This month we are giving away a couple of amazing three-packs from Kuwalla Tee. Kuwalla Tees are fashioned with the finest raw materials to give you that ridiculous softness and lasting comfort. You no longer have to suffer cheap t-shirts that quickly lose their color and form. Further more, the t-shirts are packaged in salvaged material from the production of the shirts so that you can feel the material that is used. And if that is not enough, 1% of sales are donated to an environmental charity.
We've been fans of COMUИE since its inception, and although the guys have been able to sport the line, the ladies have been adoring from the sidelines. But not for long. Soon women will be able to embrace COMUИE with its first womenswear collection launching this fall.
For the holiday season, we are giving away a pair of men's jeans by gsus. Yeah, yeah, the irony is not lost on us. Every gsus product combines craftsmanship and intuition, precision and free association. This brand encompasses the true "ying and yang" of fashion. Want to win this heavenly pair of jeans? Tell us why they should be yours in the comments below. Good luck!
Judson Beaumont, of Vancouver's Straight Lines Design, has created these amazing stools and tables out of trees. Tree Rings are created using split Pine Beetle wood, which is then covered with a colored resin top. During the day, they look like a regular stump table, but at night, they become illuminated with light glowing through the resin, showing of the ring pattern.
Korean born artist, Koo Jeong A, collaborated with Belgian architect firm, L'escaut, to create an art installation composed of different bowls, a cradle and a tunnel, that also doubles as a skatepark. Located on Vassivière Island in France, the installation titled OTRO, is a daring skateable artwork that glows-in-the-dark. Koo Jeong A invites novices and experts to share the physical and sensory experience of her work by “skating the landscape” 24 hours a day.
For the launch of their Citiscape range of new street style headphones, Philips asked renowned French urban artist, graphicist, illustrator, and rapper Grems to etch three limited addition collector’s box sets to house them. Not content with tickling your proverbial visual taste buds, they asked NYC’s own electro maestro Machinedrum, a.k.a. Travis Stewart, founder of the Merck label, to pen three exclusive tracks to go alongside.
Liberty of London x Doc Martens collaboration
Wild Nature, the collabo between two of Britain’s beloved and quintessential fashion institutions not only marks the Olympics, but does it in a style that we really love. Available worldwide at Doc Martens stores, it takes the classic boot and adds Liberty’s trademark refined style to their rebellious reputation with an eighties floral twist. Quite literally a walking paradox. Grab a pair, as well as exclusively designed leather satchels, from June 1st.
Pennysmash | Launched in Toronto, and expanded to Vancouver, this is an artistic project that is not only awesome, but also gives back to the creative community. A souvenir project involving amazing artists Ken Lum, Ian Grais, Jerszy Seymour and Natalie Purschwitz, it takes your every day pennies, puts them through the PennySmash machine, and turns them into works of art, all for only $2.01. So take all those sad pennies, unsure of what to do with their lives now they have been deemed worthless, and give them new direction.
To celebrate the launch of their Summer 2012 footwear capsule, Stussy and Converse linked in with Hanni El Khatib, who we interviewed a while back, and he is featured in this short film. Read the interview with Hanni El Khatib here
Thank you for an awesome interview! It was very good and absolutely needed. I've missed The Radio Dept. I remembering standing a bit up from the scene where they were playing in Arvikafestivalen 2003, I was 18. Every Radio Dept song was like the best sex, most profound political stance and pride. I am from Karlstad, Sweden.
Jag älskar er, Radio Dept! Tack för alla åren och tack som fan för detta!