Our latest set of streetsnaps sees HYPEBEAST JAPAN capture seminal figure Leo Fitzpatrick. The actor, artist and skateboarder — who received his big break in the controversial film Kids – recently visited Japan as curator for JOURNAL STANDARD’s 20th anniversary exhibition, focusing on the work of director Larry Clark .
While Fitzpatrick has remained connected to Clark over the years, the New Jersey-born polymath has consistently bounced between art and acting. After the release of Kids, Fitzpatrick moved to London to focus solely on his art, returning to acting years later with a recurring role in The Wire – followed by parts in Sons of Anarchy and Broad City.
Take a look through the gallery above to view his style. When you’re done, taking a look at the Kids-themed clothing collection that brought Fitzpatrick to Japan.
- HYPEBEAST JP