Speaking of things being blog worthy. The eff Soho artwork i did for the SS crew is getting a major buzz. It was just featured on gothamist.com noted as the “Anti-SoHo Sticker Brigade” peep it at http://gothamist.com/2008/07/28/antisoho_sticker_brigade.php
Tomorow Night Amanda Diva kicks off Spectrum Funk. It is going to be the jump off of her monthly show/art show. It is a must see. Hope to see you there. Artwork by Artek!
Heres a pic of LV and Sneaker Steve in front of there shoe at the LA DC store. The sneaker was a collaboration between Goliath and Sprint 2 Queens. It was true representation of New York with the rope chain laces and the Met/Knick colorways. Check it out on Hypebeast. http://hypebeast.com/page/2/
The original Obama Hope poster done by my idol Shepard Fairey was on a charity auction for the Russel Simmons Foundation and sold for $108,000. Now thats progress….
On the 3 train headed to work, I peeped this new Kanye add. At first I thought it was just some regular cheesy ad, but then when I started to read into it it, I knew Kanye had something up his sleeve. I didn’t have my camera so i stole this from the internet right after realizing it was a collaboration he did with Absolut. log on to bekanye.com and you to could be like Mr. West.
I usually don’t post anything I see on any other blogs but you have to give credit where its due. These pictures give new meaning to wheatpasting. Look at the scale and impact of the photos. This is a project by Tate Modern and street photographer JR. The project is called “Los Surcos de la Ciudad” (“The Grooves of the City” Thanks to supertouchart.com for putting me on.
Since the demand was so high. Its time we starting working on the Secret Society ladies line “society girl” Here’s is the new logo. Be on the lookout for the new shirts.
While flying back from L.A. I had five hours to kill on the plane trip and wanted to make use of my time so I decided to sketch out a set of flyers. I’m really proud of how they came out. Once upon a time I used to hand draw everything, but little by little the computer took over my artistic expression and now its time to bring it back.
After long awaited time, I’m proud to announce EVIDENT. The line will consist of one of a kind cut and sew pieces along with high end t-shirts. With a mixture of art and fashion the possibilities are endless. We will be launching the line this fall. Here is one of the first shirts that we printed out on one of the partners in the line Leo the Stylist.