BBC x Palladium Boots
BBC or ‘Billionaire Boys Club’ collaborate with Palladium Boots this fall/winter to produce a set of camouflage boots. Featuring canvas uppers, rubber soles, and BBC logos on the tongues, they are nothing short of stylish and practical. Read more
As seen changing up their style over the past few seasons, streetwear staple brand Billionaire Boys Club presents a unique collaboration with designer Mark McNairy. The luxury capsule collection offers a little something for everybody and is titled the ‘Bee Line.’ Check out the preview below of the made in the USA outerwear, boots, shirts and more. Definitely something to stay excited about, stay tuned for more details.
With the London 2012 Olympics coming sooner than you think, London is starting to take shape for the world’s biggest sporting event. Bus-Tops is a digital art project already launched in London on the top of 30 shelters in 20 boroughs.
It is part of a wider programme of 12 public art commissions being rolled out around the country and in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Turner Prize nominated artist Mark Titchner is one of the first to have his work displayed – a series of inspirational commands and motivational challenges such as ‘Act or be Acted Upon’ and ‘If you don’t like your life, you can change it’.
Members of the public will also get the chance to have their work displayed, by creating it on the Bus-Tops website and submitting it to curators.
Mr Titchner’s contribution is based on a month-long self-improvement programme. There are 31 slogans which will be changed daily and he said the idea is to have very quick messages which people can carry with them on their journeys.
“They are really direct,” he told the BBC. “I’m quite interested in the way language can communicate meaning. In a way the slogans are entirely empty so they need people to actually apply them to their lives to really mean anything.”