Alife has teamed up with PARRA/Rockwell Clothing and famous Dutch sneaker spot Patta to create the Everybody Mid Rap. Utilizing the flagship Everybody Mid, the sneaker is full of details from the perforated leather to clear soles. The collaboration effort also features a special box and t-shirt. Patta will see a release first on April 29th, while Alife stores around the world will have a chance to cop on May 3rd.
As part of the Stussy x Medicom Toy Destiny collection of Bearbricks comes a set of 100% Bearbricks. The 5 pack each features varying imagery taken from the Stussy Destiny collection inspired in part by graffiti artist Futura. The set is available now at select Bearbrick dealers.
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American painter Thaddeus Strode has teamed up with Mekanism in a special art project. Strode was given full creative control in executing his well known styles and aesthetics which draw inspiration from the likes of rock music, comics, surfing and literature in a hard to describe yet cohesive theme. The collection of decks will be exhibited from May 2nd to May 4th at Berlin’s Charlottenstrasse 2.
Hiroshi Fujiwara has posted up a video of his performance from last year’s FIL 1st Anniversary celebration which also include DSK and Ino Hidefumi. The video as well as mp3’s of the performance are now available on iTunes Japan. Aside from HF’s well known ability to design, he doesn’t seem out of place with a guitar albeit in a style that is outside the realm of most readers.
A comprehensive look into Original Fake’s 2nd anniversary collection has been released. No stranger to big time collaborations, the items include a t-shirt with Kate Moss and Supreme, a Ballistic V-Bag with Visvim, denim with Levi’s and frames with Stussy. Each product is not without Original Fake’s strong branding including Chomper and Bendy designs.
A look into the second drop from the Stussy Customade Our Gangs series has been launched. The premise itself of the Customade Our Gangs is the involvement of some big time artists as they offer their trademark designs in a Stussy format themed around gangs. This capsule includes Mister Cartoon, Gary Panter and John Pound as contributors.