A sneak peek has surfaced on the net on New York based SSUR’s Bearbrick design in collaboration with Japanese toy-makers Medicom Toy. The design incorporates various different forms of camouflage on different limbs and body parts. With only a preliminary view of this Bearbrick available, accompanying details are currently unknown such as release date and sizes.
Greyone has previewed their latest New Era 59Fifty fitted cap created in collaboration with new up and coming brand Hot Air. The side panels of the cap include a patterned materials while the back panels have been segmented to reveal a pinwheel of fuschia, yellow and blue. The Hot Air logo is seen on the back while the Greyone logo is seen on the side. Destined for a Holiday release.
This Friday September 15th will mark the opening of the Billionaire Boys Club Hong Kong store. For the opening, Nigo and Pharrell from BBC has teamed up with Hong Kong magazine Milk for a special issue of the mag. In this issue, you will find an exclusive preview of the BBC Hong Kong store as well as a preview of the t-shirt they will be releasing for the store opening. In addition, a special BBC sticker sheet was made for this issue of the magazine. If happen to be in Hong Kong on Friday, be sure to check out the store and also pick up the latest copy of Milk.
Visvim has just released their catalog for their 2007 Fall/Winter collection which is called “Dissertation on Geographical Relevance in Rational Product Development.” This beautifully put together catalog gives buyers a look at Visvim’s concept of how different geographical locations ties into their products using spectacular photography. The catalogs are now available at F.I.L. stores across Japan.
In addition to the catalog, Hiroki Nakamura, Visvim’s director, also gives us a look at some upcoming products from the Visvim line up. He shows us one model, the FBT Nome, coming in two styles. The all white one will be released at F.I.L. stores while the “cow” pattern FBT Nome will be released at Japanese hi-end department store, Isetan.
Image: Hiroki Nakamura
Around the sneaker game circle, many will recognize Methamphibian as one of the most prolific sneaker customizers of his era. Some of his recent projects include collaborations with Essense Japan and DC Shoes. The DC Shoe Artist Project involved Methamphibian traveling across the US and Europe to promote his sneaker.
However, throughout the years, Meth has yet exhibit his work on a solo level. His involvement with Mountain Dew Green Label and his Tundra Mountain Dew bottle design marked a perfect occasion to combine his efforts as an exhibition. The show will mark the unveiling of some unique pieces created specifically for the show utilizing light boxes, neon lights and other surprise products. More info can be seen after the jump.
836 Traction Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Saturday, September 15, 2007
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm