One of Brooklyn’s best keep secrets is fresh Art Mastermind Roosevelt Hewitt known as “XVI”, has been the great design behind many of the industries top Branding in art. This Brooklyn native is known in the Art World for his extremely great Pieces of Inspirational art. Read more
The subject is nothing new: Statements that denounce today’s hip hop music as being soulless, mindless, and shallow are sentiments that are shared daily on message boards, social media networks, and the comments section of Youtube videos. Still, it’s not a topic that today’s musicians often comment on publicly, generally speaking. Read more
With a lot of hype around this brand I wouldn’t expect a female to be in the mist, at least I’m sure a lot of people thought that. With Wale and Polo Kerber sporting the items, more then 10,000 likes on Facebook, a great fan base and customers ordering a piece every second the gorgeous Rashida Mona is behind it all. Can we finally say “Who run the world? Girls!” Read more
August’s edition of Harper’s Bazaar features one of the biggest pop stars of this generation. Rihanna graces the cover and in the pages to follow opens up to columnist Laura Brown about everything from her conservative love life to her now flat cake. Read more
I found this rather hilarious, & thought it was worth a share. Seeing as the OF hype doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon, BBC Newsnight sat down with a few members of OF (including Tyler) to discuss their antics on their trip around Britain.
The interviews touch on typical topics such as their explicit lyrics, but wait for the presenter's entrance into one of their pop-up shops & see his reaction.
I wouldn't say the OF obsession is as ripe over here in the UK, so I thought it was rather interesting that the BBC of all people set up an interview with them.
Either way, check it out above & let us know what you think in the comments!
After seeing appearances of KidSuper clothing from Mac Miller, Billboard and Karmaloop.com this brand is moving its way up in the street culture world pretty quickly! The young designer Colm takes a moment out to tell us about the brand- high school days, blowjobs and going to clubs in sweat pants… Read more
The Stussy Spring 2012 collection includes a series of t-shirts by Dutch artist Parra. Parra is best known for his curved post-Pop imagery, highly saturated colors, vibrant hand-drawn letters and worlds inhabited by hybrid, surreal characters. Celebrated by galleries and championed by an underground following from the outset, Parra has quickly become a respected and eclectic artist worldwide. Working across drawing, painting, animation and sculpture, Parra creates an enigmatic and instantly recognizable style that defies easy categorization. Parra is co-founder of cult apparel label Rockwell Clothing and a member of electronic music collective Le Le. Check out this interview with Parra from his Amsterdam studio.
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An in-depth interview of the upcoming Citizen Eco-Drive Ring by its lead by Designer, Benjamin Cheng from Hong Kong, highlighting the depth and dimension of the dial and moonphase indicator. A must have for Citizen collectors, a modern version of haute horlogerie that will blow your mind in terms of artistry and technical prowess.
Citizen fans are sure to know that the concept introduced back in 2009, the Citizen Eco-Drive Ring will be released soon. February 8, 2012 to be exact. The model will probably be Citizen very own Haute Horlogerie to the Eco-Drive concept. Combining technological innovation with a design that could make any other mechanical watch a run for its money. As with all Eco-Drive watches, the Ring is solar powered and is actively charge from the perimeter of case itself rather than the conventional dial, resulting to a larger dimension of 44.4 mm in diameter and a thickness of 15.8 mm. The three-dimensional dial is also one of the main reason for a rather thick case, but the artistry and details of the piece is surely top notch. The piece will only be limited to 250 and will probably sell in Japan for roughly around 390,000 Yen.
Last week, I had the opportunity to sit down with Garrett Perry, an upcoming Minneapolis-based artist who is starting to make waves in the world of art. As I milled around the Perry Studios, I pitched Garrett some questions regarding his art, his life, and everything in between. Which, as it turns out, is a whole lot of fun. Below is most of the interview. Read more
Aaron Rose has played a pivotal role influencing and encouraging many of the leading names in the art world as we know it. Having worked on many mediums since being a co-founder of the highly coveted Alleged Gallery, Aaron has gone on to play a pivotal role in the Beautiful Losers initiative along with much more.
His latest project, a book entitled Collage Culture excites the eye and makes for a compelling publication. POST NEW have interviewed the man about his background and also feature a video made by Aaron Rose for POST NEW to explain Collage Culture.