Leading instrumental hip-hop artist DJ Shadow has teamed up with LRG for the first of a series of collaborative jackets. The inaugural release features a white down jacket, the inside lining is brightly lit with a collage of DJ Shadow album covers. Further embroidery can be seen linking all the brands together.
KRINK has turned a successful career as a grafiti artist into his very own collection of markers and t-shirts. A few new designs have dropped at Alife which include the Purple Krush, Swirl and Label, each available in a bunch of different colors. Available now through Alife, phone and international orders welcome.
The Two Lines Align gallery opening debuted two days ago. Artwork on display included Geoff McFetrdige and Ed Fella as they displayed a variety of work created in chronological order. This systematic lay-out allowed for one to question the relationship between design and art and it’s worth. Both Fella and McFetridge have enjoyed long and successful careers spanning many commercial projects. The exhibition is currently on display at REDCAT until April 6th.
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The latest releases from Levi’s Fenom has yielded both a Pin Strip Western Shirt and a pair of Black Woof denim. The L/S shirts are hand-stitched with subtle stitch details against the striped design. Unlike previous Fenom releases, the Black Woof is much more subdued with subtle distressing and the trademark Fenom logo on the back pocket. Available at Tab Device.
Combining elements of fashion and toys, Japanese footwear brand Ubiq was offered an opportunity by popular toy makers Secret Base to create their own Ghost figure. The ghost design incorporates the familiar transparent design with blinking LED light. The glow in the dark colors were chosen by Ubiq. International buyers can check out Chapterworld.net for availability.
High top sneakers seem to be enjoying a renaissance as of late, as many companies look into their back archives to churn out their old high cut sneakers. The Puma Unlimited High returns in some outlandish colorways using some exaggerated faux croc skin leather as the basis.
Source: Sneaker Freaker