At the recent Medicom Toy Exhibition in Tokyo, the classic Tokyo Tribe Hasheeme figure was redesigned by the artist KAWS. The vinyl is still recognizable as Hasheeme however the figure features new hands, new eyes and new ears all in KAW’S artist style.
Pictures have surfaced regarding a collection of Burton Plaid Travel bags. These bags were created with the globetrotter in mind and feature numerous advantageous features for the ultimate convenience when traveling. The collection includes the Wheelie Sub (80L), Wheelie FLT Deck (50L), Wheelie DBL Deck (70L), Wheelie Cargo (60L), Roller Pack (40L) and Cargo Bag. The whole series comprises of bags with varying volumes making it easy in choosing the right size bag. Available now at Zozo Town.
Here’s a look at a pack set under the idea of “Back to School”. Included in the pack is the Air Max 90, the Dunk High and the Vandal High. The “Notebook” Dunk High features side panels similar to lined paper. The lines itself are texturized and raised. Although not visible, the “Elmers Glue” Air Max 90’s feature dried glitter glue detail on the upper. Finally, the Vandals are modeled after a Crayola box.
Image: WoodPusha @ UpTowns
The recently opened Medicom Toy Exhibition 2007 is currently taking place in Tokyo. For this event, various brands have collaborated with Medicom for a series of t-shirts. These include COMME des GARCONS shirt featuring a soccer playing Bearbrick, a Medicom Toy logo shirt stylized by Kaws and a Hysteric Glamour Bearbrick silhouette.
CLOT celebrates it’s 3rd Anniversary this Friday June 29th. Rumor has it that DJ Just Blaze may be making an appearance at this event. Unfortunately, this event is invite only.
Date: Friday June 29th, 2007
Time: 9:30 pm – till late
Location: Shui Ki Industrial Building, 18 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen
Edison Chen was recently seen repping his own Alienegra brand on stage. The t-shirt seen is an upcoming reflector camo shirt based on their camo design by Madsaki. There is no word on the release date so stay tuned for more details.
Image: Edison Chen