Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Tuesday, May 29, 2007
In March 2005 Puma unveiled their Mongolian Shoe BBQ—an in-store sneaker customization experience where you pick out actual parts and they get shipped off and sewn in to shoes. I saw this for the first time yesterday at PUMA in Glasgow.
Now Puma is doing it again, this time with the RS-100, their 80s running shoe. And this time, in addition to being a touring, in-store experience, there's an online version. The site matches the original process of picking parts and laying them out on a tray, tightly maintaining the Mongolian BBQ metaphor. Though the process of picking colors and materials for over 20 different bits of the shoe is tedious, it's fun and thoughtful resulting in a more deliberate design. As you're building you can preview the shoe in a photorealistic viewer, then when you're done you get a full screen version to inspect.
Thursday, May 24, 2007
The World Tour Black Book is the final chapter in this years World Tour Project. The book is a collection of all the World Tour art released over the past year. The book is only available through Stussy Stores and online with Stussy Direct (and eBay!). Free with the book is the World Tour DVD, 16 short documentaries focusing on some of the artists who participated in the project.
I watched the DVD and had a flick through the book today and would recommend that you buy it now!
Thursday, May 17, 2007
Tuesday, May 08, 2007
Since 1989, the Obey street art campaign has become an important urban phenomenon, subconsciously touching those well aware of their environment. Through the vision of Shepard Fairey, Obey has evolved into one of the most controversial yet influential symbols of the 21st century. Derived from Andre the Giant, a pop-culture athlete in the eighties, the Obey icon has been bombed in developed and rural cities around the world. Tees, Polos, Shorts CD's & Accessories Now in Stock at FUSShop.co.uk
Monday, May 07, 2007
Saturday, May 05, 2007
Thursday, May 03, 2007
Wednesday, May 02, 2007
"I’ve always believed that it’s not the more you put out; it’s the quality. The perfect example is someone like Guy Mariano, he comes out with two tricks in a video and he’s the one that everyone talks about. I’ve always admired that kind of style, the person that knows the right stuff to put out that will get people psyched to skate."
Tuesday, May 01, 2007
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