With the new 10 Corso Como retail location in the South Korean capital of Seoul, the store has launched their very own website. Interesting developments as to why Seoul was chosen as the latest location for 10 Corso Como.
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Streething has released some pictures of some little known Reeboks. The secretive joints are all without any background info and story but you can sort of figure it out on your own with the associated items seen within each picture. Stay tuned for more details.
A communication agency made famous around these circles due to their ongoing affiliation with Nike, Wieden + Kennedy’s design prowess can be seen through their work with another societal juggernaut in soft drink makers Coca-Cola. A good showcase of some of the world’s leading creative talents in an every day medium, showing that being at the top of the game never means staying stagnant.
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Back in 1999, critically acclaimed artist JK5 put together a vivid 432 page volume of his work titled Subconsciothesaurusnex. The book would go on to form the basis of this collaboration with New York’s Mishka. Over a three day span, the book was carefully dissected and repasted to create a stunning collage of the artist’s works. The collage would then be applied in various forms including t-shirts, hoodies and hats. Although both the artist and brand represent concepts and imagery off the beaten path, one cannot help but realize the perfect union created by these two entities and their flawless execution. View the entire collection along with background information over at Mishka.
Here’s a further look into Married to the Mob’s most recent collection of apparel. A few days ago saw the unveiling of some of their photo print tees. Their collection includes some of their direct approach to graphics. Available now at Eleven After Eleven and other Married to the Mob accounts.