Neighborhood has recently released their own Neighborhood Phoenix candles. We can’t smell the candles through the internet nor there is any description of the smell but the candle is green and has a gothic looking Neighborhood sticker on it. If you’re a fan of Neighborhood, this candle would be kind of cool burning in your home. Available now at Slam Jam.
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Here is the latest release from Nike. While this might look like a simple looking sneaker, it isn’t. This all black Dunk Hi features a silver sole and a croc pattern reflective material on the upper so when you shine a light on it, it reflects back. So for those looking for something plain but can break necks when the time comes, this Dunk Hi might fit the bill. Available at Overkill Berlin.
The international lifestyle brand and magazine, VICE, has worked on a project with Japanese sport shoe brand Onitsuka Tiger for a co-branded water packaging. Starting July, cartons of water will be distributed via VICE’s European network and will be available at European’s best music, fashion and lifestyle stores. The packaging designed by INPUT Utrecht is based on the Onitsuka Tiger sneaker. It is amazing to see how such as simple entity like water can be packaged in this well designed and environmentally friendly carton.
HK lifestyle company, CLOT, founded by Edison Chen, Kevin Poon and Billy had it’s 3rd anniversary party last Friday. The party was packed with both industry people and Asian celebrities showing up. Free drinks were served throughout the night with music provided by DJ Tommy and guest DJ Just Blaze. There was even artwork provided by MC Yan. You can check out more pictures of the party after the jump or at KP’s blog.
This year Vans will be working with six artist from the Los Angeles giving them an opportunity to display their artwork on highly visable billboards around the city.
For the duration of the project these six artistsÃ¢Â€Â™ work will appear for two months at a time and culminate with a group show at a local gallery next November, presented by Vans. In addition, Vans will make a $1,000 donation to the local charity of each artistÃ¢Â€Â™s choice, on their behalf, giving back to the city that has given the company and these artists so much.
Of course, shoes will be made featuring work from each artist. Currently, only shoes designed by Marco Zamora and Sage Vaughn have been revealed.
For more information, head to Vans Sky Gallery’s website.