At the recent H-Town Summer Sneaker Summit in Houston, sponsor Reebok were on hand to give attendees a taste of what’s in store for Fall/Winter 2007 as well as early 2008. A lot of different multi-sneaker packs all sharing a common colorway are on the way. Keep your eyes peeled for the latest from Reebok to hit stores in the near future.
Image: Nice Kicks
Hong Kong toy artist Michael Lau has just released some figures he created in collaboration with UK brand MHI. The toys feature a MHI twist on the XLaugh pack that was released earlier this year. The products are currently available here. They are priced at 45 pounds (approximately $90 USD).
Image: MHI via guillotine
Within the last month, customizing artist Nash Money (website still under construction) has been making headlines for his Visvim FBT x Air Max 360 and more recently his Atmos Free 5.0 Trail Bike Seat. Sneaker Freaker recently interviewed Nash Money on his inspiration and methodology behind his Visvim FBT x Air Max 360 as well as what he’s got in the pipeline. Check out the interview here.
Here’s a sneak peek at San Francisco artist Sam Flores’ upcoming t-shirts. The designs shown here involve two t-shirts created for Upper Playground while the other three designs involves Flores’ own brand, 12 Grain. Anyone familiar with Sam Flores’ artwork will immediately identify with these latest pieces. For the past 15 years, Sam Flores has been plying his trade as an artist on the West Coast where is works has been featured in publications such as Juxtapoz, Mass Appeal, Urb and Wired.
Concluding the 2007 Spring/Summer Collection from Japanese brand Neighborhood comes this Above messenger bag created in part with Japanese luggage maker Porter. A special material was used to recreate a vintage feel while the the bag is printed with different slogans and characters. The bag is available in green and blue.
It was as simple as “one day I just decided to try to make a hat” for Still Life’s creative director Frenel Morris. From it’s humble beginnings, Still Life’s comprehensive range is a true extension of Frenel Morris and Jesse Nicely. When you browse through Still Life’s array of hats, you may feel an intriguing relationship between the name of the hat and it’s given name. Many of the hats are influenced by New York City, friends, family, music, money, desire and love and having said that the names bestowed upon each hat reflect that. The handcrafted hats are manufactured in New York and created with versatility and functionality in mind. Given the chance, check out the Still Life boutique on 77th Orchard Street for their latest Fall 2007 Collection.