With the recent announcement of the Ed Banger 5th Anniversary, a set of commemorative t-shirts were released. Bearing the same badge representing the anniversary, both a black and white t-shirt were made available through Sold Out. The design initiated by Ed Banger’s resident art director So Me, has had a handful of influence in many of Ed Banger’s art related projects.
The OG streetwear boutique, Union Los Angeles, has recently launched their brand new website. On the site, you can get information on the brands they carry which include Acronym, Anx Original, Corefighter, Head Porter, Huf, Feal Mor, J Money, realmad Hectic, Maiden Noir, Neighborhood, Original Fake, PAM, Visvim and more. There is also an online store where you can purchase these Union only tees. Check out the site at www.unionlosangeles.com.
Recon from New York and Neighborhood from Japan has teamed up to produce an exclusive pair a wallabee styled boots. This very military styled shoe features the Recon Barb pattern embossed onto the upper of the shoes. Extra details include the Recon Barn patter on the bottom of the sole. Two colorways are available including blue and grey. Each are now available at the Recon Online Store.
Futura Laboratories, the brand under the artist Futura 2000, has released two new style of caps. The first features a monogram pattern of the Pointman character. The second is the “fvtvra MM” caps which comes in a patchwork pattern. These should be available now at the Futura Laboratories store in Japan.
A mainstay on the New York sports scene, filmmaker and sports fan Spike Lee has teamed up with New Era on an exclusive collection of caps. The Spike Lee Joint series will be ongoing yearly release with the first joint’s inspiration coming courtesy of the Bronx Bombers and their twenty six MLB championships. Since 1996, Spike Lee and New Era have had a strong connection resulting in different campaigns along the way. The inaugural Spike Lee Joint will release during the 2008 MLB All-Star game, taking place July 15th in New York.
Source: Rob Heppler