Tuesday, 29 September 2009
DQM X NIKE DUNK HIGHS HYPERSTRIKE
Nike and DQM are dropping their first look at the exclusive Hyperstrike edition of the DQM Nike Dunk Highs. This never-released shoe is featured in all black. Limited to 24 pairs, these sneakers are pretty difficult to come across. Check out DQM for more details.
Posted by Fraser at 9/29/2009 09:41:00 am
Sunday, 27 September 2009
Diamond Supply Co.’s upcoming Holiday 2009 collection. For the Holiday ‘09 collection, you can catch the new coin pouch, Hall of Fame x Diamond Supply Co. New Era, and other great product and accessories.
Info: Diamond Supply Co.
Posted by Fraser at 9/27/2009 12:17:00 pm
Friday, 25 September 2009
Ecko hit us with the Star Wars Collection last year, now we have another costume-turned-apparel piece: the Halo 3: ODST Master Chief Hoodie. A perfect gift for your fellow gamer, an easy Halloween costume, or just a unique hoodie to break out on those special occasions.
Limited quantities. Available now through Ecko’s Online Store. $88
Posted by Fraser at 9/25/2009 04:15:00 pm
Over the past few months, Benny Gold has been giving us sneak previews of his upcoming socks. The Benny Gold Argyle socks will come in two colorways and will be available in the near future. Stay tuned as price and release date becomes available.
Info: Benny Gold
Posted by Fraser at 9/25/2009 12:10:00 pm
Thursday, 24 September 2009
Reminiscent of the J-Pack Dunk SB, Nike SB works up another rendition of the classic colorway, pairing Royal Blue suede uppers with Black accents and a White midsoles. Reverting back to some of their simple, classic motifs, this latest release makes its appearance for Nike SB’s latest string of footwear drops.
Posted by Fraser at 9/24/2009 11:36:00 am
Wednesday, 23 September 2009
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
Monday, 21 September 2009
Saturday, 19 September 2009
Wednesday, 16 September 2009
Tuesday, 15 September 2009
We never used to sell Respirators, until a few customers asked for them, got a few in and sold a few, got lots in and sold lots, and so on.
Now we decided to up the range and increase it by 4, the above one is a dullion, indeed it is.
£1 for the disposable baby up to £14 for the beast
Monday, 14 September 2009
Here is the latest release from the guys at Kid Robot, its the Dunny series 2009, lots of new artists on board and some absolute belters, like Gloomy, ah the list goes on, priced at a lovely £7 each and £150 for a complete case.
Can be bought here.
Sunday, 13 September 2009
POSCA pens are the tools used by Lunartik and many other Graffiti artists, we carry a pretty wide range from small 3mm pens up to the big 15mm ones.
Even carrying the sketch pens from teeny tiny to just teeny and tiny
Friday, 11 September 2009
Tuesday, 8 September 2009
Wednesday, 2 September 2009
After an initial teaser a couple of months ago the Bape Camo Side Chair is finally about to be released. The iconic chair design comes in three Bape camo colors – green, blue and pink. The chair is a collaboration with Modernica and will come to Bape stores from September 4th. The green colorway is a Bape exclusive and the blue and pink are exclusive to Modernica.
Posted by Fraser at 9/02/2009 11:35:00 am
Walk past this building most days on way to work and its kinda one of my favourite buildings, always been a fan of Alexander Greek Thomsons stuff, mone classical civilisation at uni and always like greek architecture.
Heres a snippet from an article in the telegraph, read the full thing here.
Tall, brooding, purposeless, a magnificent ruin for years - but that's enough about me. Today's building is what is left of the Caledonia Road United Presbyterian church in the Gorbals district of Glasgow, designed by Alexander "Greek" Thomson in the 1850s. "Greek" referred to his architectural preferences rather than his private life - he was an elder of the church, and a square-jawed paragon of Scots rectitude who thought arches were decadent.
Thomson belonged to a generation of designers across Europe who rejected the stark lucidity of Enlightenment classicism in favour of an informal, romantic and wildly eclectic style in which the prototypes of ancient Greece were spiced up with references to Hellenistic, Egyptian, Persian, Romanesque and even Hindu architecture ("Hindon't, I say," quipped Edwin Lutyens half a century later).
Thomson was in the right place at the right time: the pinnacle of Glasgow's commercial prosperity, a council determined to plan and regulate the booming city, a schismatic church looking to assert its identity with novel architectural forms. He built pretty villas for rich suburbanites, long terraces in the West End, grandiose commercial developments in the city centre and three fabulous, bizarre churches, only one of which still stands intact, glowering over the Clyde in St Vincent Street.
Klingatron is Glasgows very own Stencil artist, hes done shows wiht Mr Jago, Smug and a few others, his pieces are works of art and the effort he puts into them is unbelievable, check out his Youtube vids, the T's are made from the Hanes Beefy T, the heaviest Weight, best washing & fitting T ever invented, and for only £20 its the steal of the century.
Buy it HERE.