With their initial series being a hit, Fatcaps are back. Featuring 17 new characters, this new set will surely be sold out quickly. Created by a team of all star graf artists, the reflection of their background is showcased literally, as the heads of all these personalities are shaped in the form of spray can caps. Complimentary to the 3 inch figures will be various accessories. Available in a limited run as a blind assortment release they will soon be available on Kidrobot’s website.
Famous London street artist, the Decapitator, is on the move again. The Decapitator is known for removing the heads of people in various advertisements including newspapers and billboards. And it seems that this time Sarah Jessica Parker falls victim to the Decapitator’s signature murdering style, as she poses headless on a Sex and the City billboard on the streets of London.
Freshjive started by Rick Klotz back in 1989 could be considered as one of the brands that started the whole Streetwear movement which encompasses elements from hip hop, punk, surf, skate and art. Here is Freshjive’s 2008 Summer Collection dubbed “Fairfax” which is the area in Los Angeles where all the Streetwear stores are located. You can check out the collection after the jump.
Nevermind, a new brand from New Zealand started by Adam Bryce and Fergadelic, has just released their very first tee. Designed by Fergadelic, the tee features a big graphic of a person ripping off his shirt to reveal four bright colored zigzags. It also has the name of the shirt, Smash Babylon Mind Control, printed on the back. A very nice, eye-catching design for a first release. Now available at We Sold Out.
Skateboarding footwear company, Supra, just recently came out with some new shoes, the Supra Tuf. The Supra Tuf comes in all black and as the name sounds, it was designed to last. It was built with advanced abrasion and weather resistant materials that provide the most durability and skatebility. If you’re always wearing out your shoes, be sure to grab a pair when the full collection becomes available on June 1.
Since 1917 to the present day, Converse has witnessed numerous cultural revolutions. From the popularity of Negro League teams in the 20s and 30s to being a mainstay in the Rock & Roll and basketball scene, Converse has held down a solid presence across various arenas. More then 30 years ago, basketball received a boost to free itself from its then stagnation. Short shorts, knee high socks, big hair and the Converse Pro Leather would become a uniform for style and innovation on the courts. To commemorate the Pro Leather’s place in basketball and Converse history, the brand has reissued a perfect 1976 replica of the original in five different styles in low and high top versions. Alongside the sneakers are a pack of complimentary items including the aforementioned knee high socks, sunglasses and vintage wash t-shirt.