Canadian artist Andrew Pommier brings his iconic caricature style to a series of t-shirts created in collaboration with Stussy’s Artist Series. The designs teeter between a line of reality and fantasy as he depicts interesting subject matter relating to the Canadian wilderness. With the popularity of Stussy, only 100 shirts of each design are available to go around.
Source: Sneaker Freaker
On the heels of a very successful launch last year, Gourment’s 2008 spring collection releases today at accounts across the country. This drop will see two styles release in a multitude of colors with inspirations drawn from the Air Jordan XII and the Air Jordan XIII respectively. A leading list of retailers carrying Gourmet include Undefeated, Commonwealth, HUF, Dave’s Quality Meat, Conveyor, Achilles, Leaders and Shoe Gallery.
adidas Originals has released a collection of Made for Japan footwear featuring some classic colorways. The models revolve around adidas’ marquee lifestyle models such as the Superstar II, Stan Smith II, Stan Smith II Comfort and Country II. Available now at Japanese adidas’ retailer styles.
FTC’s Tokyo branch has released two new products to commemorate their first year of business. The products feature a t-shirt and skate deck both sharing the same style of design and coloring. However a further accompaniment of new items as part of their spring/summer collection is also slated to release including tees and jackets.
In the never-ending battle of west coast vs. east coast, adidas looked to two creative factions, the east coast’s Surface to Air and the west coast’s Sam Flores (of Upper Playground) to wage artistic battle on a pair of 15 foot long adidas Superstars. Sam Flores received the left shoe while Surface to Air took the right. The video seen here documents the journey from each end as they met together to compare results in Venice Beach.
Source: Upper Playground