Parisian design collective Surface to Air gathered 50 artists from around the world for their latest book Flip the Script. Each artist was asked to give their spin on the posters of movies that have had an impact on their lives. The goal was to subject viewers to the differing mindsets of each artist. Among the artists featured in this limited edition oversized book are Faile, Jay-One, Phil Knott, Nagi Noda and Rostarr.
Although Nike SB has been around for a few years now, September is set for the release date for their first skate video. Only a few actual skate clips are shown on the Nike SB website however the side-stories look like a lot of fun.
Here’s an upcoming look at the Nike Huarache which is bound to drop coming October. Two sharp colorways adorn this upcoming release. Some of you may recognize that one of the colorway is inspired by the iconic Mowabb model. Look for these in Issue 10 of Sneaker Freaker.
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Original Fake’s latest t-shirts created in part with Nexus VII have been released. Among the new tees are the Wolf & Bendy and Death tee. The Death tee features a tarot card on the back of the shirt designed by the artist KAWS. Each tee is made in Japan and produced with Medicom Toy. Available now at Sold Out
Goodenough UK’s latest range of incense products have started to make their way to retailers. The items included are the Mr. Goodman Wooden Incense Holder in black or brown wood as well as two different types of incenses. The two scents available are Summer Thames and London Leaf. The holders are priced at Ã¯Â¿Â¥9,500 (approximately $80 USD) while the incense is priced at Ã¯Â¿Â¥1,500 (approximately $13 USD). Available now at Figure.
DJ Artoo recently gave us his thoughts on the proliferation of not only collaborations flooding the streetwear market but also the increased corporate support seen in recent times. Artoo feels the need that consumers on the whole need to improve their filtration system and use better judgment when choosing products regardless of the collaborators behind the product. As the interview took place at the Million Dollar Vandal graffiti exhibition hosted by Nike, he was careful to comment on the involvement of a corporate entity in a facet of society that is inherently anti-corporate. You can check out this insightful and comedic interview at HypeBerlin.