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.
Real Real Genuine’s 2008 Spring collection of denim has hit their online store. Never one to overlook details, each of their three releases are all chalk full of details including coordinating stitching, hologram seals of authenticity and tote bags. Three styles and cuts are each in a class of their own as no cuts or washes overlap. They include a semi-distressed slim cut, vintage wash straight cut and a raw loose cut.
Five years ago, living legend Haze put to work his creativity and design as him and Nike put the touches on a pack of Nike Dunks. The Haze Dunks are latest and greatest to be featured in the Nike Be True Chronicles, an ongoing showcase of the most heralded Nike Dunks throughout it’s existence. The background story goes as follows with Nike enlisting the help of the talented artist on a new spray technique, eventually giving up the reigns of creative control for the ensuing Hyperstrike box. The shoes could be considered among the tipping points of sneaker insanity as the market would soon explode.
The Illuminati symbol “The All-Seeing Eye” can be seen manifested in this recent capsule of Revolver jewelry. The pyramid shape with the use of the eye has long been a symbol of the elite and the root of controversy as the likes of Jay-Z and Kanye West have been throwing it up extensively. The collection of jewelry was designed by Ed Banger’s art director So Me and is available now through Pick Up.