Our original preview of the future Neck Face x Vans collection consisted of three models, revolving mostly around a black/rust color combo. However news has surfaced regarding a further compliment to the collection featuring a joint effort between Neck Face and Brooklyn skate shop KCDC on a Tron blue and black joint. The pictures don’t tell much, however an alleged release date for these is slated for June 1st.
Originally plying his trade as the co-creator of the Lineage Gallery in Philadelphia, Joshua Liner has opened the doors to his self-titled gallery in New York amidst a stellar all-star cast of artists. The always informative SuperTouch was on hand to provide a strong recap of an event including the likes of Futura, Mark Dean Veca, Crash One, Ron English, David Choong Lee, Greg Simkins and Stash. This debut exhibition will conclude on May 10th.
Joshua Liner Gallery – locked & loaded Inaugural Group Exhibition
548 W. 28th Street
New York NY 10001
An updated list of Medicom Toy’s collaboration and themed Bearbricks for the upcoming months have been unveiled. Comprising of five new styles, they include Tokidoki, Batman & Joker, Stussy Destiny Skullacons, Queen and Naruto. The releases dates for each Bearbrick are varied throughout the next few months.
One of Nike’s lesser seen silhouettes has recently received a new update coming on the heels of a revival that seems to be initiated by the likes of an upcoming Fragment Design. The Tennis Classic Velcro is highlighted by a premium material base, gum sole and suede highlights. Three colors are available for this updated classic. Available now at Shoeciety.
Colette was the setting for the debut of Etnies founder Pierre Andre Senizergues and Gil Le Bon de Lapointe’s Case Study Houses inspired Skate Study House project. The art and design driven exhibition highlighted a series of unconventional uses for skate related hardware. Los Angeles’ Blends will have the opportunity to exhibit the event on May 8th in a small gathering.
Skateboard is Design… – Skate Study House
May 8th, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
125 W. 4th St. #106
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Better pictures have surfaced of the “By Any Means” New Era from Supreme. Similar to the Harlem New Eras from past seasons, Supreme has taken the official Yankees MLB on-field baseball cap and added their own custom embroidery. The hat features an eye catching cursive font on the front of the hat as well as “Supreme Team” and “No Love” detailing on the back and sides respectively. The hat is already available at Amazingstore.