frame, white tires, white bar grips, and a white seat. The sneakers feature a black canvas upper with a white wing embroidery on the side.
You can find more info about this project here.
Pictures of the latest Summer 2007 line from Orchard Street out of New York City have recently hit the net. The new tee styles that caught our eye were the ones that were inspired by the Tennis Grand Slams. You can see the summer collection after the jump.
Underground art and culture magazine Juxtapoz has just released a variety of t-shirts created in collaboration with a variety of artists that include the likes of David Choe, Jeremy Fish, Slick, Rob Abeyta, Kofie One, Todd Bratrud, Ron English, Bigfoot and Coro! At only $23.95, these tees are priced very attractively and can be bought here.