Take a Look Inside the adidas x BEYOND THE STREETS Event

Ahead of the upcoming clothing capsule between the 2 entities.

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adidas Skateboarding and BEYOND THE STREETS have teamed up once more, this time to create this installation curated by Roger Gastman. The space had a recreation of the iconic Venice Pavilion landmark, which was fully skate able. Elsewhere there was site-specific exhibits that were curated by local L.A. graffiti legend RISK and talks given by the likes of Shepard Fairey.

Last week the two companies announced their upcoming MARK MAKER / RULE BREAKER collection, which will be exclusive to the BTS gift shop. The range was inspired by the pillars of graffiti and skate and included custom tees, tote bags, pins and skateboard decks. Artists that took part in the range included STAY HIGH 149, Martha Cooper, KC Ortiz, Kristofferson San Pablo, and Jason Revok and all proceeds go directly to STOKED mentoring.

In related news, adidas Skateboarding recently introduced the goalkeeper-inspired “Skate Copa” jersey pack.

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