In conjunction with the debut of their first magazine, N. Hoolywood has released a special commemorative box-set. For a brand focused on Americana and the exploits of past generation, the magazine’s aesthetic is very reminiscent of an old style newspaper. The package also includes a t-shirt and two iron-on patches.
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While worldwide crackdowns on graffiti are coming down hard and fast, 10.Deep together with Sasha Jenkins and artist Chino BYI have taken a trip down memory lane in remembering the past in a compilation of sketches from some of the world’s most critically acclaimed artists. The book, Piecebook: The Secret Drawings of Graffiti Writers will also feature sketches on display starting Thursday, June 12th at a special gallery showing accompanying the book’s release. A special event book package will be on sale featuring a copy of the book alongside a special t-shirt and sharpie with a further online release set to take place at 10.Deep on Friday at 12:00 pm New York time.
Although the H574 in its own regard has been designated as New Balance’s lifestyle hiking style with its higher then average cut, Japanese brand Victim has taken this concept a step further with their H574 team-up. The all-leather upper features metal lace holes to further accentuate the look. Available now at unbar.jp.
Staple’s 3rd series of releases have just been unveiled. Heavily rooted in the conceptual aspect of design, the t-shirts are a return to Staple’s theme regarding “Education”. The collection includes highlights such as a further DJ Muro collaboration as well as To Kill a Mockingbird effort with the book’s author Harper Lee. To compliment the t-shirt line is also the addition of a solid cut & sew program involving various button-up shirts and water resistant jackets/shorts. Available now at Reed Space, however fully expect this collection to be available at select Staple retailers very soon.
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One can’t imagine what sort of memorabilia and products are associated with a brand with 100 years of history like Converse. As 2008 marks their centennial year, Converse’s New York office has been transformed into a time capsule as eras along the way are documented via pictures and Converse artifacts. Although there’s little chance to ever hit up the Converse office, the mini-exhibition is interesting nonetheless.
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